However, I consider my life worth nothing to me; my only aim is to finish the race and complete the task the Lord Jesus has given me—the task of testifying to the good news of God’s grace (Acts 20:24). Danny Lotz spoke those words just three months ago but lived them out for many decades […]
August 2015 marks 50 years since President Eisenhower invited Billy Graham to lunch at his farm in Gettysburg, PA. While not the first time that the two held an audience with each other, Billy’s visit that day seemed pivotal in the President’s understanding of the Gospel.
Many law enforcement officers put on their uniforms and go to work with a basic desire at their core—to protect and serve. The oath means something to them. They want to help people. But the daily grind can fatigue even the best, and on Friday, the Billy Graham Library opened its doors for a Law […]
On August 13, 1943, Billy Graham married Ruth McCue Bell in the Gaither Chapel in Montreat, N.C. Ruth wrote this poem / prayer about her impending marriage: Various mementos from Billy and Ruth’s wedding are on display in the Billy Graham Library’s Journey of Faith. Some of the items guests can see while visiting the […]
How do you express remorse? In the Bible people would often tear their clothes to pieces. For example, people would often tear their clothes after hearing that a loved one had died. This would demonstrate that their hearts were emotionally torn. In Joel 2:12, God was tired of seeing people try to show the world […]