PHOTOS: Festival of Hope Continues with Energetic Second Night
For two nights in a row, more than 12,000 packed Rogers Arena, and more than 500 responded to Franklin Graham's invitation to follow Jesus.
Franklin Graham preached out of Luke 15 (the story of the Prodigal son) and gave a clear Gospel invitation.
More than 500 people made decisions for Christ on Saturday.
For King & Country wrapped up the memorable night with a high-intensity set. They also took time to share their heart between songs.
Josh Havens of the Afters performed “Good, Good Father,” preparing the audience for Franklin Graham’s message of hope.
Making a decision for Christ.
Dennis Agajanian wowed the crowd with his fast guitar picking just before the Festival started.
For King & Country got the crowd involved, even walking out and interacting with fans during their set.
More than 55 percent of the decisions on Saturday were from those 25 and younger.
Praying for new believers in Christ.
Brothers Luke (left) and Joel (center) Smallbone, originally from Australia, traveled from Tennessee to Vancouver to help bring hope to Canada.
The Zion Mission Choir, based in Vancouver, sang praises to the Almighty Lord.
Franklin Graham encouraged those in attendance to be bold even if they felt embarrassed to walk forward during the invitation to accept Christ.
After days of rainy weather, the sun poked through on Saturday in Vancouver. The Festival of Hope will wrap up on Sunday with Michael W. Smith and Ellie Holcomb and a Gospel message from Franklin Graham.
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