Saturday night's event featured music from The Color, The City Harmonic, and Manafest, all of which are from Canada. Here, the crowd rocks out to the music of The Color.
The Grand Falls-Windsor Celebration of Hope kicked off on Saturday with KidzFest, a fun and engaging evangelistic program just for little ones.
Praising God at KidzFest.
Learning about how Jesus loves her.
Will Graham, grandson of Billy Graham and the oldest son of Franklin Graham, paused to pray backstage before the start of the Celebration of Hope.
Will Graham shares the Gospel of Jesus Christ at Joe Byrne Memorial Stadium in Grand Falls-Windsor.
When someone makes a decision to accept Jesus Christ after hearing the Gospel, he or she has the opportunity to come forward and speak with a trained Celebration counselor.
Canadian band The City Harmonic has been part of several evangelistic Festivals and Celebrations with Franklin and Will Graham. They rocked the stadium, as usual, on Saturday night.
"And it shall come to pass that everyone who calls upon the name of the Lord shall be saved." (Acts 2:21, ESV)
A moment of worship.
Manafest opened up the Celebration of Hope on Saturday night.
Will Graham prays after giving the invitation to accept Christ. The Celebration of Hope continues Sunday night, Nov. 6 with the Gospel message and music from The Color, Jason Crabb and Sevenview.