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Franklin Graham’s Noi Crusade Breaks Italian Attendance Record As Thousands Accept Jesus

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Franklin Graham Crusade Breaks Record

Franklin Graham Crusade Breaks Record At Mediolanum Forum

An Evangelical outreach led by Franklin Graham broke attendance records at Mediolanum Forum on Saturday in Milan, Italy.

The Graham crusade which breaks the record of attendees in a meeting had more than 520 evangelical churches came together to plan and pray for the Noi Festival with Franklin Graham in Milan, over the weekend, which resulted to a historic turnout of people hungry to hear the gospel of Jesus Christ.

According to the Billy Graham Evangelical Association, this event marked the first time in Italy’s history that hundreds of churches worked together to share the gospel, which resulted in a standing room only crowd of more than 13,200 people at the Mediolanum Forum Saturday night.

There are many people here with hungry hearts, many who have been searching for peace in their lives,” Franklin Graham told the crowd.­­­­­­­­­­

I’m here to tell you that God loves you, and you can find that purpose for your life by putting your faith and trust in God’s Son, Jesus Christ. He came from Heaven to this earth to save us from our sins,” he continued.

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Graham gave a gospel invitation and hundreds of people made decisions to follow Jesus Christ.

Graham also leads a Samaritan purse, an international Christian relief evangelism organization which responded to the northern Italy in March 2020 that opened the doors for the Noi Festival to take place.

Two and a half years ago, when Italy’s Lombardy region was the country’s epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic, Graham deployed a 68-bed Emergency Field Hospital and Disaster Assistance Response Team to Cremona, a city near Milan. Samaritan’s Purse was the first international organization to provide emergency medical relief in Italy during the deadly COVID-19 outbreak.

During a private reception before the festival began, Attilio Fontana, president of the Lombardy region, said, “I wanted to come and greet the president of Samaritan’s Purse. During the most difficult time of the pandemic, they brought a lot of help to the Lombardy region and the city of Cremona. It was a fundamental help that the people of Cremona appreciated so much, and it made us feel close to so many friends who understood the situation. I think it is right to collaborate with them, and even today we talked about possible future collaborations.”

Jolomi Dekolo
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