Evangelist Franklin Graham opened his speech at Southeastern University on Wednesday by saying he isn’t good at being politically correct.
But he later said that Christian leaders shouldn’t worry about being politically correct or offending others when it comes to espousing their beliefs.
“Our world needs leadership,” said Graham, the son of famous evangelist Billy Graham, during Southeastern’s fifth annual National Leadership Forum. “You want to be a leader? You just take God’s word and apply it to your life and live it every day.”