A few months ago I did a stupid thing: I submitted a proposal to give a TEDx talk. About Jesus.
And the conference organizers did an even stupider thing: they accepted it.
It’s a strange thing to get up on a secular stage, alongside people talking about work-life balance and sports ethics and preach the Gospel. It felt scandalous. Kind of inappropriate. The conference organizers assured me. “It will be controversial,” they said, “but in a good way.”
I knew I couldn’t pretend to be an expert and get away with it, so I did the only thing I could: I spoke from my heart.
Here it is.
I want this to start a conversation. Let’s start here: what in this talk rings true for you? And what do you wish I had said?
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