Christians need to lend their prayers and ears to friends who have been victims of unfaithfulness, the Rev. Billy Graham says.
The world-renowned 97-year-old Baptist minister advised in a Q&A published in the Kansas City Star on Wednesday that if a Christian has a friend whose spouse has been unfaithful, the best thing to do for them is listen to their troubles and offer prayers for them.
The evangelical leader explains that prayers are important because this friend is going through a very painful time in their life, and might even be contemplating divorce. more >>
God wants you to be in an engaged, joyful learning environment during your time at church, the Rev. Billy Graham says.
In a recent blog post for the Kansas City Star, the evangelist explains that there's no reason why one should be bored during a church service.
"God doesn't like a dull church service any more than you do," the evangelical leader writes. more >>
The Rev. Franklin Graham says Target CEO Brian Cornell is in denial over the reason for the company's plunging stock prices, insisting that the conservative boycott against the retailer's transgender bathroom policies is playing a key role.
"Target stock is tumbling after they announced a pro-transgender restroom policy allowing men to use women's bathrooms and changing rooms. Stock value has fallen 20 percent and shareholder value has lost $10 billion since they began promoting this dangerous policy," Graham wrote in a Facebook post on Monday.
Renowned evangelist the Rev. Billy Graham addressed the feeling that many people struggle with: that God is hiding.
Despite naysayers who question God's existence and His dedication to us, the Rev. Graham wrote in a recent blog post for the "My Answers" portion of Billy Graham Evangelistic Association that God is eager to form relationships with all humans.
All that needs to be done is for each person to open their hearts to Him, Graham explains. more >>
Just as Jesus rose from the dead into a new, ageless body, so we, too, will one day have new bodies through Christ, the Rev. Billy Graham says.
In a recent "My Answers" post for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, the prominent religious leader wrote that Jesus will never grow old and die after being crucified on the cross and resurrected, and in a similar way, one day Christians will also be awarded new, ageless bodies when they die and join God in eternity.
When Jesus was raised from the dead, "God gave Him a new body that would never age or die," Graham explains, adding that this new body is proof that Jesus has conquered death. more >>
Being a true disciple of Christ means learning from God and putting His Word into action, the Rev. Billy Graham says.
Graham, a 97-year-old Baptist minister who founded the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, explains in a My Answers Q&A that to be a disciple of Christ means to be someone who "believes in Jesus and seeks to follow Him in his or her daily life."
While in the Bible disciples actually knew Jesus in person, today a disciple is considered to be anyone who has committed themselves to Jesus. more >>