Franklin Graham to Share Easter Message on Fox News Sunday Morning

On Sunday, April 12, Franklin Graham will share a special Easter message on Fox News from New York City, the national center of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We’re celebrating Easter. We celebrate the day that Jesus Christ came up out of the grave,” Franklin Graham said. “He’s alive, and He’ll come into each and every heart that is willing to trust Him by faith.”

Graham will share a few short stories from the Bible of people who had lost hope, were afraid and felt helpless—and the difference that Jesus made in their lives.

“Nobody expected this storm, but it has gripped the entire world, and there are people that have lost absolutely all hope,” Graham said during his time in the heart of New York. “Jesus Christ is the hope that the world is looking for.”

The 30-minute message will feature music from Michael W. Smith. Both Graham and Smith, who have partnered to share the Gospel at several Franklin Graham Festivals over the years, visited NYC earlier this week.

Tune in to Fox News at 10 a.m. ET to watch Franklin Graham’s Easter message.

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