He preached to more people than anyone else in history, reaching hundreds of millions in person through his gospel crusades, on television and film, and later through the Internet. As we observe the life of Billy Graham on the 100th anniversary of his birth, we celebrate the impact he made on the church, and on the world. Born on November 7, 1918, in Charlotte, North Carolina, to parents William and Morrow Graham, he was the first of four children raised on the family’s dairy
How does one say goodbye to a legend who literally changed the world – not for himself – but for God. If that man is Billy Graham, you do so humbly and graciously. And due to a lifetime of accomplishments for God’s Kingdom, you also do so grandly. So on a crisp March Charlotte morning, dignitaries and media from around the world gathered – and shivered – under a massive tent, and they remembered this great, humble man. Read the full article on Inspiration.org Obituary of Bill
The Rev. Billy Graham, world-renowned evangelist and adviser to presidents has died. He was 99-years-old. It is believed that he preached to more people than anyone else in history, reaching hundreds of millions of people in person through his gospel crusades, on television and film, and later through the Internet... Read my complete obituary of Billy Graham on Inspiration.org. Official Billy Graham Memorial Site. #BillyGraham #RevBillyGraham #BGEA #BillyGrahamEvangelisticAss
Flashback Interview: Check out my discussion with Gordon Marcy of Christian Media 2.0 about using technology to tell people about Jesus. It's amazing how some things have changed since then, but the Gospel message and the need to share it in creative and innovative ways will never change. Read more... Dig deeper with my book NetCasters: Using the Internet to Make Fishers of Men #Netcasters #InternetEvangelism #DigitalEvangelism #DigitalDiscipleship #SouthernGospel #GoodNews #
The Internet is a dynamic tool for sharing the love of Jesus with the masses. The world is now meeting and talking on digital media — and the potential of sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ with seekers is enormous. Jesus told his disciples Peter and Andrew that he would make them "fishers of men." Today, those desiring to see people come to Christ can also become fishers of men by casting a gigantic net on "the Net". To learn more, read Chapter One from my book, "NetCasters"