On May 23 Corban University will give mid-Willamette Valley pastors an opportunity to become part of the “My Hope with Billy Graham” evangelistic outreach.
Between 1 and 3:15 p.m. the “My Hope” master training program will be held in the Emitte Center at Corban. The event will be led by Billy Graham’s Pacific Northwest Regional Director, Greg Matthews.
Matthews said the campaign will likely be Billy Graham’s last and is timed to coincide with Graham’s 95th birthday. During several nights in November, Billy Graham TV specials will broadcast the Gospel of Jesus Christ across America. The same TV specials will be available in other formats, including online.
The goal is to see hundreds of thousands of Christians invite neighbors, relatives and friends over to their home to watch a Billy Graham TV special. Afterward, the host will share his or her testimony, distribute response cards and then invite each person to fill out a card and return it to the host. The next day the host will submit those response cards to a central location.
Billy Graham has held massive home meeting/television outreaches in India, Russia, and 55 other countries around the world.
“It’s been the most fruitful form of outreach in his more than 60 years of ministry,” Matthews said. In the world’s second most populous nation, India, Christian families recorded the names, addresses, and phone numbers of more than 2.4 million individuals who came to faith in Jesus Christ.
Corban University is located at 5000 Deer Park Dr. SE in Salem. For more information or to register for the May 23 training event, visit http://myhopewithbillygraham.org.
Mid-Willamette Valley pastors and other church leaders are invited to RSVP here