On Billy Graham’s 95th birthday, millions of people watched My Hope via a national Fox News Channel broadcast and hundreds of local broadcasts across the United States and Canada. Through the efforts of 26,000 churches, My Hope was also shown in thousands of living rooms, shelters, prisons and more via DVD and web streaming. To date, more than 110,000 people have indicated decisions for Christ as a result of My Hope in North America. The effort is ongoing, with plans to show the videos again during Easter, 2014.
More than 970 churches and over 5,400 Matthews were trained for My Hope Portugal, a project that was spread out over five days (December 6-10) on a variety of mediums — over-the-air TV, pay-per-view TV, online streaming and DVDs.
From December 1-3, some 60,000 believers in nine Zambia districts invited family and friends to watch a 30-minute program that featured music, testimonies and a powerful Gospel message.
Believers in Spain are seeing God move beyond their expectations through Mi Esperanza (My Hope), held December 15-17. Over the past few months, about 8,500 individuals from over 1,000 churches were trained to be Matthews.
Nearly double the original report of 3,000 known churches — more than 5,300 congregations — took part in My Hope Haiti and more than 120,000 people made decisions for Christ. Many churches have multiplied, some even starting from scratch, as the effects of the July 21-23 My Hope world evangelism project continue to permeate throughout Haiti. "
From November 4-6, 2010, televisions in private residences and outdoor projectors showed the My Hope programming to thousands across Malawi, the country known as the “Warm Heart of Africa.”
After several meetings and much prayer, BGEA and thousands of churches in Malawi met on May 8 to launch the project. 220 people were in attendance at the launch meeting; this is 70 more than were initially invited. “This is a great moment for the church in Malawi,” said Patrick Semphere, National My Hope Coordinator for Malawi. “Many church leaders have told us this is what they have been praying for.”
April 2010 broadcast My Hope programs into thousands of homes, where relationship evangelism took place after massive promotional and training activities.
From April 22-24 more than 19,000 Christians representing over 1,800 churches hosted small gatherings in their homes. Puerto Rico is one of the last Latin American regions to carry out the My Hope project. To date, My Hope has been greatly blessed by God in 17 Latin American nations, with over 3 million decisions for Christ.
The My Hope World Television Project launched in the Dominican Republic in April 2009. Approximately 320 pastors, key denominational leaders and parachurch group members formally invited the BGEA to conduct the My Hope project in their country at the largest launch meeting in the history of this project.
In March 2010, My Hope broadcast programs into thousands of Dominican homes, where friendship evangelism took place after massive organizational, promotional and training activities. Some 40,000 Christians across the Dominican Republic shared their faith during the largest evangelistic outreach in the Caribbean nation’s history.
Several million of Thailand's 60-plus million population has heard the Good News of Jesus Christ, with over 12,000 people praying to receive Jesus Christ as Savior during the December 17-19 Thailand project.
More than 40,000 Thai Christians were trained to host events. This ministry will continue, as Thai Christians continue to use the programs to reach out to friends and family and tell them about how Jesus Christ is the one and true God and how He can change their life.
4,119 decisions, 236 churches, 18,200 Matthews
BGEA broadcast evangelistic programs for three nights in partnership with 50,000 Brazilian churches, which had trained some 850,000 hosts.
My Hope Uruguay programmes aired in over 14,000 homes on September 27–29, 2007. We rejoice that more than 33,000 people devoted their lives to Jesus Christ as a result.
More than 500,000 people in the Philippines registered commitments to Christ through BGEA’s My Hope World Television Project. Although the Philippines project is now officially finished, the Gospel continues to advance through the efforts of pastors and evangelists both in large cities and in small villages.
The more than 4 million people who responded to the message of Christ through the My Hope India project in December 2005 and early 2006 paved the way for another round of broadcasts and Video CD (VCD) showings during Christmas 2006 on 69 channels, in 11 languages and throughout all of India’s 28 states.
More than 250,000 people invited loved ones to their homes to hear the Gospel presented. My Hope World TV Project churches reported that more than 249,000 had made commitments to Christ during the Nov. 9-11 broadcasts.
Churches throughout India continue to send reports about the mighty ways God has worked through My Hope India, a massive evangelistic effort that has resulted in more than 4 million people making a commitment to Jesus Christ.
3,102 Decisions from 3,531 Matthews
9,527 total commitments from 580 churches and 38,539 Matthews.
Throughout Argentina, some 180,700 Christians eagerly invited people to their homes, answered calls at the call center and proclaimed the Gospel to any who would listen. 269,393 made commitments to Christ in Argentina.
The 90,000 Mi Esperanza (My Hope) hosts from 4,800 churches are encouraged by the number of youth who have responded to the broadcasts. And some churches can hardly keep up with all the new believers.
More than 47,445 Guatemalans made commitments during Mi Esperanza.(My Hope)
More than 140,000 Christians invited their friends into their homes and businesses to watch Mi Esperanza (My Hope) broadcasts. They also shared their own stories of how Jesus Christ has changed their lives. As these stories of hope spread, churches across Peru were filled with the more than 247,000 people who made commitments to Jesus Christ during Mi Esperanza.
64,465 salvations, 21,157 Rededications, 3,177 churches, 53,948 Matthews
Hundreds of thousands of believers, all trained through BGEA, invited unsaved neighbours and friends into their homes. More than 700,000 people made decisions for Christ.
Amid concerns that doors for evangelism in Russia could be in danger of closing, the project continued in 2004. From January through September, video missions were organized throughout Russia in venues such as prisons, hospitals, schools, churches, military bases and other settings. In October, the World Wide Pictures film A Vow to Cherish, dubbed into Russian, was shown in more than 500 venues. Finally, in November and December, new “There Is Hope” television programs, featuring Billy and Franklin Graham, were broadcast on regional television stations throughout the Russian Federation. As in 2003, God drew many people to faith in Jesus Christ.
Half the evangelical churches in Panama participated in the outreach, as more than 20,000 people hosted evangelistic house parties to which they invited non-Christian friends.
Some 130,000 homes across Venezuela held house parties Oct. 1-3. Initial reports showed over 103,000 people had accepted Christ for the first time, and more than 24,000 others had rededicated their lives to Christ.
God worked powerfully through 44,000 house parties and 4,200 video missions. By mid-December, more than 104,000 people had recorded a decision or asked for more information about Christ in response to the project.
Thousands of Christians invited friends and neighbours in Central America to hear the Gospel as part of a unique television outreach from the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. The results were astounding.
86,405 decisions, 1,270 churches, 30,000 Matthews
38,029 decisions, 1,063 churches, 7,346 Matthews
The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and hundreds of local churches brought the Gospel to every corner of El Salvador Nov. 28- 30 through Mi Esperanza (My Hope) broadcasts and more than 60,000 Operation Matthew house parties.