Skip to comments.Billy Graham Plans to Lead His Largest-Ever Crusade (One last time)
Posted on 05/12/2013 12:51:36 PM PDT by SeekAndFind
Billy Graham is planning to preach publicly one last timeand he wants to do it in homes across the country.
This fall, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Assocation (BGEA) will launch "My Hope America with Billy Graham," a video evangelism course that "combines the impact of video programs with the power of personal relationships." The series will allow churchgoers to host small groups and view videos culled from messages that Graham has recorded throughout his career.
But Graham says he is currently taping a message specifically for the My Hope series, and the BGEA is framing the video as Graham's last public event. In a standing column on the BGEA website entitled "Billy Graham's My Answer," a reader recently asked, "I heard the other day that you were planning to preach one more time before God takes you to heaven. Is that true?"
Graham responded: "Yes, it is true."
But although "My Hope" could signal the end of his public ministry, Graham plans to finish well, stating that the "My Hope" campaign "may be the biggest crusade we've ever held."
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I thought we weren’t allowed to say “crusade” in America anymore. It “offends” the Religion of Peacers and they have some kind of “constitutional” right not to be “offended”.
It's been done already in several dozen countries since 2006...with an average of two people being saved per household gathering...
Do we get to kill Muzzies?
I saw an ad recently on cults and he was pictured. I have never seen anything that would be anywhere near a cult. I could understand Manson and Jones but never Graham.
Graham Crusades are sometimes criticized for pushing “cheap Grace”. When they do their altar call, many of the people walking to the stage are actually counselors.
Ray Comfort said the BGEA had reported that the majority of people who sign the card at a crusade are not in a church a year later.
That isn’t Billy Graham’s fault. He just preaches the gospel. Billy Graham is only responsible to fulfill his calling as an evangelist, and that he has done. People make a decision and many fall away - the Bible talks about this.
....”the majority of people who sign the card at a crusade are not in a church a year later”.....
Many kids who are raised in Christian homes are not in church a year after they graduate either. That does not mean they won’t be at a later date. Same for those in the Crusades.