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Behind the Library – Children and Youth

It’s been a few months since we’ve taken you inside the ministry of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association to see what else is going on. After this past Saturday’s Sharing God’s Love event (see pictures on our Facebook page) hosted by our Children’s & Youth Evangelism Training staff, there’s no better time than now to …

 

Staff Picks – College Care Pack

Ruth Graham once wrote, “Dear Journal, Never let a single day pass without saying an encouraging word to each child . . . ‘More people fail for lack of encouragement,’ someone wrote, ‘than for any other reason.”

 

In His Own Words – Being a Father

God’s ideal for the home is to have both the father and the mother available to their children throughout their growing years. But sometimes separation can’t be avoided. Over the years, the BGEA and the Team became my second family without me realizing it. Ruth says those of us who were off traveling missed the …

How do I teach my children to pray?

We all want to do what’s best for our children. But what happens who we don’t know where to start? When we’ve reached an impasse or don’t have the answers ourselves? Billy Graham speaks to a basic faith development moment in “My Answer.” Sometimes our little boy refuses to say his prayers. What should we …

 

Readers Theater with Kelly Chapman

On July 24, we invite you to bring your children to the Billy Graham Library for a special event. You’ll see author Kelly Chapman’s beloved characters from her books, Princess with a Purpose and A Warrior Prince for God, come to life through stage performances, interactive lessons, and more.

 

In His Own Words: 5 Things Billy Graham Said About…Parenting

It’s time for another “In His Own Words” post. This month, we shine the light on parenting and what Billy Graham has had to say through the years. Obviously, there’s plenty of material, but these pieces of advice were some of our favorites.