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New Exhibit: Rooted in Prayer – Biblical Truths for Everyday Living

A new exhibit has opened at the Billy Graham Library called, “Rooted in Prayer – Biblical Truths for Everyday Living.” It shares a glimpse into the heart of Billy Graham and over 70 years of ministry grounded in prayer. The exhibit runs from May through the end of June. Admission to this exhibit and to the Library is free.

 

George Beverly Shea at 104

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.

 

There’s a Purpose

ix months after the assassination of President Kennedy, on May 17, 1964, a special memorial service was held at Kenan Stadium on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Billy Graham offered a tribute to the President, in which he shares a personal memory of an important conversation.

 

New Exhibit: God’s Ambassador to World Leaders

We have just unveiled a new exhibit at the Billy Graham Library called “Billy Graham: God’s Ambassador to World Leaders.” It showcases Billy Graham’s relationships with United States presidents, as well as other heads of state and world leaders.

 

The Power of Christ in the Home

A new exhibit at the Billy Graham Library entitled “The Power of Christ in the Home” opens next week (May 1)! It focuses on the importance of a Christ-centered home, through personal notes, rare photos, and other family memorabilia from the home of Billy Graham’s parents, Frank and Morrow Graham.

 

Last Month to See Ethel Waters Exhibit

There’s still time to see The Ethel Waters Exhibit: His Eye Is On The Sparrow. It runs through the end of March. Ethel Waters (1896-1977) was one of the most influential African American women in history. She began her career as a jazz singer in the 20’s and 30’s and went on to become an …

 

Exhibit to Honor Legendary Performer Ethel Waters

For nearly twenty years, she warmed hearts and shared the stage with Billy Graham at his Crusades. Starting Wednesday and running through the end of March, legendary African-American actress, singer and entertainer Ethel Waters will be celebrated at the Billy Graham Library with a special exhibit entitled “Ethel Waters: His Eye is on the Sparrow.”