Gallery: Day 2 Festival of Hope in Warsaw, Poland

By   •   June 15, 2014

man and daughter
The second and final night of the Festival of Hope in Warsaw, Poland, took place June 15.
Franklin Graham and interpreter
Franklin Graham and his Polish interpreter smiled as the Festival choir went wild over Dennis Agajanian's music.
Dennis Agajanian
Dennis Agajanian had the crowd cheering Sunday night.
Crowd in Warsaw
A man opened his arms in worship at the open-air Pepsi Arena.
Exodus 15
A member of Polish band Exodus 15 sings praises to God.
basketball ministry
A woman from Champions Forever basketball ministry performed an amazing feat after sharing her faith in Jesus with the crowd in Warsaw. The Festival of Hope can be seen at 1 p.m. (EDT) on June 28-29 at www.billygraham.org/Live
Michael W. Smith
Michael W. Smith stayed an extra night in Warsaw in order to lead worship one more time.
executive team
The multi-denominational Festival executive team worships onstage as Michael W. Smith sings.
Franklin Graham and interpreter
Franklin Graham preached the Gospel clearly and concisely Sunday night, as his message was interpreted into Polish.
invitation
Hundreds of people responded to the invitation to accept Christ. They gathered on the field with trained Festival counselors and prayed the Sinner's Prayer with Franklin Graham.
counseling
This woman's hands were shaking as she prayed with a counselor after coming forward during the invitation to accept Christ.
little girl
This adorable little one was bundled up for the damp, chilly night in Warsaw. Her shirt says "Jesus loves you" in Polish.
Newsboys
The Newsboys flew into Poland for less than 24 hours to take part in the Festival of Hope. They rocked the arena with a celebratory concert after the invitation to accept Christ.
Michael Tait, lead singer of the Newsboys, was dynamic and energetic as he told the new believers to "live with abandon."
Michael Tait, lead singer of the Newsboys, was dynamic and energetic as he told the new believers to "live with abandon."
hugging
A woman and a Festival counselor hug each other after praying together.

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  1. Nancy Vice says:

    I stand in awe and my heart is always comforted with the news of new believers for Christ!!

  2. namsurei kamei says:

    I praise God for the MIRACLES OUT THERE TAKING PLACE IN WARSAW. I PRAY THAT GOD WILL CONTINUE TO USED BGEA TO WIN SOULS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.

  3. Lynn Mroczka says:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you for your commitment to the Lord Jesus to make Him known in Poland, Japan and throughout the world. Amazing Love dear Jesus!