ABOUT THE SHOW
Being vulnerable is scary. There are topics in our lives we feel like we can't be honest about. It could be about our feelings, doubts, our past, or our sin. We think these topics are black holes and if they ever got out they would destroy everything.
In this show Taylor uses his own hilarious and embarrassing stories to open up and be vulnerable with the audience.
Taylor ends with a message about how little power these black holes actually have. There's nothing we could confess to Christ that would make him change his mind about us.
It's a show that promotes confession and community and it can be the perfect fit for your next outreach.
BRINGING THE SHOW TO YOUR COMMUNITY
Taylor's new show is a perfect fit for your church, conference, or college. There are two ways to schedule it.
+ ONE NIGHT EVENT
Have the show be a part of your regularly scheduled church service or make it a special event on the weekend. The whole show lasts 60 minutes, including all of the comedy, the messsage, and a time for response.
+ THREE NIGHT EVENT (MOST EFFECTIVE)
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Preaching during your regularly scheduled service. Share my heart, get the church excited for the outreach, get them to trust me with their friends and family.
THURSDAY NIGHT: Since the show is about confession, I love training leaders/pastors/volunteers/parents on how to navigate those tough conversations when someone is opening up for the first time. What do we say? What don't we say? How do we follow up?
FRIDAY NIGHT: We pack the church with everyone we know and spend an hour laughing at my embarrassing stories. The show is 45-50 minutes of comedy and 15-20 minutes for the gospel and the chance for people to respond.