Christian singer/songwriter Brian Allen, whose More Than Conquerors Ministries was spawned by his personal story involving addiction, imprisonment and salvation, will appear on Cornerstone Television Network’s popular show “Real Life 360” and its flagship series “Real Life” on June 21. In addition to sharing his testimony, Allen will perform his current single, “Greater Is Your Name” and other music from his upcoming album, “Magnificent,” set for a May 27 release. Jessica Smith, a member of the More Than Conquerors Band, is scheduled to appear on the Cornerstone shows with Allen.
“We are honored to be on the Cornerstone Television Network,” Allen said. “It is our hope and prayer that our music and testimony of God’s grace and forgiveness will touch many lives with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.”
Cornerstone Television Network, the first Christian TV network, launched 35 years ago and now airs programming to more than 5.8 million viewers worldwide. Allen’s appearance on “Real Life” and “Real Life 360” can be viewed live, online or on a broadcast station across North America. Visit the show’s website for air dates, times and channels in various cities.
Allen, who grew up in a Christian home with a father who was a pastor for 4o years, became addicted to drugs, a path that led to a four-and-half-year prison sentence for domestic drug trafficking. While in prison, Allen was saved and, upon his release, finished a Bachelor of Bible Theology degree from Lancaster Bible College. As a full-time pastor, Allen began More Than Conquerors Ministries, which includes Allen performing his original music, leading worship and delivering a message. The ministry currently maintains a full schedule of bookings that includes churches, men’s conferences, youth rallies and jails and prisons.
“God is using the ministry to touch many lives,” Allen said. “My heart’s desire is to reach the lost and tell the world about Jesus.”
“Greater Is Your Name,” which hit No. 1 on independent Christian radio charts, follows the chart success of “Your Love” and “Not On My Own,” which charted at No. 1 and No. 2, respectively.