My Hope began as an international ministry of the BGEA in 2002. As Billy Graham was nearing 85-years-old, it became more difficult for him to physically be able to travel to share the Gospel. My Hope became a worldwide Crusade through which the Good News of Jesus Christ could be shared in countries and languages around the globe – in the living rooms of Christians who opened their doors to family, friends, neighbors and colleagues who didn’t have a personal relationship with Jesus.
Eleven years and 57 countries later, My Hope America has now become a movement spreading across the United States into cities and towns, churches and homes of Christians who have a desire to share their faith with others in their lives.
Mr. Graham will celebrate his 95th birthday in November 2013, and My Hope America will culminate with a new program with music, stories of redemption, and a message from Mr. Graham.
As shared in a recent letter, he has a burden to reach the U.S. with a message of hope found through the Gospel. “We ask for your prayers and participation so that the hope of the Gospel can touch not only people across the nation, but people you personally know and care about. The Bible says, ‘Let him who thirsts come. Whoever desires, let him take the water of life freely.’ (Revelation 22:17)”
You can get involved in My Hope today. Learn more about My Hope America with Billy Graham at www.myhopewithbillygraham.org. Here you can register to participate, find resources, and watch video programs that are part of the My Hope America series.
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