After taping a recent episode of Family Feud, Steve Harvey decided to give the audience a sermon on pursuing the gifts God blessed us with and the importance of relying on God in challenging times.
The 58-year-old challenged media’s liberal bias when he shared his religious message to the Family Feud audience.
His wise words on taking chances and living life to the fullest with God by your side left the audience cheering. I can’t pick a favorite part of this video because the entire sermon was just so powerful – and it kept getting better and better as each second passed.
Harvey knows a thing or two about “jumping”… Before becoming the legend he is today, Harvey spent his early twenties experimenting with all kinds of jobs: postman, insurance salesman, and even a wannabe professional boxer. It wasn’t until 1985 that Harvey found his true calling while performing standup comedy for the first time. After several years of performing in small comedy clubs, Harvey finally got the breakthrough he needed as a finalist for the Second Annual Johnnie Walker National Comedy Search in 1989. From there he got several hosting gigs, eventually his own TV show, and the rest is history.
After I tape an episode at Family Feud I spend a few more minutes with the audience. I talk about jumping.
Posted by Steve Harvey on Wednesday, January 13, 2016