Kerri Pomarolli has been seen on The Tonight Show over 29 times, Lifetime TV, Showbiz
Tonight, and Comedy Central to name a few. She’s currently on the hit show “Mom’s Night Out ”
on Nick at Night and has headlined such prestigious events such as the Grand Old Opry and Glen
Beck’s Restoring Love Conference with over 300,000 in attendance. Her latest book for singles ”
Guys Like Girls Named Jennie” may be turned in a motion picture soon. She’s a Hollywood
Evangelist and has sell out crowds nationwide.
Kerri often performs with her comedian husband Ron McGeehee.
“How to Fight for Your Marriage and Win-And it’s not Fair”- This is a lot
about our personal struggles in marriage as two Hollywood Christian personalities
and how spiritual warfare tried to cause division between us in very serious ways. I
had to get a strategy on what was going to make a difference and how we together
would overcome. Ron gives his perspective and I give mine. We realize the enemy
doesn’t fight fair. So we have to be strategic at our game and conquer all of his
weapons. We don’t fight fair either, we have things we learned right from God and
we will have victory.
We also do break out sessions for women and men separately as well. We do
interactive activities and get the couples involved in their “own fight” to win!
In this session we share the secret weapon God revealed to us that will win every
time over every power or darkness..it’s the one thing the enemy can’t fight!
“Two Comics Walk Into a Church” Laughter Does a Marriage Good – This is
one of our lighter presentations using a lot of humor on everyday topics of
marriage to chores, snoring, children, pregnancy etc. If the client wants then we
and go into more of our ministry at the end.
“When it Stops Being Funny” – We both openly talk about Ron’s journey with
depression/bi polar disorder and how a spouse can be deeply affected by this. What
do you do when you feel helpless to help your spouse battle? How does God come
through? Will HE?
How can the spouse fight when it seems like a hopeless situation? What about
addiction or other unexpected pit falls?? How far are you supposed to go to honor
“for better and for worse? “When is it okay not to forgive? Ron has an amazing
powerful story of his diagnosis and victory over depression and both of our life