SPIRIT Highlights Billy Graham's My Hope America Program "Defining Moments."

The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association’s first series installment in association with the My Hope America with Billy Graham evangelistic campaign, called “Defining Moments” shares stories of three individuals. Illusionist Jim Munroe, NFL Player David Tyree and the musical artist Lacey Sturm – found success in their careers, yet still were searching for hope. SPIRIT 105.3 will be featuring this special 30 minute program on Saturday, November 9th at 10pm.

“God looks at your heart and God sees that you have a spiritual heart disease, and that spiritual heart disease is called sin,” says Billy Graham in the program “The things that are broken in your heart and life can be restored in Christ, if you put your faith and your obedience in Him.”

My Hope America with Billy Graham is a grassroots movement across the U.S.  that encourages participants to open their doors and lives to people they already know—engaging in meaningful conversation and connections as a catalyst for sharing the hope and love found in a relationship with Jesus Christ. One-on-one conversations will be the root of this relationship evangelism outreach, with messages like “Defining Moments” available for use in reinforcing the Gospel.

For more information about My Hope America with Billy Graham and watch the current Billy Graham My Hope series program, “Defining Moments,” visit www.spirit1053.com.

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