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From May 30 to June 3, 1973, an estimated 3.2 million people attended the Billy Graham Crusade in Seoul, South Korea, with 1.1 million traveling—mostly by foot—to the final service on the airstrip at Yoi-do Plaza. Some 75,000 inquirers made a decision for Christ during that Crusade.
In this excerpt from “Nearing Home: Life, Faith and Finishing Well,” Billy Graham discusses his love for baseball and how God led him to ministry, when as a young kid he dreamed of playing in the Big Leagues. You might also enjoy this look back at how often Billy Graham’s ministry connected with the national …
I am often asked “what are your greatest memories of your grandfather and grandmother, Billy and Ruth Graham?” And for me it is an easy answer.
Plan your visit to the Billy Graham Library today!
Join us as we take a look back at the remarkable ways God has used Billy Graham to share the Gospel with millions.
After entering hospice care a few months ago, Billy Sides had a special request: to visit the Billy Graham Library.
See how funeral homes from around the country honored Billy Graham following his passing.
“As we turn the calendar to a new year, we once again come face-to-face with the reality that our days on this earth are numbered.”
When Hurricane Florence first began battering the North Carolina coast, many evacuees chose to wait out the storm a couple of hours inland. Quite a few of them decided to check out the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte on Thursday and Friday.
When Billy Graham said, ‘God loves you,’ a Kentucky boy felt loved for the first time.