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Will Graham to Follow in Grandfather’s Footsteps as He Preaches in Scotland

“Gie it laldy,” an old Scottish saying goes. Meaning—to do something with gusto. That’s how Will Graham, who’s three-fourths Scottish himself, will likely present the Gospel at the Central Scotland Celebration of Hope in Falkirk. >> This weekend: Watch live as Will Graham preaches at the Central Scotland Celebration, joined by Aaron Shust, Newsboys and …

[Scotland] You could Become a Spiritual Superpower

“[Scotland] You Could Become a Spiritual Superpower” Many Scots remember Billy Graham and his 1955 All Scotland Mission in Glasgow with real affection. Several decades later, they welcomed him back as if he were a long-lost son. Civic leaders of all shares of political loyalty publicly associated themselves with SCOTLAND 91, which was centred on …

Reaching Out To North Korea

THIS ARTICLE IS TAKEN FROM THE SEPTEMBER ’07 EDITION OF DECISION MAGAZINE   During July and August, flooding in the Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea killed hundreds and wiped out thousands of homes, power stations, crops and roads. The weeks following brought additional danger in the form of waterborne diseases. Samaritan’s Purse chartered the …

Franklin Graham Helps Build Trust in North Korea

THIS ARTICLE WAS FIRST PUBLISHED IN 2009 Franklin Graham, president of the BGEA and Samaritan’s Purse, met with government officials, visited medical projects, and pledged more aid during an Oct. 12-15 visit to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), known to most as North Korea. This was his third trip to the country rarely …

The Graham Family Legacy in North Korea

Franklin’s father, Billy, visited the DPRK in 1992 and 1994, and his mother Ruth returned in 1997 after attending high school in Pyongyang in the 1930s. “When I was growing up my mother spoke often about her experiences here, and one of the high points of her life was the opportunity she had to return …

Even After His Passing, Billy Graham’s Work Continues Online

“I am convinced the greatest act of love we can ever perform for people is to tell them about God’s love for them in Christ.” —Billy Graham Billy Graham lived his life loving God and loving people. Even in death, the evangelist’s words are touching people’s souls and pointing them to Christ through his ongoing ministry. …

Central Scotland Celebration Of Hope – Get involved

Between June 15th – 17th Will Graham will be sharing the Gospel at Falkirk Stadium.     What to expect? Since 1950, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association has held Crusades all across the globe for one purpose: to proclaim God’s love to people who need Jesus Christ. Today, Will Graham Celebrations continue this life-changing mission. …

Lancashire Festival Of Hope

Between September 21st -23rd Franklin Graham will be sharing the Gospel at Blackpool Winter Gardens.
Find out more and get involved.

Franklin Graham’s Gospel Message Resonates in Portugal

The Festival drew the saved and unsaved from across Portugal to Lisbon’s Campo Pequeno stadium. In a country where evangelicals make up only 3 percent of the population, there’s an uphill battle to share Christ.

But the responses at each service showed the power of the Gospel message to overcome any obstacle.

Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

At 6:01 p.m. on April 4, 1968, a shot rang out. Dr Martin Luther King Jr., who had been standing on the balcony of his room at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee, now lay sprawled on the balcony’s floor. A gaping wound covered a large portion of his jaw and neck. Billy Graham was …

A First in Portugal: Franklin Graham in Lisbon

Between April 7-8, the Festival of Hope (Festival da Esperança) with Franklin Graham will be held in Lisbon, Portugal. This marks the first time the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) has held a Crusade event in the Mediterranean country.