Comedian Michael Jr. has a strict discipline to his comedy routine. It must be clean enough that he could say it behind a pulpit, and yet it must be funny enough it could be said in a club. Michael shares how he came to Christ.
How can one man be equally at home in the heartland and the inner city, churches and prisons, corporate events and youth rallies? Michael Jr. calls it comedy accountability.
“If I’m in a club, my material has to be clean enough to work in a church. If I’m in a pulpit, it has to be funny enough to work in a club.”