Vision 2020: Vision for God’s Purpose

Vision 2020: Vision for God’s Purpose

September 8, 2020

As Billy Graham grew older, he continued to travel to share the Gospel until his last Crusade in 2005 in New York at 86 years-old. He wanted to live God’s purpose for his life as long as his health would allow.

This month’s archives feature is a framed calligraphy given to Billy by Frank Harrison, Chairman and CEO of Coca-Cola Bottling Consolidated. The calligraphy reads, “As we get older, our vision should improve.  Not our vision of earth, but our vision of heaven.  Time slips.  Days pass. Years fade.  And life ends.  And what we came to do must be done while there is time.”Read more from Billy Graham about God’s purpose for each of us at:

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  1. Alton Fielding

    Several years ago I attended a Billy Graham Crusade in Nashville Tennessee…The stadium was packed out and many lost souls were let to Jesus that night…It was awesome what God did in that Crusade. A group from Cornerstone Church in Madison, TN visited the Chapel in the Grove and we also visited the Home and Library of Rev. Billy Graham…It was an awesome experience. Thank you for making it possible for us to make that trip…God Bless You…Al & Peggy Fielding.