By Trevor Freeze
Nearly 300 pastors and denominational leaders from across the country gathered on a mountaintop in Asheville, N.C., where a movement to reach the United States and Canada began in earnest called My Hope with Billy Graham.
The grains of sands are quickly vanishing.
Nobody knows how much time believers have to tell their friends, neighbors, family members and co-workers about Jesus.
But most agree it's not much.
And that's why the nationwide outreach called My Hope with Billy Graham is so critical.
It's almost midnight," said Preston Parish, vice president of My Hope with Billy Graham. "It's time to do something so we're not scratching our heads after we've lost the battle and wondering what just happened."
As nearly 300 pastors and denominational leaders from 27 states gathered this week at The Billy Graham Training Center (The Cove) in Asheville, N.C., the urgency of reaching a nation for Christ became more apparent. Click to continue to full article
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