Adult, College, Family, High School, Men
Campus Entertainment, Convocations, Volunteer Appreciation Events
Speaker and Christian Comedian
You’re not imagining things. Yes, Christian comedian Jaron Myers does look familiar. You may be one of the 60 Million people who have seen him on Amazon Prime or watched his hilarious videos. Does the “My Pleasure” Chick-fil-A video ring a bell? Jaron entertains over 100,000 online followers. He has been featured by national media outlets such as Buzzfeed, College Humor, Newsweek, Bored Panda, and more. Yet, despite his huge following, his heart is to embrace those that are inside and outside the Church. His hope is to share the love of Jesus through his journey of faith while providing laughter at live events around the country.
Since 2014, he has traveled all over the country performing for groups large and small. He is most often asked to perform for Date Nights, Volunteer Appreciation Events, Fundraisers, Conferences, or High School or College events. Jaron is always able to entertain everyone in the room, young and old. Jaron’s show is high energy and full of hilarious stories that draw the audience in. His humor and inspiration messages break down walls and make room for an authentic, vulnerable conversation about Jesus.
“I’m not a typical Christian comedian,”
Jaron explains, “my show as well as my social media is designed to be funny and engaging for a believer and a non-believer. My hope is that my show can be a bridge-building opportunity for a church to welcome in their community to laugh hard and hear a message of hope.”
Jaron understands the local church and speaks from experience. He served on a staff at a large evangelical church in Springfield, Missouri, for five years. He knows the needs of the church and how to effectively communicate a Gospel message when asked. “As I was creating messages for students week in and week out for years, I began to realize I had a special gift of both comedy and communication. It is exciting to know that I can use this gift to help churches reach out to and love the unchurched.”
Jaron currently lives in Kansas City, Missouri, where he spends his days sitting at Starbucks, photoshopping new content, making podcasts and listening to people share their pyramid schemes at the table behind him.