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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.
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.
On Memorial Day, as we honor those who have paid the ultimate price for our freedom, we wanted to share these excerpts from Billy Graham’s “I Saw Your Sons at War,” his diary of his visit to Korea in 1953 during the height of the Korean War.
In this new feature on the blog, we’ll take a city where multiple Billy Graham Crusades were held, and we’ll tell you a little more about those events. We may as well start with Billy Graham’s hometown and the home of The Billy Graham Library – Charlotte, N.C.
As we look to honor mothers this weekend, we wanted to share some classic thoughts from Billy Graham, taken from his autobiography Just As I Am.
Every day at the Billy Graham Library, there are stories of lives that have been forever changed. What starts as a simple visit ends with an incredible encounter and the beginning, or strengthening, of a relationship with Jesus Christ. Here are some of the stories we’ve heard recently.
Come see us at the Billy Graham Library on Friday, April 13, from 1 to 2 p.m. for a book signing with Dr. Henry Blackaby, who has written numerous best-sellers, including Experiencing God: Knowing and Doing the Will of God. Pick up one of Henry Blackaby’s books at Ruth’s Attic bookstore, or bring one of your own copies for him to sign.
In November 2008, a cancer-ridden man begrudgingly entered the Billy Graham Library. Little did he know he would leave a different person.
Treasured Moments with Mother Graham is a collection of daily devotions built from the diary of Rose Adams. Each entry includes a word of Truth from Mother Graham, a related Scripture and application, a recollection from Rose Adams to Billy Graham on the context and meaning of this teaching from his mother, and finally is complemented by reflections from Billy Graham.
I have become a regular volunteer at the Library. I’ve realized that this place is such an instrument that God uses.I know that it’s not the building itself, but God is in this place.