Will Graham, Georgia Churches Prepare for February Outreach

By   •   November 12, 2020

This year’s Tiftarea Celebration with Will Graham, originally set for March, was recently rescheduled for February 5–7, 2021. More than 50 people gathered in Tifton, Georgia, for Wednesday's “Reboot Rally,” being careful to social distance throughout the massive church sanctuary. Many others watched the event online.
Will Graham talks to an attendee
The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association is partnering with area churches to hold the Celebration. Will Graham will share Gospel messages during the three-day event at the UGA Tifton Campus Conference Center.
The Afters' Josh Havens and Matt Fuqua joined Will Graham at the "Reboot Rally" to share a message of hope through music. Their band is among others participating in February's outreach.
Woman worshipping with hands lifted
Before Will Graham preached, people enjoyed a time of worship.
Will Graham preaching
Speaking on the deep theological insights provided in the book of Romans, Will Graham said, “We live in a world today where everyone thinks they’re okay. They’re good. Their way is right. But the Bible says in Romans that we’ve all fallen short. We also find in Romans that we aren’t justified by the things we do. We’re justified by faith, faith in what Jesus has done for us. It could be summarized: Jesus in my place.”
Will Graham expressed his thoughts—and encouragement—for this trying year. “If there’s one word that describes 2020, I would say that it’s ‘fear.' Fear over the election. Fear of COVID. Fear of losing your job or being alone. … Jesus is the only name that dispels fear. It’s the Word of God that dispels fear.”