December 3, 2022 7:00 pm


2200 North Main Street Crown Point, IN


Patriotism, Faith, and Laughter! Join us for a night of comedy featuring God's Comic: Brad Stine! Clean, clever, and you'll love it! About this event Bring the family out for a night of inspiration and laughs...or make it a date night! Brad Stine has been on all the big stages around the country and the world and has been referred to as "God's Comic" because of his deep faith and commitment to Christianity and is known for clean and clever fun. He has been doing comedy for many years in a wide variety of settings...and on some of the biggest stages. Brad has appeared in a several films and video productions and has authored several books. A true comedy veteran and legend. We are VERY excited to bring him to Northwest Indiana! Doors open at 6:30 PM. Event starts @ 7:00. VIP seating available! Comedic Style: Stine's style has been described by Newsweek as "conservative " with a "rat-a-tat delivery" and by The New Yorker as "frantic," "conservative," and "ADHD," with echoes of Robin Williams, Sam Kinison, Bill Hicks, George Carlin, and Alan Keyes." However, unlike these and a lot of other comedians, Stine does not use profanity or sexual humor because of his conservative Christian faith. He has been described as "a clean Denis Leary" and his material targets "liberals, humanists, political correctness and judgmental Christians." Stine admits that much of his more extreme material is facetious and satirical, using ridiculous scenarios to make a finer point. Major appearances: Stine has appeared on several stand-up comedy shows, such as A&E’s Evening at the Improv and MTV's Half Hour Comedy Hour, and has appeared on news programs such as Fox News' Hannity & Colmes, CNN's Paula Zahn NOW and Glenn Beck, and the NBC Nightly News. Stine has also been interviewed on National Public Radio and has been featured on and in Newsweek, the New Yorker, USA Today, and several other newspapers nationwide. He was a featured performer for Promise Keepers in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007 and once again in 2012 and also in 2014 . Also in 2004, he performed for "R: the Party," a party hosted by Jenna and Barbara Bush during the conservative Republican National Convention in New York City. Stine has also appeared with Go Fish for the song Christmas with a Capital "C", which disparages the inclusive term "happy holidays" and supports the use of the term "Merry Christmas." GodMen: Inspired by author David Murrow, Stine founded GodMen, a proposed alternative to Promise Keepers that emphasizes "spiritual conservatism". GodMen's inaugural event was held on October 28, 2006, in Nashville, Tennessee. Find out more at bradstine.comEvent Cost 25

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