The Greater Klamath CityFest, organized by fifty-three churches across the Klamath Falls Basin, brought together over 13,000 individuals who worshipped God, engaged in prayer, and received the Gospel message during Memorial Day weekend. Under the leadership of evangelist Andrew Palau and his wife, Wendy, the campaign included various events throughout the area. These gatherings encompassed dinners, outreach programs for prisons and youth, as well as a concert featuring renowned artists such as Ryan Stevenson, Newsboys, and Marisol Park. With the intention of fostering a more cohesive and family-oriented community, CityFest was established by the Palau Foundation. At the event, the Gospel message resonated with over 600 individuals who responded by accepting Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.
CBN News reports:
Several years of prayer and preparation have led to one of the biggest faith events to ever take place in a small town in Oregon. And hundreds of people have given their lives to Christ as a result.
Fifty-three churches across the Klamath Falls Basin organized the Greater Klamath CityFest where more than 13,000 people worshipped God, prayed, and heard the Gospel message on Memorial Day weekend.
The campaign, led by evangelist Andrew Palau and his wife, Wendy, featured gatherings throughout the region, including dinners, prison and youth outreaches, and a concert with award-winning artists Newsboys, Ryan Stevenson, and Marisol Park.
“Nothing brings me greater joy than partnering with other faithful believers to lift up the name of Jesus in a community,” Andrew Palau said. “We have seen such a tremendous response to this Gospel message across the globe. And it was no different here in Klamath Falls.”
It’s being described as an event that brought the town of Klamath Falls together.
More than 600 people responded to the Gospel message and accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.
One user on Instagram commented, “It means immensely more than one can describe seeing the greater Klamath Church all gathered together to praise and lead people to Jesus. This is the beginning of revival here in our Basin. We believe!”
“I have never seen an event bring our town together like this. I hope more opportunities come our way,” another user added.
The Palau Foundation created CityFest with the idea of building a stronger family-oriented community.
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