Tonight’s Carter Report meeting in Port Moresby didn’t just astound the audience. It also astounded John Carter himself. “This is the greatest meeting I’ve been in in my life,” he said. Pastor Carter preached on “Christ, the man who wrote his own life story before he was born.” Then he made an altar to an…

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John Carter has issued orders that no team members are to make personal estimates of the audience size at Port Moresby. He doesn’t want exaggerated guesses circulating about how big the meetings are. You don’t need to exaggerate when you have 110,000 people attending (as we did tonight in the meeting that finished two hours ago.) There…

More than 100,000 people attended the third night of John Carter’s evangelistic program in Port Moresby. The Sir John Guise Stadium was so full there was no room to move. People sitting on the grass of the football field were packed far closer together than on the opening night. Plus thousands more were unable to…

  About 10,000 extra people today attended the second of John Carter’s public meetings. Word of mouth is very powerful advertising here in Papua New Guinea. If an evangelistic program is good, people will talk about it. And if it is very good – like John’s – people will talk about a lot. And a lot…

JOHN CARTER  last night spoke to the largest audience in his 50-year career as an evangelist. The Sir John Guise Stadium in Port Moresby PNG was packed, totally packed. There was no more room in the main stadium, or in the bleachers. But how many people were there is open to question. Some people say…

The Carter Report evangelistic campaign in Port Moresby is able to start today as scheduled. A marathon effort by workers yesterdy solved safety concerns and cleared most of the backlog of setup work. The first program will begin at 6 p.m. today (local time). That 1 a.m. Friday July 27 Californian time. See previous stories for…

The Carter Report evangelistic program in Port Moresby is in danger of not being able to start as scheduled tomorrow night. This is not only the biggest program ever attempted by the Carter Report. It is also the worst crisis it has ever faced. Organizers lost about 75% of this week’s set-up time from local…

The Carter Report program starting in 34 hours is proving to be much more difficult than other campaigns. One reason is that it is at an outdoor venue. "Being outdoors is many times harder, says Beverley Carter. Extra care is needed to protect the equipment. Meetings can be hit by showers and storms. And they are…

Evangelist John Carter is currently on a Virgin Airlines jet, about to land in Papua New Guinea, the largest island in the South Pacific. On Friday night he will step on a stage in the capital city of Port Moresby with probably 100,000 people in front of him. In fact, organisers are preparing to cater for…

John Carter steps on a plane in twelve hours for the final leg of a flight to Port Moresby in the South Pacific. There he will run one of the largest evangelistic campaigns in Christian history. Organizers are expecting 100,000 a night for the 15 days of meetings. But they’ve set up the giant stadium…

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