Since his first Canadian Festival in 1989, Franklin Graham has preached the Gospel many times in Canada. Youth-focused events in 2010 and 2011 have taken place in British Columbia, Alberta, and Manitoba. The 2012 Ottawa event marked his first event in Ontario since Kitchener and Niagara Falls in 1996.
After Will Graham shared the Good News of Jesus in two northeast regions of India known as the Seven Sister States, there were many new brothers in sisters in Christ. Several thousand made decisions to follow Jesus in the three-day Will Graham Celebration event.
Returning to the homeland of his grandmother Ruth Bell Graham, Will Graham shared the Good News in China just as his Grandfather Billy Graham did nearly a quarter of a century ago in 1988. "Not only was it my first time in mainland China," Will Graham said, "but to preach to hear the language my mother grew up with was really special."
Considered the first multi-denominational evangelistic outreach in southern Thailand, the Will Graham Celebration saw near-capacity crowds on two of the three nights and hundreds make decisions to accept Christ into their life. "Maybe you feel like a nobody," Will Graham said on his second trip to Thailand in three years. "But God sees each and every one of you. He knows you by name."
Preaching in three cities just northwest of Sydney, some several thousands heard Will Graham proclaim the Gospel with hundreds putting their faith in Christ. "Tonight's not an accident," Will Graham preached. "And tonight you can know for sure where you're going to spend eternity."
More than 24,000 Green Bay residents poured into Leicht Park on Aug. 18 and 19 to receive a Gospel message from Franklin Graham at Rock the Lakes. The two-day evangelistic outreach event featured eight bands, one rainstorm, an amazing rainbow, a gorgeous sunset and a live streaming broadcast to more than 100 countries and territories. Hundreds made life-changing decisions for Jesus Christ.
Continuing its mission of reaching the Great Lakes region, the BGEA held a second upstate-New York Rock the Lakes event, this one in the city where over 600 churches united to host the Greater Buffalo-Niagara Billy Graham Crusade in 1988.Donate View Recap
For the thousands in Sahlen Stadium and a global audience watching online, Rock the Lakes Rochester was a two-day celebration of the Good News of Jesus Christ. Hundreds responded to the call to accept Jesus and thousands around the world joined in to worship the Savior on Father's Day weekend.Donate View Recap
At the second of the two BGEA Celebration events in Texas this year, Will Graham explained that we were created for a relationship, and that our purpose and hope can be found only in Jesus. More than 200 people either responded to the Gospel for the first time, or rededicated their lives to Christ.DonateView Recap
The Red River Celebration was the first of two BGEA events on back-to-back weekends in the Lone Star state. Throughout the weekend, Will Graham spoke about the opportunity to find purpose and hope in Jesus. Nearly 200 people responded to the invitation to come forward and follow Christ.DonateView Recap
Feeding off the momentum from Festivals the past three years in Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania, the one-day Baltic Youth Festival included all three countries and a lineup of high-octane Christian bands. Franklin Graham proclaimed the Gospel to a region with some of the world's highest youth suicide rates.
Returning to the city that hosted Billy Graham Crusades to overflow crowds in 1985 and 1989, Franklin Graham proclaimed the Gospel at the Reménység Fesztivál in the 12,500-seat László Papp Budapest Sports Arena.
Thousands—including the president of Ghana—braved the heat for the two-day Ghana Jesus Festival. Nearly one-in-10 came forward to make a decision for Christ, flooding the north end zone of the Accra Sports Stadium.
On Oct. 26-27, Franklin Graham shared the Gospel of Jesus Christ with the people of South Sudan. The "Hope for a New Nation" festival helped lay a strong spiritual foundation as the world's newest country faces spiritual, economic, social and political challenges.
A year after the devastating earthquake and tsunami killed thousands, the Tohoku Celebration of Hope drew the largest crowd ever assembled for a Christian event in the history of Sendai. Pastors said they anticipate a fresh inflow of disciples and pray that Japan — a country where less than 1 percent of the population is Christian — is on the verge of a revival.