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‘My Hope America with Billy Graham’ Culminates November 7-10

My HopeFor more than a year, the BGEA has been praying for the Church in America to come together and intentionally reach out to those who are far from God.

On November 7, the Rev. Billy Graham’s 95th birthday, the organization’s prayers and efforts will culminate as thousands of Christians open their homes to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ through “My Hope America with Billy Graham.”

To date, more than 25,000 congregations have registered to participate in “My Hope America.” Moreover, the 30-minute presentation that will be broadcast through their churches and homes will also be shown on Fox News, cable and network TV, online, and on DVD.

In the much-anticipated presentation, Rev. Graham speaks directly and clearly about God’s love for us and our need for redemption.

“It’s a tremendously powerful program that has his message interwoven with captivating testimonies of lives changed by the living Christ,” says BGEA President Franklin Graham.

With the culmination of “My Hope America” only days away, BGEA is stressing the importance of prayer. More specifically, the ministry is highlighting four daily prayers:

  1. For HEARTS – That God will prepare hearts to be receptive to the Gospel.
  2. For the “MATTHEWS” – That the “Matthews” (believers who register with My Hope) will experience freedom and boldness to share their faith story and how Jesus Christ died for our sins.
  3. For LOCATIONS – That homes, churches, or locations where the “Matthews” will be sharing through “My Hope America” will be filled with the Holy Spirit.
  4. For RESULTS – That people who need direction, hope, and a future will clearly see the only answer is in the person of Jesus Christ and will commit to a lifelong relationship with Him.

“The most important part of 'My Hope America' is prayer,” says Franklin Graham. “This is the key.”

For more details on “My Hope America with Billy Graham,” visit myhopewithbillygraham.org.

Click here to watch a 30-second trailer of the "My Hope America" presentation, titled “The Cross,” and check nationwide TV listings from November 7-10.

Published: October 31, 2013

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