By Message Staff
ALEXANDRIA – Approximately 150 people out of 1,100 in attendance responded to evangelist Rick Gage’s passionate plea to make a decision for Christ during the opening night of the HOPE4U GO TELL Crusade Oct. 14.
“If a person wants to go heaven he’s got to go through Jesus,” said Gage, founder of GO TELL Crusades in Duluth, Georgia. “If you want to go to heaven my friend you’ve got to go the Jesus way.
“Jesus said only few will make it to heaven,” he explained. “Will you be one of the few who makes it to heaven?”
At the invitation, 61 came forward to declare Christ the Lord of their lives and 89 made other decisions.
The Hope4U GO TELL Crusade continues through Oct. 17 6:30 p.m. at the Rapides Parish Coliseum in Alexandria. During today’s session, evangelist Ken Freeman, founder of Ken Freeman Ministries in Martindale, Texas, will bring a Gospel message, and award-winning Christian bands Rush of Fools will be joined by the GO TELL worship team to share about Christ through music.
The crusade is part of the statewide Harvest campaign to “pray for every home and share with every person” in Louisiana through the end of 2018.
“We need to see a move of God here in central Louisiana,” Gage said. “Let’s keep praying for that. May we see a multitude of souls born into the kingdom of God in the next four days.”