PHOTOS: Will Graham Encourages Wiregrass Celebration to Come Home to God

By   •   May 7, 2017

Young girls, older woman holding hands and praying
The second day of the Wiregrass Area Celebration was dedicated to students, and many young people decided to come forward and declare their need for the hope of Christ amid a broken world. The Celebration wrapped up Sunday.
Will Graham holding Bible and preaching
Billy Graham's grandson, Will Graham, shared the Bible story of the Prodigal Son during Saturday's event, telling young and old alike—"God wants you to come home tonight. The Father is looking, and He's waiting for you."
People standing on floor after invitation
People crowded the floor of the Dothan Civic Center after Will Graham gave the invitation to receive Jesus Christ.
Josh Havens and Matthew Fuqua playing guitars side by side
Josh Havens and Matthew Fuqua of The Afters rock it out. Havens told the crowd, "I truly believe that God is bigger than all the brokenness in this world."
People petting farm animals at FunFest before KidzFest
Who can resist cute farm animals? Kids and kids at heart came out for Saturday's FunFest before the Celebration's KidzFest event.
Woman with arms lifted in worship during The Afters performance
Hands up high to give God glory.
Two men praying
"It's time to come home," Will Graham said during his message. "Everything you've been looking for, the love you've been looking for, the acceptance you've been looking for, the purpose of life you've been looking for, all that is found in Jesus, in a relationship with Jesus."
Little girl and boy smiling, sitting
These cuties wait patiently for the Celebration to start.
Aaron Cole rapping
Christian rapper Aaron Cole is only 18 years old, but has a big heart for sharing his faith through music.
Man hugging young man
“If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.” —1 John, 1:9
Will Graham onstage after The Greatest Journey Live
Will Graham gave a message of God's love following The Greatest Journey Live, a Bible study for children that brings the Gospel story to life through a short play.
Older women clapping, hand raised in worship
Worshipping a good, good Father.
Little boy peeping out the side of a kid's inflatable bouncy house
Don't miss the final night of the Wiregrass Area Celebration on Sunday! If you can't be there in person, join us from wherever you are by visiting at 4 p.m. CT/5 p.m. ET.