Contact: Steve Feazel, 740 507-7987, firstname.lastname@example.org
GAMBIER, Ohio, June 25, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- As a pastor, Steve Feazel started two churches and spent 18 years total in the pastorate. His service as a staff member and professor at a Christian college along with experience in para-church organizations has totaled to over 35 years of Christian ministry. His denomination may list him in retired status, but he does not to want to participate. Rev. Feazel now pursues new paths of Christian service. He is a standup, Christian comedian, who performs a routine on relationships, which features the battle of the sexes and ends on a strong spiritual note with man's relationship to God. Some churches have successfully used his comedy in a worship service. His website is www.stevefeazel.com.
He has performed his comedy in 12 denominations and on many college campuses. Feazel was one of the creators and producers of the Christian TV comedy show, Bananas. He is a sought after speaker at church banquets and marriage enrichment retreats. He states, "My life is a sitcom and I can't change the channel."
His second ministry path is in a more serious vain. He is a writer and producer of award winning Christian documentaries. His first film is Every Young Man's Battle, based on the book by the same name. The topic deals with the dangers of pornography. Feazel shows the film in churches and on college campuses and presents Power Point seminars related to the film. He is a writer and producer of the film, Yellow Roses, which focuses on the problem young females have in coping with today's sensual culture and maintaining sexual integrity.
His most recent film is A Voice for Life that looks at the abortion issue through the eyes of abortion survivor, Melissa Ohden whose story has been featured on Focus on the Family and Fox News. See the website www.avoiceforlife.com. Feazel believes that people do not choose to read often, especially young people, and that film is an effective way to communicate the Christian message. He regards film as the new "missionary" to America.
Rev. Feazel is available for comedy or to show any of his films, or all of them in a special film festival at churches and colleges. He has appeared on talk shows across the nation providing insight on his unique ministries in his so called retirement years.