Will Graham Shares the Good News in Fort McMurray

By BGEA | November 16, 2015

Hundreds of people attended the Celebration of Hope in Fort McMurray November 14 & 15.

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Christian hip-hop rapper Manafest kicked off both nights at Nexen Energy Field House at MacDonald Island Park.
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The Color band sang songs of hope and truth that impacted those in attendance.
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Canadian band The City Harmonic led the group in songs of worship.
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Illustionist Brock Gill delivered a memorable experience through his subtle comedy and unique presentation of the Gospel.
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Will Graham preached from the Word of God, and brought a message of hope.
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A young woman takes in the message of hope and truth.
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54 people came forward on the Saturday night and made commitments to have Jesus as their Lord and Savior.
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Once the counseling began on the floor, there was a spirit of peace in the room.
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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.
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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.
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GMA Canada Covenant Award winning band High Valley closed out the final night of the Celebration of Hope.