King of Kings reigns in Queensland

An estimated attendance of 8,750 filled Brisbane’s Riverstage, including an overflow crowd at the nearby City Botanic Gardens to hear the Good News from Franklin Graham.
Crowder kicked off the fourth stop of the Graham Tour with a mix of old hymns, “ho-down” music, worship songs and things a bit “swampy.” The crowd seemed to love it all!
During his first few minutes onstage, Franklin Graham talked about his father, Billy Graham, who had first preached in Brisbane in 1950. “You say, ‘Things have changed in Australia since the last time your dad was here in 1950,'” he said. “Well, God’s laws haven’t changed.”
Handing out an invitation to the Graham Tour stop in Brisbane on Monday.
Covering the event in prayer, a dedicated team cries out to God for a life-changing night for so many—and that’s exactly what happened.
David Crowder shares a personal story about Franklin Graham praying with his parents during the Decision America Texas Tour. “I’ll never forget, I opened my eyes during that prayer and my mom had tears running down her face.”
Australia’s own Planetshakers delivered their high-energy set that had youth from around Queensland jumping for joy.
Australian singer Steve Grace takes a moment to have a meaningful conversation before the Graham Tour begins.
Franklin Graham talked about the value of a soul, from Luke 19. “For the Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost” (Luke 19:10).
The crowd was so large, there needed to be a special announcement to squeeze in toward the middle to make more room.
Hundreds came forward at Brisbane’s Riverstage, responding to an invitation to receive Christ.
Trained prayer volunteers met the Queensland people where they were at on Monday night.
An emotional moment for a significant decision.
The night of worship, praising Jesus and Franklin Graham’s powerful message touched the hearts of many.
Australian artist Steve Grace began the evening, when the twilight still glimmered in the air.
“Jesus said, ‘I’m the way, the truth and the life. Nobody comes to the Father but by me'” (John 14:6). Franklin Graham’s message went straight from the Bible into the hearts of those who came to Brisbane. Next stop: Adelaide on Wednesday. Two Sydney stops finish up the Graham Tour (on Feb. 23-24).