Big Sky, No Limits for Christ

By   •   September 8, 2019

Will Graham challenged people of all ages at the Big Sky Celebration in Helena, Montana, on Saturday: "Christ can change your marriage. He can change your home."
"Faith like a child" was evident in two different meetings on Saturday at the Lewis and Clark County Fairgrounds in Helena. First was KidzFest in the morning, followed by night two of the Celebration hours later.
"Light Up the Sky" brought out cellphone lights from many youth in the audience on Saturday.
Aaron Shust, who just released a new album "Nothing to Fear" on Friday, encourages the Helena crowd with Scripture. He also played songs from that album and joked it was scriptural: "It's a commandment in the Bible," he said. "Sing a new song unto the Lord."
"Just so, I tell you, there will be more joy over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine righteous persons who need no repentance" (Luke 15:7).
Will Graham led those who came forward at KidzFest in a prayer to commit their lives to Christ. Have you put your faith and trust in Jesus Christ?
Praying with a boy at KidzFest on Saturday morning.
"That’s why we’re here," The Afters lead singer Josh Havens said. "That’s why we came to Montana—to share the Gospel."
"Everything in your life has brought you to this moment right now,” Will Graham encouraged and challenged Montana residents to make a decision for Jesus on Saturday night.
Asking questions about what it means to have a relationship with Jesus. Do you have questions? Start here.
Aaron Shust, who has helped set the stage for Will Graham to share the Gospel for years, led many in a sweet time of worshiping the Lord.
The Color of Manitoba, Canada, started things off on the second night of the Big Sky Celebration.
"[God] knows what makes you cry. He knows what makes you happy. He knows your favorite food. He knows what's going through your head right now,” Will Graham said.
Josh Havens brought high energy but also took time to share the Good News to the 1,000-plus in attendance.
Compassionately sharing the love of Christ during a time of counseling.
Getting kids energized on a Saturday morning at KidzFest.