The Reverend Franklin Graham recently stated that Christians need to vote come November and that might include having to choose "the least heathen of the two."
In an interview with CBN in Denver earlier this week, Rev. Graham stressed the importance of evangelical Christians being involved in the electoral process, saying "I don't care who wins and who's out there, you have to vote."
"And I'm not going to tell people who to vote for, I'm not going to do that — let God tell you who to vote for," said Graham. "You may have to hold your nose, you may have to decide which is the least heathen of the two heathen." more >>
Although the Bible does not offer a physical description of Jesus, one day all Christians will know what he looks like, the Rev. Billy Graham wrote in a recent post.
Responding to a question on the "My Answers" portion of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association's website, the Christian leader explains that the Bible has not offered a physical description of Jesus, and no artists at the time of Jesus' life on earth created an image of him.
There could be several reasons for this, Graham explains, including that it wasn't customary at the time for Jewish people to have a portrait of themselves created, and usually only very wealthy people were able to do so. more >>
Jesus repeatedly proved his divinity through his words and actions, the Rev. Billy Graham said in a post this week.
Responding to a March 15 question posted to the "My Answers" portion of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association's (BGEA) website, the well-known preacher explains that Jesus not only had a close relationship with God, but that he was also God's Son.
"The divinity of Jesus is at the heart of the Christian faith," Graham explains, responding to a question that sought to clarify if Jesus was truly divine. more >>
Aging Christians who may be losing their senses, such as sight, can take comfort in God's Word, the Rev. Billy Graham wrote in a recent post.
In a question posted to The Kansas City Star, a worried Christian asked the 97-year-old evangelical leader if God would be upset with them because they are no longer able to read their Bible.
Graham explains that there should be no reason to worry, as God knows what each of His children are capable of. Instead, Christians who are losing their senses can take comfort in their memories of God's Word and look for other ways to learn it. more >>
The Rev. Franklin Graham has spoken out on the violence that broke out at Donald Trump's Chicago campaign rally Friday, stating that it shows America is politically, spiritually, and morally "broken."
"This past week we saw violent protests at political rallies. One candidate is under investigation by the FBI. Another candidate says we need a political revolution. What America needs is a Godly revolution," Graham wrote on Facebook Monday.
"Washington is broken. Our nation is broken — politically, spiritually, and morally — and our only hope is Almighty God. Let's take a stand together and pray for God to intervene in this country, to forgive us, and to give us another chance," he added. more >>
About a year after Billy Graham's grandson Tullian Tchividjian resigned as the pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Florida after admitting to an affair, the congregation has appointed Rob Pacienza, who has been on staff, to serve as its next lead pastor.
"After a comprehensive and exhaustive search, we are pleased to announce that we found the best candidate right underneath our noses," Rod Hayes, chairman of the church's Pulpit Search Committee, announced Sunday. "Rob brings a unique mix of appreciation for the history and tradition of Coral Ridge as well as a burning desire to capture the hearts of our city of Fort Lauderdale with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We are excited about welcoming Rob to his new position of leadership at Coral Ridge and look forward to how God will use him in our midst."
Pacienza, who has been on staff of Coral Ridge for the past seven years and previously served as executive pastor, said he was "humbled and honored" by the congregation's decision. more >>