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Billy Graham Sermon: Who Is My Neighbour?

In Billy Graham’s 1987 message from Columbia, South Carolina, he talked about the Christian’s response to issues of prejudice, poverty and sexual immorality. Want to read Billy’s daily devotions every day? Download the BGEA Mobile App Summer Soul Refresher: Reset Your Spiritual LifeFranklin Graham Recalls a Pivotal Walk with His Father

Franklin Graham Urges Prayer as Worldwide Coronavirus Cases Top 82,000

The new coronavirus has been making headlines for weeks now, crippling economies, cancelling school, disrupting travel and killing more than 2,800 people around the world, with new cases reported each week. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 50 countries have confirmed cases of the coronavirus, bringing the total number of those infected—most …

Nearly 90% of young Britons feel that their life lacks meaning and purpose

A worrying new survey has revealed that 89 percent of 16 to 29 year-olds in Britain believe that their life lacks purpose and meaning. However, this number significantly drops to 55 percent with the older generation (over 60s). Experts have suggested that a person’s purpose may become clearer to them with age. But younger generations …

Should Christians Celebrate Halloween?

It’s not uncommon for people to struggle with whether to celebrate Halloween. Some see it as a dark day full of evil influence while others deem it a harmless time for fun costumes and candy. This answer from the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association may offer some guidance on Halloween and even give you creative ideas for using …

Rise of UK Secularism: Less than 40 percent of the population identify as Christians

A new report has shown the rising secularism in the UK, with only 38 percent of the public identifying as Christians. The survey by the National Centre for Social Research (NCSR) revealed that the number of people describing themselves as Christians in the country has dropped dramatically since the 80s. Christians made up over half …

Establishing Peace

Before the Big Four Conference in Geneva I watched President Eisenhower kneel in a chapel and ask God for divine guidance in the deliberations to follow. I felt sure that God would answer his earnest prayer. I believe that He did, for President Eisenhower during those days displayed the spirit of a true peacemaker on …

Solving the Problem

We have accomplished much, of that there is no doubt. But with all this progress, we have not solved the basic problem of the human race.

An Angry World

The world, in the last few years, has reverted to a sort of barbarism. As practical Christianity has declined, rudeness and violence have increased. Neighbors quarrel with neighbors. Fighting is a major problem in our schools and the “gang wars” of the teenagers have come to present a serious menace in our cities. Fathers and …