5 Things the Bible Says About Grace

The Bible says that “…where sin abounded, grace abounded much more… (Romans 5:20).” This has been the Gospel message from the start. The abundance of grace available through the work of Jesus Christ far surpasses the quantity of sin.

 

From Billy Graham to the Graduate

God calls us to invest our time, our very lives, primarily in people, not in projects or possessions. We are to behave like Jesus. He’s our example; He lived and died for others. Jesus told his disciples, “Lay up for yourselves, treasures in heaven.”

 

A Poem from Ruth Bell Graham: Home Address

This short, but powerful, poem from Ruth Bell Graham reminds us to keep our focus on Christ. And, that wherever God has placed us on this earth, it is for a purpose: to tell others about the hope that we have found in a relationship with Jesus Christ.

 

Billy Graham: What is God Like?

Some see God as a harsh father, waiting to punish His children when they do something wrong. Others perceive God as unable to handle the evil on earth, or indifferent to the suffering caused by it. God’s love is unchangeable; He knows exactly what we are and loves us anyway.

 

Event Preview: 2nd Annual Easter Celebration

Join us for our second annual Easter celebration on March 23 from 10 a.m. to noon. It’s a special morning filled with activities for your children as they honor the risen King.

 

Blogging Year in Review: 6 Most Popular Posts from 2012

As we near the end of the year, we are taking a look back at a few of the most popular posts from 2012. These posts were the most read, shared and commented-on posts of the year. These are the 6 most popular posts of the past year.

 

Changed Hearts

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.

 

At the Foot of the Cross

In November 2008, a cancer-ridden man begrudgingly entered the Billy Graham Library. Little did he know he would leave a different person.