Part of the Celebration of Hope included a KidzFest with games and a Gospel message tailored for children.
A circle of prayer following Will Graham's Gospel message.
The Color, along with Manafest and The City Harmonic, got the crowd on their feet Saturday night.
Following Will's message, counselors were available to answer people's questions about Jesus or to give them next steps in their new faith in Him
The KidzFest was a big hit with free activities for children of all ages.
After the games, children sat down to hear about Jesus Christ.
It was a cold night in the small Canadian town, but Will Graham delivered a heartwarming message about God's love for each and every person in the building.
The City Harmonic also delivered the Gospel through song.
Sharing the Good News with children at KidzFest, held earlier in the day before Will Graham spoke.
Wherever he goes, Will Graham's ultimate message is the same: We all need God
Saturday marked the first night of the two-night Celebration of Hope in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, where Canadian band The Color performed at E.J. Broomfield Arena.