Planting Seeds of the Gospel Around Florida

By Thomas Petrino & Paul Sherar   •   January 12, 2020

More than 9,600 people packed the Florida Strawberry Festival Soundstage on Sunday afternoon to hear the Good News of Jesus Christ. Hundreds made decisions for Christ at the second stop of the Decision America Sunshine State Tour. >>Do you have peace with God?
The weather was in the mid 80's and sunny, but before things got heated up Franklin Graham shared a time of prayer with a group of bikers. Hundreds of bikers came to hear Franklin Graham and Jeremy Camp.
The Decision America Tour is a family-friendly event and includes high-energy music and a challenging personal message from Franklin Graham.
Dead Man Walking? Not Jeremy Camp. Not anymore. The singer-songwriter brought powerful worship music to Plant City. >>Learn why Jeremy Camp participates in BGEA’s evangelistic events.
Jeremy Camp talked briefly about the opportunity for his life story to be told to possibly millions in movie theaters nationwide when "I Still Believe" comes out in March.
Hundreds of people made decisions for Christ on Saturday, both standing at the invitation and also texting in their indicated decisions. Hundreds of trained counselors were at the ready to hand out the Living in Christ discipleship book, and those who texted in received a digital version.
Military veterans were saluted with "God Bless America," led by Dennis Agajanian.
Agajanian’s perfect blend of country, folk and patriotism turned the Strawberry Festival Soundstage into one massive choir.
Plant City, with a population of approximately 40,000, nearly drew 1/4 of that to the Decision America Tour. Nearly 400 churches were involved in the Tour efforts.
Cissie Graham Lynch prays a word of encouragement over her father, Franklin Graham, before he delivers the word of God on Sunday evening.
"The most important thing we can do is pray." Franklin Graham began his message by exhorting those in attendance to pray for those in leadership, "regardless of who we voted for."
Bringing the kids out for a Gospel-centered afternoon of music and message. >>Find out where else the tour is traveling in Florida.