Brad Brown is an internationally known Christian magician who combines his side-splitting comedy and mind-blowing magic to engage and entertain audiences while clearly presenting gospel truth. Based out of Northern Kentucky, he delights audiences across the country and around the world. Now you can bring this inspirational fun to your church, camp, conference, or other Christian organization.
Brad’s unique style allows him to connect with people of all ages. With Brad, your group will laugh, clap and be actively involved in making the magic happen. More importantly, he uses illusion and sleight of hand to present the powerful truth of the Gospel in a clear, simple way. He doesn’t have a “one size fits all” program. Instead, he tailors both the magic and the message to fit the needs of your event.
What is a Christian Magician?
Glad you asked! Theatrical magic is defined as “the art of using natural causes, whose operation is secret, to produce surprising results.” So, a magician is an entertainer who utilizes physics, chemistry, psychology, misdirection and so forth to engage audiences and produce a sense of wonder. A “Christian magician” simply uses this art form as a ministry. This can look very different from one show to the next, though. Depending on the needs of the event, this could mean presenting the Gospel, illustrating a biblical message, or just providing good clean fun.
Is there a difference between a Christian Magician and a Christian Illusionist?
Whichever label you use before the event, in the end, your group will likely use labels like amazing, fun, and hilarious.
In the field of magic, the term illusionist refers to an entertainer who presents large effects, generally involving people or large animals. However, in common usage, most people use magician and illusionist interchangeably. Technically, magic is the more correct term for much of what Brad does, though some routines could be considered illusions. What’s important is Brad’s ability to entertain and engage audiences small or large. So, whichever label you use before the event, in the end, your group will likely use labels like amazing, fun, and hilarious.