Korean Children’s Choir Visits Library

May 12, 2015

Categories: Event Photos

Billy Kim introduced the choir. Kim is a Korean pastor who interpreted Billy Graham's sermons during Mr. Graham's largest Crusade ever in Seoul, Korea, in 1973.
The Far East Broadcasting Company (FEBC) is a ministry organization that helps spread the Gospel. An FEBC children's choir brought big smiles to BGEA employees Monday morning before heading to the Library.
The children, all from South Korea, were on a two-week tour around the United States.
The children sang "When the Saints Go Marching In" and "God Bless America."
Each child ventured into the audience at BGEA to melt hearts with affectionate hugs and a few words: "God bless you."
The children were also excited to visit the Billy Graham Library.
Bessie the cow, an animatronic homage to Billy Graham's upbringing on a dairy farm, is a favorite with children. It's at the entrance to the Library's Journey of Faith tour.
Listening to a message from Billy Graham featured in one of the Library's exhibits.
Singing for visitors, volunteers and employees in the Library lobby.
Walking through the final Library exhibit.

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