Freedom, Forgiveness Found at Frontera

By BGEA Staff Photographers   •   February 27, 2024

Chula Vista, California: More than 400 people made a decision to follow Jesus Christ in California—joining thousands more throughout the 10-stop God Loves You Frontera Tour. The outreach began in Brownsville, Texas, on February 24 and culminated in Chula Vista on March 9.
Chula Vista, California: Franklin Graham and Spanish Interpreter David Ruiz share the Gospel message on Saturday night.
Chula Vista, California: Generations came together to hear a message of life-changing hope and sing praise to God at the North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre.
Chula Vista, California: “Heal my heart and make it clean. Open up my eyes to the things unseen,” Taya sang as she led the crowd in worship.
Yuma, Arizona: Praising God at the Yuma County Fairgrounds, in anticipation of how the Gospel message would transform lives in this Arizona city near the border.
Yuma, Arizona: Hundreds of people gave their hearts to Jesus Christ on the 9th stop of the God Loves You Frontera Tour.
Tucson, Arizona: Franklin Graham waits as the crowd responds to the Gospel, asking God to forgive all “sins past, sins present, and sins future.”
Tucson, Arizona: It was an emotional night for many on the Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium baseball field, where over 700 people made decisions to follow Jesus Christ.
Tucson, Arizona: Jeremy Camp and his band brought high-energy worship music to the desert on Tuesday night.
El Paso, Texas: At the God Loves You Frontera Tour event on Sunday, many were moved to worship God during the powerful music. The tour finishes up in Chula Vista, California, on March 9.
El Paso, Texas: More than 7,000 people came to the Don Haskins Center at the University of Texas at El Paso, with many responding to Franklin Graham’s invitation to receive Jesus Christ into their heart.
Presidio, Texas: Franklin Graham and the God Loves You Frontera Tour brought the joy of the Lord to Manuel O. Hernández Memorial Stadium.
Presidio, Texas: God moved mightily in the small town of Presidio.
Del Rio, Texas: Marcos Witt and Taya led the crowd of thousands in worship on Feb. 29.
Del Rio, Texas: Franklin Graham shared the message of the prodigal son from Luke 15 on the fifth stop of the God Loves You Frontera Tour in Del Rio, Texas. He later welcomed many into the family of God as they made decisions to follow—or return—to their Heavenly Father.
Eagle Pass, Texas: Franklin Graham invited each person who did not know Jesus Christ as their personal Savior to stand and pray to follow Him.
Eagle Pass, Texas: Prayer counselors followed up with those who responded to the Gospel. New believers received a Bible and materials to help them grow in their faith.
Eagle Pass, Texas: Hundreds made decisions to follow Christ on Feb. 28 at the Maverick County Amphitheater.
Laredo, Texas: Prayer counselors met with those who came forward at Franklin Graham’s invitation to receive Christ. Each received a new Bible and book to help them grow in their faith.
Laredo, Texas: The power of the Gospel was evident at the Sames Auto Arena on Feb. 27 as hundreds surrendered their lives to Jesus Christ.
Laredo, Texas: Singing in Spanish, Marcos Witt led the crowd in worship.
McAllen, Texas: Franklin Graham—and Spanish interpreter David Ruiz—shared the Gospel message with a crowd of 6,750 in McAllen on Feb. 25.
McAllen, Texas: Many made decisions to follow Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior in McAllen, the second stop of the 10-city God Loves You Frontera Tour.
McAllen, Texas: Taya led the audience in worship, preparing the audience’s heart to hear the Good News.
McAllen, Texas: After Franklin Graham invited those in attendance to receive Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, hundreds of people flooded the Payne Arena stage.
McAllen, Texas: Dennis Agajanian kicked things off with his unique, fast-pickin’ music that brought energy to the arena.
Brownsville, Texas: Franklin Graham shared his heart for the Frontera Tour in an interview before the first event kicked off in Brownsville, Texas.
Brownsville, Texas: A crowd of 3,750 came to the Brownsville Sports Park to hear live music and a message of hope from Franklin Graham.
Brownsville, Texas: Marcos Witt led the crowd in worship in Spanish at the God Loves You Frontera Tour’s opening event.
Brownsville, Texas: Taya’s music helped soften the hearts of those in attendance to hear Franklin Graham’s Gospel message.
Brownsville, Texas: The Holy Spirit was moving in Brownsville, the first of 10 stops along the U.S.-Mexico border. Will you pray for God to move mightily in the remaining stops?