If you can't make it to the Franklin Graham Festival in Tennessee this weekend, you can still catch it from your own home.
For the first time, the festival will be broadcast on the Internet. People across the world can watch the entire event as it is happening live in Knoxville.
"This is an important way to use today's technology to broaden the outreach that we have in Knoxville," said Franklin Graham, president of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.
"We typically reach thousands each night in an arena, but now it is possible to reach millions at the same time," he added.
The festival this weekend, April 25-27, can be viewed at BillyGraham.org and will feature the Gospel presentation, a youth night, and many musical performances.
BGEA plans to continue using the Internet to offer live broadcasts of future festivals.