On November 7, evangelist Billy Graham will celebrate his 95th birthday. In honor of that day, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association is presenting what will likely be his final telecast in which he presents the simple Gospel message he has been delivering for nearly 70 years. The program will be called The Cross, and will feature Dr. Graham speaking from his home, with vignettes from Christian musicians LeCrae Moore and Lacey Sturm. As the title of the program indicates, the focus of the message in the program will be the cross of Jesus Christ, which is the central message of Christianity. This is the centerpiece of the message Dr. Graham has always presented, and is the symbol of salvation for all who would believe in Christ.

The program is a half hour in length, and will include an invitation and a prayer led by Dr. Graham. It will be aired by the Fox TV network, along with other cable networks, as well as online, November 7-10. Go to MyHopewithbillygraham.org to learn more about the program, and the BGEA.

Having served as a volunteer for the Graham Association over the last ten years, it is my hope that many across our country will find true hope and peace with God as a result of this My Hope America project. I call upon Christians across the U.S. and around the world to pray for the telecast, that God will use it mightily to transform the lives of many.