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From Billy Graham to the Graduate

God calls us to invest our time, our very lives, primarily in people, not in projects or possessions. We are to behave like Jesus. He’s our example; He lived and died for others. Jesus told his disciples, “Lay up for yourselves, treasures in heaven.”
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Remembering Ruth Bell Graham

Ruth Bell Graham was a woman who many family and friends recall as the most godly person they ever encountered. Full of wit and a passion for helping others, Ruth passed on June 14, 2007. Ruth’s sister, Virginia Somerville, shared this about her: “When she was 13, Ruth wrote a poem about Chinese graves. It …
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Billy Graham: Why do prayers go unanswered?

Billy Graham answers: “Why is it that so many prayers are unanswered? In fact, I wonder if there is anything to prayer at all.”
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Summer is here!

Summer is here! Relaxing might mean something different for everyone in your family. We have something in store for everyone this summer at the Billy Graham Library. Ruth’s Attic Bookstore has lots of treasures for mom – from books and Bibles, to apparel and jewelry. Bring your girlfriends for a morning trip and reflect in …
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June 3, 1973: Billy Graham Preaches to 1.1 million in Korea

On this date in 1973, Billy Graham closed his 5-day Seoul, Korea Crusade in front of a crowd estimated by local officials to exceed 1.1 million. Over the course of the Crusade, Mr. Graham preached to more than 3 million, which topped the totals of the historic 16-week, 1957 New York City Crusade. These excerpts from John Pollock’s authorized biography of Billy Graham, The Billy Graham Story, give us insight into that historic day.
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Ruth Bell Graham

“A Foreign Devil in China” written by John Pollock informs us well of Ruth Bell’s early years. Her parents were Presbyterian missionaries serving in China. Ruth was born at home at the mission station. While her sister Rosa had a real interest in music and especially piano, Ruth loved painting and showed a real interest …
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Staff Picks from Ruth’s Attic Bookstore: Father’s Day Gift Ideas

Father’s Day is June 16! In today’s edition of “Staff Picks from Ruth’s Attic,” we present some gift ideas for Dad.
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A Poem from Ruth Bell Graham

By Ruth Bell Graham On this Memorial Day, we reflect on all those who gave their lives serving their country with this touching poem from Sitting by My Laughing Fire which was written by Ruth for the wives and families of those Missing in Action.   Death — death can be faced, dealt with, adjusted to, …
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Memorable Moments – “God Speed” from Indy

Memorial Day often signifies the beginning of summer – a time filled with picnics, barbeques, swimming pools and social gatherings.  Many families across the U.S. will start this weekend commemorating Memorial Day with parades, remembrance ceremonies, and visits to historic monuments and memorial sites. One iconic event that takes place each Memorial Day weekend is …
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Prayers for Oklahoma

The strength and unity of Oklahomans will once again prevail. We hope that you will join us in continuing to lift up all those affected by the tornadoes in the Midwest in prayer.
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