Fort Wayne Celebration Finale Marks New Beginnings for Many

By Earl Davidson   •   October 9, 2017

Will Graham
The three-day Greater Fort Wayne Celebration with Will Graham saw much fruit, ending with more than 430 decisions for Christ.
family listening
Sunday, Will Graham preached on the story of Adam and Eve, explaining the freedom we were meant to have from the beginning. "True freedom is to live for God as He created you to be," Will said.
emotional couple
It was an emotional night for some.
Aaron Shust
Aaron Shust singing out to God.
counselor with young man
"It takes guts" to publicly accept Christ, Will Graham told the crowd Sunday.
counselor with woman
Each volunteer counselor attended Christian Life and Witness courses to learn how to help new believers and answer questions they may have. Often, these trainings even lead to spiritual decisions as people assess how close they really are to God. In Fort Wayne, 175 rededicated their life to Christ while taking the course.
Jimi Cravity
A newcomer to Will Graham Celebrations, Jimi Cravity's unique worship style was a hit in Fort Wayne.
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Mesmerized by the performance on stage.
Girl with arms crossed
This young girl with Down syndrome danced her heart out during worship at Sunday's Celebration, often lifting her hands then wrapping her arms around herself as if confirming God's love.
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Quality time in the presence of God.
Will Graham
"When God doesn’t do what we want him to do, we get mad at God," Will Graham said. "We say, 'God doesn’t care about me.' But that’s not true. He knows your name. ... He knows the hairs on your head."
I surrender all.
counselor with man
A counselor takes time to walk someone through the booklet each person receives after walking forward at a Crusade event.
Every night of the Will Graham Celebration was streamed live online. Across three days, more than 46,000 people representing 62 countries had watched. Thank you for your prayers.