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Billy Graham answers: “Why is it that so many prayers are unanswered? In fact, I wonder if there is anything to prayer at all.”
George Beverly Shea, 104, soloist of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA), passed away yesterday.
In the United States, with mid-April comes Tax Day, that dreaded time of year when we wrestle with paperwork and receipts in hopes of a lower tax bill or a larger refund. Billy Graham has addressed a number of questions concerning taxes through the years in his column My Answer. Here, he directly addresses an important question: what does God have to do with taxes?
Becoming a Christian is the work of a moment; being a Christian is the work of a lifetime. Read more from Billy Graham.
As he celebrates his 90th birthday on Saturday, Cliff Barrows is an example of a life lived wholeheartedly for Jesus Christ. Still sharp as a tack, Scripture rolls off Barrows’ tongue as he doles out wisdom gained over the course of 90 years on this planet.
Three generations of Graham evangelists – Billy, Franklin and Will – answer this question: What does Easter me to me?
Debbie Hall and her husband are restaurant managers with conflicting schedules. They don’t get much time together but did take a Valentine’s Day trip to the Billy Graham Library.
The press has always been an important part of the ministry of Billy Graham, and it remains important to the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association today. On March 6, 1955, Billy Graham made his first appearance on NBC’s “Meet the Press” program.
George Beverly Shea turns 104 on Friday, Feb. 1! Please join us in wishing him a happy birthday. The Billy Graham Library will host an exhibit in tribute to him from Feb. 1 to March 31.
As the nation prepares for the inauguration of our 44th president Barack Obama’s second term, take a walk with us as we look at some memorable inaugurations where Billy Graham or Franklin Graham delivered the invocation.