Look Up Tour Changing Lives in Idaho Falls

By T.J. Petrino and Ron Nickel   •   September 24, 2023

“Have you asked the King of kings to come into your life and forgive you of your sin?” Will Graham asked during the two-day Look Up Tour's Family Night. He urged them to give their lives to the One who offers hope, peace, and true freedom.
Christian singer, songwriter, and worship leader Christine D’Clario shared her testimony of hearing the Gospel as a young girl when Billy Graham preached in Puerto Rico.
Hundreds of people in Idaho Falls found God's redemption during the Look Up Tour, their lives made new through Jesus Christ’s sacrifice for their sins on the cross.
“For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord” (Romans 6:23, ESV).
“Jesus did not stay in the tomb. Three days later He came out of that grave,” Will Graham said. He explained the Good News that God has the power to break the chains of sin—and give eternal life to all who come to Him.
During the two-day Look Up Tour, over 5,500 people heard that they can have a relationship with God through His Son Jesus Christ.
Volunteer counselors prayed with hundreds of people who responded to Will Graham’s invitation to surrender their lives to Jesus Christ.
“Let the children come to me; do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of God” (Mark 10:14, ESV).
David Crowder led a time of worship Sunday evening, with the crowd joining in to make a joyful noise.
“What are the areas of your life that you don’t want God to get too close to?” Will Graham asked the Idaho Falls crowd at the Look Up Tour’s Youth Night on Saturday.
KidzFest started Saturday off with fun activities for children, parents, and grandparents at the Hero Arena at Mountain America Center in Idaho Falls.
Rend Collective, an Irish Christian band, turned up the energy during both KidzFest and Youth Night.
Using a practical illustration, Will Graham told the crowd about finding true purpose in life through our Creator. “The pen can only fulfill its purpose when it’s in its master’s hand,” he said.
“Jesus Loves Me” bookmarks reminded the children at KidzFest of an eternal love that will never forsake those who believe in Jesus Christ.
"Come set our hearts ablaze with hope, like wildfire in our very souls. Holy Spirit, come invade us now,” Rend Collective sang, leading the audience in worship. “We are Your Church and we need Your power in us."
“God was willing to sacrifice His own Son to die for you,” Will Graham said Saturday. His message came from one of the Bible’s most recognized passages: John 3.
Many families responded to the Gospel together in repentance and faith.
Seeing hundreds of their neighbors embrace Jesus Christ is an answer to prayer for Christians across Idaho and beyond.
A group of teens celebrate after many of them decided to follow Jesus Christ.
“But to all who did receive him, who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God” (John 1:12, ESV).
KidzFest also included free horse rides, as well as bouncy houses and water games.
Mountain America Center was transformed into the Idaho Falls Look Up Tour, where several thousand people came and heard the Good News of Jesus Christ. Please pray for all new believers to continue growing in their faith.