Now you can hear Billy Graham’s messages with just a few clicks. The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association announced the launch of the Billy Graham Audio Archives Wednesday.
More than 1,600 messages, from more than 60 years of Graham’s ministry are now available online. Users can go to www.billygraham.org to access an entire database of hundreds of audio files from hundreds of Billy Graham messages, public addresses and even his remarks at President Lyndon B. Johnson’s funeral. The messages can be searched by date, location, title or topic.
“Mr. Graham was the first world evangelist; he traveled to all corners of the world. Now we can put it (his messages) on the Internet and make the Gospel available even where we can’t reach,” Ken Barun, senior vice president of communications at BGEA, told The Christian Post. more >>
Named the No. 1 Coolest Book App for the Fall by USA Today, Glo Bible App is revolutionizing the way people experience the Word of God.
A media-rich interactive Bible, Glo – the purported first of its kind – has been called “one of the most impressive book apps available” by USA Today among other noteworthy apps like “David’s Diary” by author David Sedaris and “1,000 Places to See Before you Die” by Patricia Schultz.
“Our team is honored to receive this endorsement by USA Today and is thrilled to have been selected as the top pick on the list,” said Nelson Saba, CEO of Immersion Digital, which created Glo. more >>
Anne Graham Lotz carved out a personal path to preaching the gospel that was based simply on her desire to know God, the 63-year-old evangelical told National Public Radio in an interview. She also discussed her relationship with her father, the Rev. Billy Graham, and why she is happy her brother leads his ministry.
In an interview with NPR's Guy Raz, Lotz, the founder of AnGel Ministries, said: "It was when my children were 5, 3 and 10 months old that I just felt the desperate need to get to know God through the pages of my Bible. And as a result, I started a Bible class in my city for the primary purpose of being in it."
After teaching Bible classes, Lotz felt God's direction to turn her class over to someone else and to spread His message around the world. more >>
Billy Graham’s new book, Nearing Home, will be released this month, and it not only guides the elderly on how to age with grace but also carries lessons for younger folks.
Nearing Home: Life, Faith, and Finishing Well, Graham's 30th book, is scheduled to hit stands on Oct. 18, less than three weeks before the author, who has appeared many times on Gallup’s list of most admired people, turns 93.
“I can’t truthfully say that I have liked growing older,” Graham writes in his fearless book, but that’s just part of the “realities of life as we grow older.” More importantly, he invites the readers “to explore with me … also the hope and fulfillment – and even joy – that can be ours once we learn to look at these years from God’s point of view and discover His strength to sustain us every day.” more >>
A missions ministry that has been closely following the case of an Iranian Christian pastor facing execution says the Iranian government is trying to confuse and deceive the Western media with conflicting reports.
Fars news agency, the Iranian government’s unofficial mouthpiece, reported that Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani is not on death row for apostasy, but for crimes against national security. Those crimes include rape and extortion.
The claims were made to Fars by Gholomali Rezvani, deputy governor of Iran’s Gilan province. Present Truth Ministries called the report "perplexing and dishonest." more >>
Evangelical leaders reached out to millions on the eve of the 10th anniversary of 9/11 with gripping narratives and heart-touching teaching during the nationwide broadcast “A Wake-Up Call for God’s People.”
The daughter of American evangelist Dr. Billy Graham, Anne Graham Lotz, and New York Times bestselling author Joel Rosenberg, spoke with passion as they urged Christians to repent and start a fresh revival in the church.
“What has lulled you to sleep in your personal lives and in the church?” Lotz asked the audience. more >>