Billy Graham’s “My Hope America”

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Evangelist Billy Graham has been one of the most powerful voices for God and salvation in the history of the world.

On his 95th birthday, Nov. 7, 2013, the beloved pastor will bring another blessing into millions of homes through a television program called “The Cross.” It is part of Graham’s “My Hope America” campaign.

Graham has been working with a video crew in his North Carolina home over the last few months for a program filled with captivating testimonies of lives changed by Christ. It will air on Fox News Channel, TBN and other Christian networks.

“Tens of thousands of people across the country are inviting their unsaved family and friends to their homes to watch the program, which appeals to and touches people of all ages,” Graham’s son, Franklin, wrote in a letter on the Billy Graham Evangelical Association’s website.

“As part of the ‘My Hope America with Billy Graham’ nationwide outreach, it will also be available on DVD and the Internet. Some are gathering a group in a neighborhood community center or at their church, and some are planning to meet a friend at a coffee shop and watch it on a laptop.”

Franklin Graham said the most important part of “My Hope America” is prayer. He encouraged Christians to make a list of those you hope to invite and start praying for them.

“This is the key,” he said. “The fact that each of us may have friends and family who will one day die and spend eternity separated from God in Hell ought to keep us up at night. It ought to break our hearts.

“This November brings a fantastic opportunity for you to make a difference in their lives.”

More than 22,000 churches from every state in the nation have already signed up to participate, Graham said.

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