In His Own Words – Billy Graham on My Hope America

In just two weeks, individuals and more than 25,000 churches from across the country who have signed up to participate in My Hope America with Billy Graham will join with their neighbors, friends, family and colleagues to watch Billy Graham’s Gospel presentation through “The Cross.” In a recent letter, Billy Graham shared the following thoughts …

 

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 …

 

Finding Hope in Tragedy

In December, Cissie Graham Lynch – the granddaughter of Billy Graham and daughter of Franklin Graham – shared this article about finding hope in times of chaos in the wake of the Boston marathon bombing and the disaster in Texas. Today as we watch news of massive flooding of “Biblical proportions” in Colorado, the shooting …

 

September 11

“My prayer today is that we will feel the loving arms of God wrapped around us, and will know in our hearts that He will never forsake us as we trust in Him.” – Billy Graham

A Poem by Ruth Bell Graham – Mother’s Together

As children across the country enter a new year of school, we take the time to look at one of Ruth’s prayers about watching her daughter, Virginia, grow into a young mother herself.   May your moments with your children be full and blessed.   It seems but yesterday you lay new in my arms. …

 

Day by Day with Billy Graham

Did you know that Billy Graham’s devotional “Day by Day” is available on the Bible app? Now it’s even easier than ever to spend time in the Word. The 366 day devotional plan shares a reflection from Billy Graham and takes you to the Scripture in which the entry parallels. Day 37’s reading is from …

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 …

 

A Poem by Ruth Bell Graham

Ruth Bell Graham knew the importance and transcendence of time. In her book, “It’s My Turn,” an entry from her journal catches a glimpse into her prayers from that day. And she simply recalls, “There is still time.” She knew that her own life was one of God’s works-in-progress. Ruth once drove by a construction …

 

Remembering Ruth Bell Graham

Ruth Bell Graham was a woman who many family and friends recall as the most godly person they ever encountered. Full of wit and a passion for helping others, Ruth passed on June 14, 2007. Ruth’s sister, Virginia Somerville, shared this about her: “When she was 13, Ruth wrote a poem about Chinese graves. It …