Christian Post — The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association is recruiting churches across Canada to train some of their members in evangelism as preparation for next year’s launch of its “My Hope” telecast.
The Canada telecast of BGEA’s “My Hope,” which involves friends sharing Jesus with friends with the help of broadcasts and videos, is being planned for November 2013, Calgary Herald reported.
With the goal of saturating every country in the world with the Good News of Jesus Christ, this relationship-based ministry has reached 57 countries and about 10 million people have said they have established a personal relationship with Christ, according to the ministry website.
On Wednesday, the BGEA held a special event at First Alliance Church in Calgary to announce the launch of My Hope in the country.
“Our founder, Billy Graham, although 93, still has a deep concern for people in Canada and the U.S. who don’t yet know the love and saving power of Jesus Christ,” Fred Weiss, BGEA’s executive director in Canada, stated. “He has asked us to undertake an urgent and unprecedented effort in Canada to present the Gospel and call millions of people into a personal relationship with our Savior.”Continue Reading on global.christianpost.com