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No Language Barriers at Toronto Festival of Hope

There will be a broad mix of native tongues at the Franklin Graham event Sept. 12-14, and interpreters are ready.


Decision Worth Texting: One Man’s Response to Pittsburgh Web Stream

Thousands of people watched the Pittsburgh Festival of Hope through a live web stream in August. One viewer made a very important decision.


Festival of Hope Reflects International Scene

In a city where more than 160 languages are spoken, 600 churches are coming together for the September 12-14, 2014 Festival of Hope in Toronto.


Pray for Jerusalem

If Jerusalem is on the heart of God, shouldn't she be on your heart and mine? Would you join us in praying daily for the real peace of Jerusalem?


Our Only Hope

Billy Graham: "A return to the Bible would also give the inner peace and security that people are desperately looking for.


More Than Just Three Days

The Greater Toronto Festival of Hope's Executive Team Leader explains the significance of this evangelistic outreach in Canada's biggest and most ethnically diverse region.


How to Survive in the Furnace of Adversity

How to survive when your situation seems hopeless.


God’s Rule Over the Nations

The truth that our leaders' hearts are in the hands of the Lord shall be a stimulus to prayer, not a stimulus to a fatalistic attitude.


CBS Sportscaster James Brown: It’s Not About Me

Also an ordained minister, J.B. strives to honor God on and off the TV screen. He talks about his faith journey.


The Story Behind Billy Graham’s First Sermon

Read the story behind Billy Graham's first sermon.


Dr. Kent Brantly Prepared Remarks: ‘I Am Thrilled to be Alive’

Prepared remarks from Dr. Kent Brantly, doctor who was serving with Samaritan's Purse in Liberia when he contracted Ebola.


Decisions For Christ in 3D: See real-time decisions around the globe with Google Earth

Hurting people are searching for answers online and BGEAC’s Internet Evangelism outreach is directing them to real hope through compelling online Gospel presentations.