Greater Fort Wayne Celebration Kicks Off with Spirited Night of Praise

By Earl Davidson   •   October 7, 2017

More than 1,300 people attended the first night of The Greater Fort Wayne Celebration with Will Graham. By the end of the night, dozens had made a decision for Christ.
Though under the weather, Will Graham preached a powerful message with just enough laughs to connect with the crowd yet fervently share God's unwavering truth.
After much preparation by more than 150 churches, the first night of The Greater Fort Wayne Celebration with Will Graham saw much fruit. This photo shows an arena view during the invitation to accept Christ.
"For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes ..." —Romans 1:16
Aaron Shust took the stage Friday night and will lead the crowd in worship Saturday and Sunday as well.
Steve Coyle couldn't have been more excited about seeing the Celebration come to life. Feeling like the Lord called him to hold his own crusade in 2015, he didn't have the means to make it happen. "I feel like Jesus sent Will Graham to take my place," he said.
Supporting a brother in Christ.
Phil Wickham sang many of his popular songs, including "This is Amazing Grace."
"We see all the problems in our life when we are separated from God," Will told the crowd, urging those listening to "choose Christ."
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"We all have questions we want to ask God," Will said, noting that Christ is the answer to all.
People of all ages walked forward during the invitation. Young ones will have another opportunity to learn about Jesus at Saturday's KidzFest event.
Listening intently as Will Graham shares the story of Jesus' trial before Pilate.
Will Graham looks out into the crowd as attendees leave their seats to make a decision for Christ.
Join us in praying for those who came to know Christ at Friday's event as well as for hearts to be touched during the two remaining nights. Watch day two of the Celebration live at 7 p.m. ET