Friday Gallery: Greater Toronto Festival of Hope

More than 10,000 Pack Air Canada Centre; Hundreds Make Decisions

Franklin Graham shared the story of Jonah during Friday’s Greater Toronto Festival of Hope. Thousands more heard his message by watching online at
Michael Tait in crowdNewsboys ended the night with an energetic concert. Michael Tait took some time to give a few high fives.

Young girl and older womanVolunteers were trained to explain the Gospel to each person who wanted to hear, no matter the age.

Fan holds posterSomeone came prepared with a poster as Newsboys performed “God’s Not Dead.”

The City HarmonicThe City Harmonic was a favorite from Friday’s lineup.

Woman lifts handsYoung people praised God while The City Harmonic gave an inspiring performance.

Man worshiping in crowdThe Air Canada Centre was filled with unashamed worship.

Festival counselor hugs womanFor this woman, hearing about Christ was worth a warm embrace with her counselor.

Toronto Mass ChoirThe Toronto Mass Choir was all smiles as they sang big for the Lord.

Young men prayTwo friends bow their heads in prayer after Franklin Graham left the stage.

Festival counselor smilingThis counselor was all smiles after talking with a young man who walked forward during the invitation.