Tim Tebow is taking his talents to Georgetown, Texas.
That's where the new Jets quarterback will deliver an Easter sermon before an estimated crowd of about 30,000, according to KVUE.
It's well known that Tebow is a very religious guy, but it's unclear why exactly he'll be delivering a sermon at this particular church. Nevertheless, church members are excited; not because Tebow will be in attendance, but because his presence will help spread the church's word.
"There will be the sacredness of Easter. It's not a Tim Tebow show," the church's pastor, Joe Champion, said. "It's not about a celebrity. There's really only one celebrity that we are going to honor and highlight."
The church will reportedly bus people in and build bleachers outdoors in order to accommodate the large crowd that's expected.
Check out the report below to hear more about this unique event.
"They whine about this stuff all of the time, and look what happens? It's ridiculous. But they'll whine about something else over there, won't they?"
–Rangers head coach John Tortorella, who clearly isn't a fan of the Pittsburgh Penguins
Hold the brussel sprouts.
Yeah, real tough, guy.