PHOTOS: Praising God as the Gospel is shared in Vietnam

By Tiffany Jothen and Ron Nickel | Published: December 13, 2017

For decades, Vietnamese Christians have prayed persistently for their friends and family to follow Christ, and experience the freedom and hope He offers. After this weekend's Love Hanoi Festival with Franklin Graham, they have plenty to celebrate. Now, these faithful Christians have more brothers and sisters in Christ to join them in their prayers after so many around Hanoi responded to the Gospel.
A space outside the venue where families could watch the Festival onscreen once it was full inside.
Many people traveled to the event by bus.
A praise band led worship with some popular Christian songs.
An interpreter stayed by Franklin's side to deliver his message in Vietnamese.
Dozens of people wore the same white baseball hat with the name of a local company on it. The group was from a factory run by a Christian owner who invited his employees to the Festival.
One can only imagine the impact that the Love Hanoi Festival will have on generations to come, thanks in large part to hundreds of churches that have come together with a common goal of sharing Christ with their neighbors. Don't forget to keep this nation in prayer as God's kingdom continues to grow worldwide.