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TripAdvisor.com, the world’s top travel website, recently awarded the Billy Graham Library a Certificate of Excellence, placing it in the top-performing 10 percent of attractions worldwide.
The Billy Graham Library hosted a book signing with Stormie Omartian on May 9, 2013. Dozens of readers – both women and men – lined up to share how her books have impacted their lives.
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Kendra Graham, wife of Billy Graham's grandson, Will, spoke at the 2013 Ladies Tea and Tour. Women gathered for food, fellowship and a tour of the Billy Graham Library. Kendra spoke about the faithfulness of God, our shepherd.
George Beverly Shea, 104, of Montreat, N.C., soloist of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, died following a brief illness. The beloved gospel singer teamed up with Billy Graham for more than 60 years.
Despite the rain, the event drew 125 children to the Library to make Easter ornaments, have story time and get their pictures taken with three lambs.
The car Barbara and her fiancé were driving broke down one exit down from the Library. Debbie visited the Library in honor of someone else, and decided to pay it forward.
A marketing group names the Billy Graham Library as top religious destination.
George Beverly Shea, affectionately known as "America's Beloved Gospel Singer," turned 104 on Feb. 1. Here, his son and wife recall fond memories of Mr. Shea and talk about his impact on the world. The Billy Graham Library will honor Mr. Shea in a special exhibit through March 31.
A Library volunteer recently witnessed her own husband give his life to Christ after going through the Journey of Faith tour. It was an answer to 24 years of prayer.
One of the Billy Graham Library's main attractions at Christmas is the live nativity. But how much work goes into choosing the camel, training elusive sheep and keeping the goats from taking Mary's seat on the hay bale? Petting zoo owner Jodi Gray offers a look behind the nativity scene.
The Billy Graham Library welcomes Bobby Richardson, second baseman for the New York Yankees and 1960 World Series MVP, on Saturday, Oct. 27, from 10 to 11 a.m. to sign copies of his new book, Impact Player. Read more about Richardson's faith journey here.
This year, more than 850 riders rumbled into the Billy Graham Library parking lot bringing 1,474 boxes for Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child – the biggest contribution from the event to date.
Because so many people wanted to witness Graham’s powerful preaching for themselves, Bob Neff Sr. quickly ran out of transportation and had to turn some people away. But the idea of taking large groups to a Christian function planted an idea in his head.
The fifth annual Teddy Bear Tea will be held Dec. 1 for children ages 5 and up.
Billy Graham has counseled every U.S. president since Harry Truman and multiple leaders from around the world. Find personal letters, photos and other memorabilia in the Library's newest exhibit.
First Readers Theater Features Children's Author Kelly Chapman
Library volunteers witness God’s goodness every day. It’s in the people they meet, their stories and the timing of it all. Here are just three examples of the Library’s powerful ministry.
June 5 marked the Library’s five-year anniversary. Guests celebrated the milestone with cake and a commemorative gift. But what does it take to keep the Library running? Take a look behind the scenes.
All five of Billy Graham’s children grew up in a Christian home, but what was Billy’s upbringing like? In a new exhibit called The Power of Christ in the Home at the Billy Graham Library, visitors will find rare photos and other memorabilia from Frank and Morrow Graham, as well as quotes from their children about growing up in the Graham home.
Fleet Kirkpatrick, an 81-year-old pastor who regularly volunteers at the Billy Graham Library, finds joy in sharing the Gospel despite his failing health.
Author Henry Blackaby recently visited the Billy Graham Library to sign his books, including his most popular, "Experiencing God.
Visitors to the Billy Graham Library aren't the only ones blessed by this tribute to the great evangelist's life work. Volunteers have their own stories to tell.
The Library's first-ever Easter celebration was held Saturday and could become an annual event.
Thousands of people visited the Billy Graham Library last month for the annual Christmas at the Library events. Some came away committing their lives to Christ. Others found inspiration and encouragement.
Home gives glimpse of godly family.
The Library's fourth annual event keeps the holiday Christ-centered — one of the main draws, visitors say.
Nearly 200 girls and boys got a sweet taste of Christmas at the fourth annual Teddy Bear Tea Dec. 3.
The Billy Graham Library has unveiled a new exhibit, "Ruth Bell Graham: The Heart of a Missionary," focusing on her deep desire to share the Love of Christ with the world, one person at a time.
Fans of all ages came out by the hundreds to meet World War II hero and former Olympian Louis Zamperini at the Billy Graham Library June 10, 2011. The subject of Laura Hillenbrand's bestselling book, Unbroken, Zamperini accepted Christ at the 1949 Los Angeles Billy Graham Crusade.
Former Olympian and World War II hero Louis Zamperini spoke with BGEA about how author Laura Hillenbrand ending up telling his story in the bestselling book “Unbroken,” and how God is using the book to change lives.
More than 100 Southern Gospel artists joined Bill and Gloria Gaither for a musical journey back in time on the grounds of the Billy Graham Library Tuesday, May 3.
A new sculpture at the Billy Graham Library based on The Parable of The Sower & The Soils vividly depicts the Gospel story. The bronze figure is designed to inspire visitors to sow seeds wherever they go.
President George W. Bush and his wife, Laura, made history today at the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, NC.
A young lady who drove more than 11 hours from Michigan and a grateful cancer survivor were among thousands who braved sleet and long lines for the hottest ticket in town.
Nearly 1,000 motorcyclists revved their way to the Billy Graham Library recently, their saddlebags brimming with gifts for Operation Christmas Child.
The Billy Graham Library took center stage Oct. 10 as Jan Crouch and a crew from Trinity Broadcasting Network taped an episode of “Praise the Lord” inside the recently refurbished facility.