Will Graham, grandson of the Rev. Billy Graham, is following in his grandfather's footsteps "down under."
Seventeen churches in the city of Orange, Australia, gathered recently for a series of "Reality' events with Will Graham.
Will, the oldest son of Franklin Graham, urged attendees to make a personal commitment to Christ.
Holding up a pen and a sheet of paper, he explained that a pen is only useful when it's used by its master. He said the same holds true for people.
"You can only fulfill the purpose of your life, like the pen, when you surrender it over to your master--in this case, God," he explained.
"And there's many of you like this pen, you're just sitting around with so much potential, but you're never fulfilling what you were created for and you were created for a relationship with God," he told the crowd.
More than 2,000 Australians attended the weekend meetings in Orange.
Afterwards, Will Graham held a series of "Reality" gatherings in Bathurst, Lithgow, and Sydney.