Billy Graham's 'Last Crusade' Kicks Off This Week




Andrea Billups
04 Nov 2013

Thousands of families and churches across North America are inviting friends and neighbors this week for food and conversation — and the chance to see the Rev. Billy Graham’s last crusade.

Graham and the leadership of his North Carolina-based evangelistic association are planning a massive North America event called My Hope America, where small groups of people will join for dinner in homes and churches to watch a videotaped program that celebrates Graham’s simple and powerful message of Christian salvation.

Over 25,000 churches are signed up to participate in the 30-minute broadcast event, which culminates a ministry that has traveled the globe for decades as Graham, who turns 95 years old on the first day of the Nov. 7-10 event, shared the gospel of Jesus Christ to the far corners of the world…

…The Rev. Franklin Graham, son of the world-renowned evangelist, told Newsmax TV that the event will be his father’s “last call.”

“It is a tremendous film. It’ll be his last call. It’s called My Hope America. My father has hope. Ever since he was 16 years of age he’s had hope and that’s because at 16 he gave his life to Christ,” said Graham, president and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association...


Read the entire article at Newsmax.



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ASHEVILLE, N.C. — At 95 and in frail health, Billy Graham often resists family entreaties to make excursions from his mountaintop home. But the nation’s most famous evangelist attended a birthday celebration Thursday night that featured hundreds of well-wishers and what is being characterized as his final sermon.

In a video that was recorded over the canada viagra pharmacies scam past year, Graham delivered his familiar message about the saving power of Jesus Christ and expressed concern about the nation’s direction. “Our country’s in great need of a spiritual awakening,” he declared. “There have been times that I’ve wept as I’ve gone from city to city and I’ve seen how far people have wandered from God.”…


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