evangelism

Deadly Caterpillars Have Invaded London

Deadly Caterpillars Have Invaded London
London is a world-class city. Its history and pageantry are combined with its status as a global financial center. It’s not surprising that more than forty-two million tourists are expected to visit the city this year. But if you’re planning a visit this summer, avoid the caterpillars.

As Harvest America 2018 Approaches, Pastor Greg Laurie Reflects on Evangelistic Work of Billy Graham

As Harvest America 2018 Approaches, Pastor Greg Laurie Reflects on Evangelistic Work of Billy Graham
No one can take the place of late evangelist Bill Graham, said pastor Greg Laurie of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Irvine and Riverdale.

Pastor Receives Vision from the Lord as He Pays Respects to Billy Graham in US Capitol

Pastor Receives Vision from the Lord as He Pays Respects to Billy Graham in US Capitol
Jared Laskey, the pastor of Destiny Church in Virginia Beach, Virginia, attended the ceremony in the US Capitol Rotunda last Wednesday in honor of the Rev. Billy Graham. While there, Laskey says he received a vision from the Lord.

Billy Graham, Reaching the Last Person in the Last Row

Billy Graham, Reaching the Last Person in the Last Row
With the death of evangelist Billy Graham, the world turns to theologians and historians to measure his impact. But perhaps we should turn first to the everyday people who filled the stadiums, arenas and parks where he preached for a half-century or who heard him on simulcast.

Is Billy Graham’s Death Opening Up an Opportunity to Share the Gospel?

Is Billy Graham’s Death Opening Up an Opportunity to Share the Gospel?

Since Reverend Billy Graham's death, many prominent cultural figures have been given the opportunity to speak about Rev. Graham's impact on their lives. In doing so, they have also been able to share the Gospel worldwide.

Billy Graham, an Evangelistic ‘Lion in Winter’

Billy Graham, an Evangelistic ‘Lion in Winter’
Politicians have a “last hurrah.” Athletes take a “victory lap.” For Billy Graham, who announced that his 2005 New York crusade would be his final one in that city, it was a “last hallelujah.”