Gallery: BGEA’s Evangelism Summit in Liverpool

Last Thursday (October 14) in Liverpool, around 500 pastors and church leaders attended the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association’s Evangelism Summit happening across the United Kingdom.
Liverpool was the second of the four-city tour being held over the span of a month. Across the first three events, already over a thousand believers have gathered in defence of the Gospel.
Speakers from across the globe delivered messages filled with God’s truth, reminding ministry leaders that the Gospel is worth fighting for.
“The Gospel has always been in attack in some way,” Amy Orr-Ewing said in her message, pointing back to the words of Jesus in John 15:18. “Let’s think about how to defend the Gospel in a hostile world.”
“The supreme purpose of us being here has been to encourage the church. This church, these pastors and church leaders have been through some difficult waters here,” said David Bruce, Billy Graham’s executive assistant for decades.
There was also time for worship and praise.
Lou and Nathan Fellingham led worship throughout the event. Acclaimed-artist Huw Priday also sang songs of praise, including the well-known song ‘I’ll Walk With God’.
The group of men from Victory Outreach—a global discipleship program for recovering drug addicts— volunteered at Liverpool’s Evangelism Summit, serving joyfully. Jesus has transformed many of their lives. Pray that the same transforming power will touch lives across the UK.