“The point of what I want to do, and why I applied in the first place, is to say: here’s what a credible Christian voice is in the media. This is what motivates us. This is why we take the positions that we take. It’s not for the reasons that you ascribe to us, it’s actually for other reasons, because of the great love of Jesus shown to us. So it’d be great if I could have a chance to talk about what love is.”
David says he’s been meditating on a particular Bible verse in the lead-up to his appearance on The Project: “Be wise in the way you act toward outsiders; make the most of every opportunity. Let your conversation be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone.” Colossians 4:5-6.
“If I get a chance to tell people what the gospel is, I’ll be ecstatic. And if I have an opportunity to have a bit of fun as well, that’ll be ok with me.”
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“Blink and you miss it”
Well it’s over. I unfortunately I didn’t manage tune in right from the start but it did go as I thought it would. The show had it all scheduled and timed so that you didn’t get a chance to say much.
I used to be a Singer and performed for years on stage. The whole preparation to go on stage seems to go by slowly and takes forever. Rhersals of course were long because you repeated your part over and over again until you got it right. On the night you no longer have walked out on stage and you are finding that you are walking off again.
I didn’t want to spoil your fun sharing my past experience with you.
You need to have your own regular weekly half hour show as does Andrew Bolt if you actually want to be heard. A few fleeting mins along with four other panelists on one night barely gave you enough time to say anything significant. No matter. It was all a bit of fun. I hope you enjoyed it.
I found a repeat of the show plays later tonight, I’ve got it on to record. So I will get to see the whole thing from start to finish.