Speaking on the final day of his three-day evangelistic event in Jersey Shore Sunday, Will Graham delivered a message on the end times in response to Harold Camping's failed prediction that the rapture would occur on May 21.
Graham, grandson of the legendary Rev. Billy Graham, explained to the crowd of over 5,000 at the Jersey Shore Will Graham Celebration in Ocean Grove, N.J., what the end times will look like and what the signs to the end times are. The evangelist preached from Matthew 24, in which Jesus speaks about the destruction of the temple and the signs of the last days.
“The end of the world didn’t happen yesterday,” Graham said Sunday night, according to BGEA, “but Jesus is returning. God will bring this present world to a close. Time will come to an end." more >>
Ocean Grove, N.J. – Will Graham preached about God's purpose in life to thousands of youth Saturday at the Great Auditorium, reaching a new generation with the same Christ-filled message his grandfather Billy Graham is known for.
Standing on the same stage that his legendary grandfather spoke from over half a century ago at the same age, the 36-year-old evangelist challenged a crowd of 5,500, comprised of mainly students, to not live a life defined by a job title but by a God-given purpose.
"What's the purpose? You were created for a relationship. God created you in order to have a relationship just with you," said Graham on Saturday, the second day of the Jersey Shore Will Graham Celebration Event in Ocean Grove, N.J. more >>
Ocean Grove, N.J. – Will Graham, the grandson of Billy Graham and oldest son of Franklin Graham, responded Saturday to Harold Camping's failed doomsday date.
Half an hour after 6:00 p.m. – the time of the predicted rapture – Graham was standing backstage at the Great Auditorium in Ocean Grove, N.J., chatting with reporters and getting ready to preach before thousands attending the second day of the Jersey Shore Will Graham Celebration.
"Harold couldn't be more right. The end of the world is coming," Graham told The Christian Post. "We just don't know the time of it. From his calculations, he was off. I don't think there is any man on earth who can ever really calculate to any degree when the return of Christ is going to be." more >>
William Franklin Graham IV will be preaching at Jersey Shore this weekend at the same age his grandfather, Billy Graham, first preached in the same venue in 1955.
At the age of 36, the younger Graham has already preached the Gospel to more than 50,000 people. Beginning Friday, he’ll speak to thousands more with the hope of changing lives.
The Jersey Shore Will Graham Celebration kicks off at the Great Auditorium in Ocean Grove Friday night with popular Christian artist Matthew West. The three-day event is just the first part of a longer process of bringing people to Christ. more >>
Bishop T.D Jakes believes Franklin Graham should apologize for questioning President Barack Obama’s Christianity.
The Dallas megachurch pastor, who has been gaining attention for his movie "Jumping the Broom," told Roland Martin of Washington Watch on Sunday, "I find it insulting. We didn't question the Christianity of President Bush when he said he accepted Christ, and I'm disappointed in Rev. Franklin Graham in that regard."
Graham, son of evangelist Billy Graham and the CEO of the Christian charity Samaritan's Purse, questioned Obama's faith in an interview with ABC's Christiane Amanpour on her Sunday show, "This Week." more >>
Billy Graham has returned to his home in Montreat, N.C., after being treated for pneumonia at a hospital.
The 92-year-old evangelist was admitted to Mission Hospital in nearby Asheville last Wednesday after having difficulty breathing.
His physician, Dr. Lucian Rice, said he was delighted with the pace of Graham’s recovery. more >>