One year ago, on Feb. 21, 2018, Billy Graham died after decades of faithful ministry. On the anniversary of his death at age 99, several prominent Christians remembered and reflected on Graham's life and legacy.
My father @BillyGraham once said, "My job is to preach the Gospel, which has the power to change men's lives from the inside out." For nearly 80 years, he did just that. This picture was taken 1994 in West Virginia at one of my Crusades. pic.twitter.com/82XocsBd5C— Franklin Graham (@Franklin_Graham) February 21, 2019
In front of Rizal Park's Quirino Grandstand sit two plaques marking the impact of the @BillyGraham Crusade (1977) & @Franklin_Graham Festival (2006). Tens of thousands come to Christ during those events. Pray w/ me as we enter this weekend: Do it again, Lord. Please do it again! pic.twitter.com/4hCkIWdWw7— Will Graham (@TellaGraham) February 14, 2019
On this day, that marks one year since @BillyGraham went to Heaven, I wanted to say it was a real privilege to get to know him personally. Billy was a very humble man. He would not talk about himself. He was the most godly person I ever met. pic.twitter.com/55YdwOZn9K— Greg Laurie (@greglaurie) February 21, 2019
One year ago today, North Carolina and the world lost our "favorite son," Rev. Billy Graham. I wanted to give you an update on our progress in helping get his statue placed in the United States Capitol. pic.twitter.com/RV5Zjv43Q6— Rep. Mark Walker (@RepMarkWalker) February 21, 2019
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