Decision America Pacific Northwest Photos: Spokane

By Ron Nickel and TJ Petrino   •   August 10, 2018

The Decision America Pacific Northwest Tour drew a large crowd in Spokane, Washington, Thursday night. More than 14,000 people attended the event, where Franklin Graham shared the Gospel.
Held at the Spokane County Fair and Expo Center, many enjoyed the fairground's refreshments, including barbecue and huckleberry ice cream.
“I want you to know this: God loves you,” Franklin Graham told the crowd.
Spokane Falls is along the city's Riverfront Park, which was built to accommodate the 1974 World Fair. The city of Spokane is the second-largest in Washington, behind Seattle.
Singer-songwriter Jeremy Camp not only lifts people up through his music, he also shares Scripture and gives a short testimony at each event.
Spokane is on the sunny side of Washington and its name means "Children of the Sun" in the local native language.
Joining hands to show unity in prayer for our nation and government leaders.
The city's clock tower was part of the depot for the Great Northern Railway, which came to Spokane in 1892.
The Spokane stop had the highest attendance so far on the tour.
The Tommy Coomes Band sang "Just As I Am" while Franklin Graham invited people to make a decision for Christ.
Jeremy Camp and his band also traveled with the 10-city Decision America California Tour this past spring.
There was a lot happening to keep this little guy's attention.
Many stood up to make a decision for Christ Thursday night.
Billy Graham Rapid Response Team chaplains are available at each stop on the Decision America Pacific Northwest Tour for those who would like someone to pray with them.
This beautiful bridge spans the Spokane River.
It was close to 100 degrees outside but this family didn't seem to mind.
Jeremy Camp gives Franklin Graham a hug after introducing the evangelist.
Intrigued by what you’ve seen? You can catch the next event on Sunday from Tacoma, Washington. The live stream begins at 7 p.m. PT/10 p.m. ET. Watch it here.