Former NFL star Tim Tebow has urged thousands of teens gathered virtually at the Passion 2021 Conference to “take a stand and be a fighter” for Jesus during these turbulent times.
“We’ve heard the harvest is plentiful but the laborers are few,” the 33-year-old Christian sportsman said Thursday. “We have hundreds of thousands of people watching from around the world. We could change that. Could you imagine if we said yes to being a laborer for Jesus? To being a worker for Jesus? The laborers don’t have to be a few anymore.”
Tebow referenced John 16:33, where, Jesus says, “I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.”
“We need to rally. All the people that believe in good versus evil need to step up and stand on the line and say, ‘No longer on our watch,’” Tebow told the teens who tuned into the live stream.
He then invited the audience to take a stand, saying “Will you take a stand? Will you be a laborer? Will you be a fighter for Jesus?”