Olympic Runner and World War II Hero, Louis Zamperini

The world is gearing up for the 2012 Olympic Games, and the Torch is making its way to Olympic Stadium in London where the cauldron will be lit during the opening ceremony Friday evening. Meet Olympic runner and World War II here, Louis Zamperini.
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The Healer of Our Broken Hearts

This year, we’ve seen a tremendous amount of suffering and tragedy. Our friends in Colorado, especially, are experiencing it firsthand as they cope with the tragic shooting in Aurora. Tragedies like this might cause certain questions to come to the surface. Fortunately, there’s an answer.
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A Classic Message from Billy Graham: Are You Getting What You Want?

We Christians have talked so much about the negative side of Christian experience that we have forgotten to emphasize the positive, joyous, thrilling and victorious experience of daily fellowship with Christ. Read along as Billy Graham reveals how God fills the deepest desires of the human heart.
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This Date in History: July 14, 1950 – Billy Graham’s First White House Visit

On July 14, 1950, a young Billy Graham made his first visit to the White House, for a meeting with President Truman. He brought along Crusade team members Grady Wilson, Cliff Barrows and Jerry Beaven. He details the account in the opening pages of Just As I Am.
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Billy Graham: A Prayer for our Nation

As we celebrate Independence Day, we are reminded of this prayer, written by Billy Graham on the National Day of Prayer in 2001. Today, we hope you will join us in giving thanks for this great nation and praying spiritual renewal.
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O Canada: 5 Memorable Canadian Billy Graham Crusades

As our neighbors to the north celebrate Canada Day this weekend (July 1), we wanted to look back at some memorable highlights of Billy Graham’s ministry in Canada through the years.
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God in the Garden

The summer of 2012 marks the 55th anniversary of the monumental New York City Crusade in 1957. More than 56,000 made commitments to Jesus Christ! Of those new believers, 22,000 were under the age of 21. Story after story of lives forever changed, many of those stories from young people leaving behind a troubled past.
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In His Own Words: 5 Things Billy Graham Said About…Parenting

It’s time for another “In His Own Words” post. This month, we shine the light on parenting and what Billy Graham has had to say through the years. Obviously, there’s plenty of material, but these pieces of advice were some of our favorites.
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This Date in History: June 3, 1957

The year was 1957, the day was June 3. The New York City Crusade Committee met and voted to officially extend the monumental Crusade to July 20, where a closing ceremony would be held at Yankee Stadium.
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The Billy Graham Library is Turning 5!

Tuesday, June 5, marks the fifth anniversary of the official public opening of the Library and its ministry in Charlotte, NC.
To mark the occasion on Tuesday, starting at 10 a.m., visitors to the Library can help us celebrate with a complimentary piece of cake and a special commemorative gift, while supplies last.
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