Over 25,000 churches are participating in the project, which is the culmination of the "My Hope America with Billy Graham" project.
"It is one of his strongest evangelistic films that my father has done in this 60 years of his ministry," says Franklin Graham. "It is extremely powerful with several testimonies, and with this message of the cross, and it's a message from my father today from his home there in North Carolina."
It will be aired on AFR at 6:30 (CST), and on participating TV and cable networks that are listed at watchbillygraham.org.
Franklin says his father's mind is "very sharp," even at 95.
"If you were to talk to him, he would probably give you a long list of things that hurt or don't work quite right," says the son. "For 95, his mind is very sharp and he's just slow. That happens when you turn 95."
Graham has invited several hundred people to his birthday party, many of whom are not saved, but it's a certainty they will receive an invitation to change that.