Al presents one-person performances and lectures for churches, colleges, seminaries and conferences throughout the world.
Al's performances and lectures are utilized for spiritual formation emphasis, theological lectureships, theologian-in-residencies, chapels, retreats, theology and the arts events and peace and justice conferences.
His Laughter for Life program focuses on the spiritual, emotional and physical benefits of humor and features his numerous comedic impersonations including: Paul Lynde, Jerry Lewis, Gomer Pyle, George Burns, Jonathan Winters, Frankie Fontaine (Crazy Guggenheim), Rodney Dangerfield, Redd Foxx, Red Skelton, Robin Williams, Flip Wilson as Geraldine, Willie Nelson, Jim Varney (Ernest) as well as impressions of Bill Clinton, George H. and George W. Bush, Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan.
A One-Person Play Adapted and Performed by Al Staggs brings the life of one of the great heroes of the twentieth century to the stage. The audience is brought into the prison cell where Bonhoeffer awaits execution and listens to his struggles with evil, injustice, and God.
Clarence Jordan was a farmer, Baptist minister and biblical scholar who, in 1942, founded the interracial community of Koinonia ins south Georgia. Jordan’s life and theology were a radical embodiment of the teachings of Jesus, especially those from the Sermon on the Mount.