Conference Evangelist John Zimmerman has been selected as the Pennsylvania coordinator for My Hope with Billy Graham. Regional coordinators were named across the nation this year to encourage local pastors in their efforts to share the Gospel.
The My Hope organization on Nov. 7 released a new film called “Heaven,” which includes a never-before-seen message from Billy Graham that was filmed last year at his home in Montreat, N.C., as well as the impactful stories of writer and speaker Laurie Coombs and Los Angeles firefighter Cheyane Caldwell.
“We are offering this as a resource for evangelism to the local church and Christians nationwide to help simply share Jesus in their communities,” said Zimmerman. “All across our Conference, churches are using the My Hope film and new disciples for Christ are being made.”
Since 2002, My Hope has been implemented in 59 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Americas, and the Middle East. More than 305,000 churches and 4 million individuals have participated, and more than 10 million salvation and rededication decisions for Jesus Christ have been recorded.
You can order a free copy of “Heaven” for your own outreach. For more information on My Hope, including tips on how the free My Hope resources can be used, visit MyHopewithBillyGraham.org or email John Zimmerman at email@example.com.