3 edition of The early Billy Graham found in the catalog.
The early Billy Graham
|Other titles||Revival in our time.|
|Statement||edited by Joel A. Carpenter.|
|Series||Fundamentalism in American religion, 1880-1950 ;, 44|
|Contributions||Carpenter, Joel A., Graham, Billy, 1918-|
|LC Classifications||BV3797.G67 C35 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||131, 140 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||140|
|LC Control Number||88005827|
September Billy Graham’s first city-wide Crusade in Grand Rapids, Mich., followed through the years by more than Crusades across six continents. “Calling Youth to Christ,” Billy Graham’s first book is published. September “Christ for Greater Los Angeles” Crusade catches the attention of newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst. Billy Graham was a red-baiting, fear-mongering, anti-semitic, homophobic nationalist, corporatist, crony capitalist and war-monger. He was a friend to overt racists and an ally to wealthy.
“Billy Graham in Quotes”, p, Thomas Nelson Inc Copy quote. God will never send anybody to hell. If man goes to hell, he goes by his own free choice. Billy Graham. Men, Choices, Hell. Billy Graham (). “The Quotable Billy Graham” Copy quote. A prayerless Christian is a powerless Christian. Billy Graham. Graham’s messages merged conservative politics and religion in ways that are unfortunately familiar in the early 21st century. Graham avowed, “As .
In , Billy Graham held his first crusade in Grand Rapids, Michigan. After that, he held Crusades across the United States and around the world. The songbooks featured above were compiled by the late Cliff Barrows and used by choirs in the early Crusades. Billy Graham stands among the most influential Christian leaders of the twentieth century. Perhaps no single doctrine, practice, political position, or preacher has united the sprawling and diverse world of evangelicalism like Billy Graham.
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Reviewed in the United States on Janu Verified Purchase. Wonderful movie. The characters were believable and the story line was /5(). Quick Facts Name Billy Graham Birth Date November 7, Death Date Febru Education Bob Jones College, Florida Bible Institute, Famous Wheaton College (Illinois) AlumniBorn: Watch more Billy Graham sermons here: ?v=qASihp5cNEQ&list=PLBA1qC8OOEJC-zRzCCDeed-_AaNgkD1-d Billy Graham speaks in Alumni Memor Author: Southern Seminary.
Just As I Am, Billy Graham's best-selling autobiography, was one of his five best sellers among his 33 books and pamphlets of advice and inspiration. It was reissued in July with. The preaching tour of the American lay evangelist Dwight L.
Moody through the British Isles in –75 marked the beginning of a new surge of Anglo-U.S. revivalism. In his subsequent revival activity, Moody perfected efficient techniques that characterized the urban mass evangelistic campaigns of early 20th-century revivalists such as Reuben A.
Torrey, Billy Sunday, and others. Billy Graham, byname of William Franklin Graham, Jr., (born November 7,Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S.—died FebruMontreat, North Carolina), American evangelist whose large-scale preaching missions, known as crusades, and friendship with numerous U.S.
presidents brought him to international prominence. Conversion and early career. You may not be called The early Billy Graham book the ministry, but you are called to minister. Billy Graham explains more in this message from Lubbock, Texas.
Early on, inBilly Graham reacted to Sinclair Lewis's novel, Elmer Gantry, about an evangelist whose indiscretions are all too familiar to all of us.
Graham and his team recognized the problems created by the lifestyle that goes along with evangelistic meetings/5(). Billy: The Early Years offers the humble and little-known backstory of how the internationally famous Billy Graham went from avid baseball player, brush salesman and skeptical Bible college student to become one of the most influential and beloved evangelists of the 20th century.
But here’s the twist: Graham’s story is told through the eyes. Billy: The Early Years is a American biographical film directed by Robby film tells the story of the early life of evangelist Billy Graham, played by Armie almost a year and a half of delays, the film was released on DVD on Ma ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint (1st work).
Originally published: Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan, © Reprint (2nd work). Billy Graham, Franklin Graham (Foreword) avg rating — ratings — published — 26 editions. Biography.
Early life and family. Born on a dairy farm near Charlotte, North Carolina, Billy Graham was raised in the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church by his parents, Morrow Coffey and William Franklin Graham, and changed denominations to Southern Baptist in during a Christian revival meeting, conducted by Mordecai Ham.
Billy Graham books and biographies. During the course of his life and ministry, Dr. Billy Graham preached before more than million people in person and through TV and radio broadcast worldwide, and saw more than 3 million people commit their lives to Christ at his crusades.
I was intrigued by new research in the book that shows how Billy Graham’s sermons changed over the decades. His early preaching had a lot of. Countless books have been written about Billy Graham during the evangelist’s consequential decades before his death Feb.
21 at age Publishers Weekly asked three noted historians to name a. The early life of American Evangelist Billy Graham. The story begins with a reporter (Jennifer O'Neill) interviewing Charles Templeton on his deathbed.
Told in the eyes of Charles Templeton, the film proceeds in showing Billy Grahams life as a teenager during the great depression living at the family dairy farm in Charlotte, North Carolina. Reverend Billy Graham died on Febru at the age of His funeral service was held outside the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, North Carolina on March 2, His final book, published in by W Publishing Group, an imprint of Thomas Nelson, is titled “Where I Am, Heaven, Eternity, and Our Life Beyond.”.
Graham is best known for his worldwide evangelistic crusades preaching the message of Christianity to more people than anyone in history. The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association reports, "nearly million people in more than countries" have been reached through his his lifetime, he has led many thousands to make a decision to receive Jesus as personal Savior and to.
Billy Graham once said this about studying the Bible, “Make use of this tool by which God speaks to us—namely, the Bible. Read it, study it, memorize it. It will change your entire life. It is not like any other book. It is a “living” book that works its way into your heart, mind, and soul.”.
InGraham began the weekly "Hour of Decision" radio program broadcast on more than stations around the world. He is seen here circa Billy Graham’s ghost stalked the drama that followed.
The evangelist had founded the magazine in Though dead for nearly two years, and. Some of Graham’s earliest books go back to his earliest years in ministry.
His first book, “Calling Youth to Christ” () laid out his ministry objectives and the simply stated “Billy Graham Answers Your Questions” () was designed to bring insight into the hands of faith-followers who were hungry for answers to burning questions.