BROTHER MARLON is the Program Director of Sheridan Gospel Network and host of The Brother Marlon Show heard nationally on stations coast to coast Monday-Saturday.

He is a husband, father, and ordained Minister. In 2017, he celebrates 25 years in radio. His career began in 1992 on then station WXJX, the college radio station of Washington & Jefferson College. He interned at WAMO in 1994, and his career launched from there. He was known then as Sean Richards. He hosted a variety of shows including The Breakfast Jam, The Quiet Storm, and Club 106.

During the 25, years the voice has been the same but the mission has changed. The Lord got a hold of Brother Marlon’s life in 1997, thus beginning his radio ministry. He is serious about the things of God and uses his gifts and abilities for the extension of the kingdom of God. His energetic style and sincere heart for God and his people cause many to see the light of Christ in the Earth. He believes people should strive for the blessing of God which comes through a true relationship with our source and our provider, Jesus Christ. God has called him for such a time as this to be an effective answer in the Earth and to be a voice. His favorite passage of scripture is Psalm 34:1, he believes that should be the attitude of every believer!

Brother Marlon returned to the Sheridan family in 2011 to work with Sheridan Gospel Network as a producer and assistant to then Program Director Michael Gamble. In 2014, the Lord enlarged his territory again by opening up an opportunity for Brother Marlon to be heard nationwide with his own syndicated radio show on the Sheridan Gospel Network along with being the Music Director. Now he shares, “Inspiration, Laughter, and Praise” 7 days a week to the nations, “To God Be the Glory!” He was promoted again in 2017 to Program Director and is running with the vision God gave him for inspiration over the airwaves.

He is the son of Ercell and the late Douglas Martin. He is married to Ellise Martin. And the father of Marlon, II; Jason; Ephraim; and Caleb Martin.