Will Graham, the grandson of well-known evangelist Billy Graham, says that his grandfather is preparing hard for likely his last sermon in November and has started filming for “My Hope America with Billy Graham.”
“This is so exciting for me as a grandson to see my granddaddy end well. He can’t see well; he can’t hear well. So it’s hard for him to study the Bible,” Will Graham told The Christian Post last week. “So he’s trying to memorize and get things just right for the few minutes he will be before the camera.
“My Hope America with Billy Graham” is a massive nationwide evangelistic effort to take place throughout November (Billy Graham turns 95 on Nov. 7) in which Christians will invite their neighbors and friends who don’t have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ to their home for a meal and invite them to watch the TV broadcast of “My Hope America with Billy Graham,” or the DVD version where Billy Graham will share his new message.
After the message, Christians can share their personal testimony about how Jesus gave them hope and what He is doing in their life today, and lastly they will ask their friends if they want to make a decision to receive Jesus Christ. In addition to the TV and DVD version of “My Hope America with Billy Graham,” people can also watch it on their laptop as well as their mobile devices.
According to Graham, his grandfather has done a “fair amount of filming” and will be doing more in the next few months. “We’ll usually shoot about 20 minutes of him at a time, and out of that will come his sermon,” he says.
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