Franklin Graham to Bring 'Hope' to Haiti Sunday

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It's been nearly one year since a massive earthquake killed more than a quarter of a million people in Haiti, and left nearly one million homeless.

Evangelist Franklin Graham has been invited by 75 church leaders in the country to remind Haitians there is hope in God.

Graham will hold a "Festival of Hope" on Sunday, Jan. 9 in Port-au-Prince's national soccer stadium. 

Click here to watch a LIVE WEBCAST of the Festival of Hope in Haiti with Franklin Graham at 1:30 p.m. ET.

He will be joined by musician Michael W. Smith and Haitian worship leaders.

More than 500 Haitian churches are working together to bring their neighbors to the event.

Graham is president and CEO of the charity Samaritan's Purse and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. BGEA sent chaplains to Haiti following the earthquake. The organization reports nearly 1,400 Haitians have accepted Christ since the disaster.

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