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Billy Graham once said that, “The secret strength of a nation is found in the faith that abides in the hearts and homes of the country.”
Billy Graham and Ruth Bell Graham saw the importance of praying for our world leaders as well as the news media. Together, national leaders and the media have a huge impact on society. Here’s something to consider today on the National Day of Prayer.
The Lord created men and women to be dependent beings – relying on whatever will fulfill their needs. He created in them a thirst and hunger for someone larger: a creator. While Billy preaches that lost men thirst for Christ, Ruth Bell Graham reminds Christians that it is their job to give others that thirst.
Servicemen and Women Treated to a Special Lunch
Real estate entrepreneurs David and Jason Benham received national attention when their show on the HGTV network was canceled in response to some statements they had made in defense of biblical marriage—marriage between one man and one woman. The twin brothers will be at the Billy Graham Library on April 25 to sign copies of …
On Nov. 9, 1989, the Berlin Wall fell marking the end of a communist country in Germany and the new era of freedom in eastern Europe. Billy Graham had first visited behind the Iron Curtain in 1959 as a tourist and left “with a dream, a hope, and a prayer that someday I, along with others, might proclaim the Gospel throughout” those communist-run countries.
Billy Graham encourages us with seven spiritual questions from the book of 1 John, from which we might have full assurance of our relationship with God.
“It was early fall in 1940 when William Franklin Graham arrived on campus via the Wheaton College Student Trucking Service, run by Johnny Streater…” Read more from Ruth Bell Graham as she shares about her early courtship with Billy Graham.
On a busy night in December, about 800 people will take a horse-drawn carriage ride around the Billy Graham Library. They take one of 10 Victorian-style carriages pulled by horses with names like Elvis, SpongeBob and James Brown.
In this classic message, Billy Graham challenges Christians to be committed to Jesus Christ no matter the sacrifice: “Let some veterans show you the scars that they have received in battle, and you will realize how much suffering, heartache and blood our freedoms have cost.”