Hundreds of people attended the Celebration of Hope in Fort McMurray November 14 & 15.
Christian hip-hop rapper Manafest kicked off both nights at Nexen Energy Field House at MacDonald Island Park.
The Color band sang songs of hope and truth that impacted those in attendance.
Canadian band The City Harmonic led the group in songs of worship.
Illusionist Brock Gill delivered a memorable experience through his subtle comedy and unique presentation of the Gospel.
Will Graham preached from the Word of God, and brought a message of hope.
A young woman takes in the message of hope and truth.
54 people came forward on the Saturday night and made commitments to have Jesus as their Lord and Savior.
Once the counseling began on the floor, there was a spirit of peace in the room.
A trained counselor takes time to pray with a young man who made a decision to follow Christ. On Sunday night there were 44 commitments made to follow Christ.
The Celebration of Hope leadership team in Fort McMurray presented Will Graham with a photo of the Northern Lights. Mayor Melissa Blake of the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo was also on hand.
GMA Canada Covenant Award winning band High Valley closed out the final night of the Celebration of Hope.