By: Annie Hamilton
‘Are you a millionaire, daddy?’ Judith asked her father. It was not long after decimal currency had been introduced into Australia.
‘No,’ he replied. ‘But it will make it a lot easier for me to get there now that the pound is worth two dollars.’ Continue reading “Coles Supermarket Founder Paid for Billy Graham’s Crusade TV Broadcast”
Above: Young people pour out their hearts in worship and prayer at a packed Melbourne Arena on Saturday, February 16. Image: Facebook / Franklin Graham
By: Clare Bruce
It’s the roar of a packed stadium bursting with joy, as hundreds of people respond to God’s love and make decisions to follow Jesus. Continue reading “Franklin Graham Tour Brings 59,000 Australians Together – And Counting”
By: Warren Nunn
Six decades after the first Billy Graham crusade drew enormous crowds, his son Franklin is coming back to Australia to mark the special anniversary. Continue reading “Son Honours Father for Australian Anniversary of Billy Graham Crusade”
By: Sheridan Voysey
A college dropout farm boy from North Carolina finds faith, starts to preach, begins travelling the world, meets dictators, becomes a confidante to presidents, becomes a media entrepreneur, catalyses dozens of global ministries, and ends his days as the most influential and best-loved evangelist in history.
Such is the Billy Graham story. Continue reading “Eight Lessons to Learn From the Life of Billy Graham (1918-2018)”
By: Clare Bruce
In his 99 years on earth, Billy Graham touched the lives of millions, helped shape evangelical Christian culture, and at the height of his popularity, even lowered crime rates in cities including Sydney and Melbourne. Continue reading “Farewell, Billy Graham – Fiery US Gospel Preacher who Put Brakes on Australia’s Crime Rates”