Brad Brown, an internationally famous Christian magician, will perform a benefit show to support tornado relief efforts in Dayton.
Magic will fill the air in an attempt to bring healing to the areas affected by the Memorial Day tornadoes as Christian Magician Brad Brown is scheduled to perform a benefit show on Saturday, September 28 at the Vandalia-Butler High School. An acclaimed illusionist, Brown has performed all across the country, and the world, entertaining audiences of every age group.
Admission for the event is by donation, and all proceeds will go towards the relief efforts. “We wanted to make it easy and affordable for people to come and enjoy themselves, even if they are struggling financially due to the destruction. At the same time, we want those who can to give generously to help our neighbors,” said Brown.
The purpose of Brown’s tricks go beyond making the audience say ‘Wow,’ but to present them with the teachings of Christ. Brown’s ministry of magic started when he was just in the seventh grade and has continue to expand over the years. With a master’s degree in Theological Studies from Liberty University, he now works full time as a Christian entertainer partnering with churches, camps, conferences and other Christian organizations across the country.
The September 28 performance is made possible due to a partnership with the St. Paul Lutheran Church. For tickets, follow the link below.
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