Will Graham to Central Scotland: Time Is Fleeting

By   •   June 16, 2018

Stage, people who came forward at invitation
More than 2,000 people came to the second night of the Central Scotland Celebration of Hope with Will Graham. Hundreds walked forward at the invitation to receive Christ and have their sins forgiven.
Two little girls holding KidzFest materials
The pouring rain didn't stop these cuties from having fun and learning how much God loves them at KidzFest Saturday morning. They were among about 1,200 who attended the evangelistic program geared specifically for children.
National Wallace Monument
The National Wallace Monument, built in honor of Scottish hero William Wallace, overlooks the nearby city of Stirling. The patriot had a tremendous desire for peace and freedom, uniting the country’s clans against King Edward I of England.
The Afters
Before The Afters played their acoustic tune "Well Done," vocalist-guitarist Josh Havens said: "If we get to heaven and it's overcrowded, we know it's because of Billy Graham."
Will Graham
Will Graham leads evangelistic Celebrations around the world, following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather. "I’m grateful my granddaddy lived every day of his 99 years for Jesus Christ," Will said, "and you can, too."
Woman praising God with hand raised
"Exalt the Lord our God; worship at His footstool! Holy is He!" —Psalm 99:5, ESV
The Kelpies
Falkirk is home to The Kelpies, the largest equine sculpture in the world. The nine-story high horse heads are a monument to Scotland’s horse-powered industrial heritage.
Will Graham shakes hands with kids during Saturday morning's KidzFest, where over 200 children said yes to God.
Three men praying
A prayer volunteer prays with two men who came forward at Saturday night's invitation to receive Christ as Lord and Savior.
The Afters co-founder Matt Fuqua
The Afters co-founder Matt Fuqua seems to never tire of revving up the crowd for Christ.
Young woman waving flags
Two-fisted with Scottish flags, or banners as they're called in Scotland.
Will Graham preaching; crowd
Will Graham's message was about how we never know when it's our time to leave this earth. "Most of you here are wasting your time on the temporal things in life instead of the eternal things of life."
Two men with water bottle
KidzFest actors always ham it up but they help teach children about the importance of a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
Young adults smiling and waving
The Central Scotland Celebration of Hope wraps up Sunday. Join the fun! Watch live at ScotlandHope.com at 12 p.m. ET/5 p.m. BST.

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  1. Donna says:

    I was saved as a young child almost 70 years ago in a tent meeting for children. Keep up the good work with meetings for children, it is so important.

  2. Tracey says:

    So encouraging.

  3. Elizabeth Reid says:

    I have been so blessed by attending the Scotland Hope Celebrations in Falkirk this weekend, and re-committed my life to Jesus. Will is a powerful, genuine preacher so like his grandad. I made a decision to follow Jesus during the 1991 Crusade in Glasgow when Billy Graham so clearly spoke into my heart. Thankful for Will for following in his grandfather’s footsteps as he speaks with such conviction of Jesus’ love. I have also been so fortunate to hear Anne Graham Lotz preaching on a number of occasions in the U.K. and she, too, has a wonderful ministry. What an impact Billy Graham has had on his family as he has had on so many here in Scotland. What an opportunity this Celebration has been to open up and talk with others about Jesus. Thank you.

  4. Rosemary Fordice says:

    I keep you in my prayers. God is so faithful. He’s coming soon. Praise Him.

  5. Marina Charles says:

    God bless always.

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