Billy Graham and the Cold War

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’s beginnings with Youth for Christ

Billy Graham served as the first full-time evangelist with Youth for Christ. Several memorabilia items from his days with Youth for Christ were recently added to the Journey of Faith at the Billy Graham Library.

 

Summer is here!

Summer is here! Relaxing might mean something different for everyone in your family. We have something in store for everyone this summer at the Billy Graham Library. Ruth’s Attic Bookstore has lots of treasures for mom – from books and Bibles, to apparel and jewelry. Bring your girlfriends for a morning trip and reflect in …

 

Olympic Runner and World War II Hero, Louis Zamperini

The world is gearing up for the 2012 Olympic Games, and the Torch is making its way to Olympic Stadium in London where the cauldron will be lit during the opening ceremony Friday evening. Meet Olympic runner and World War II here, Louis Zamperini.