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At a stadium rally this Fall, 75, people witnessed a miracle. A cold, driving rain was drenching the crowd when Billy Graham mounted the podium. He asked for silence and told the audience that God would create a "dry hole" over the arena -- that it would stop raining.
He lifted his eyes heavenward, and it did. It has been estimated that Billy Graham, who has been called the "Protestant Pope," has preached to million people -- in person -- in countries.
He is the only human in history who has ever spoken to 1. He has never failed us. He presided at a memorial service for Oklahoma City bombing victims. He has delivered the eulogies for fallen leaders.
His magazine, Decision, reaches 1. Typically, Cliff Barrows leads a huge choir of several thousand, George Beverly Shea sings favorite old hymns in his rich bass-baritone, and a celebrity or two witnesses about their faith.
Billy Graham still displays his oratorical gifts, and stays relevant by applying Biblical lessons to current social issues. He went on to draw 79, in Atlanta inand 84, in Minneapolis at the giant Metrodome in June with 12, more outside.
His September appearance in Charlotte, NC was advertised on MTV and country music stations, and each night overflowed the new 75,capacity Ericsson stadium there, even on the night when it rained.
That same year, he married fellow student Ruth Bell, daughter of a missionary surgeon in China, and went on to pastor at the First Baptist church in Western Springs, Illinois. Being of the Baptist faith and having married a Presbyterian, Graham preached widely in independent Bible churches, and developed strong ties to prominent business figures.
Paul, founding radio station KTIS, now the flagship of one of the largest Christian radio networks in the world. He also founded Christianity Today magazine. The proof of that, Griffin says, is in the broad span of denominations that respond to him.
When he held his crusade in Minneapolis last Summer, for example, 1, local churches participated, representing 60 denominations. He has also regularly travelled to Communist and Third World countries, befriending world leaders and tribal bushmen alike. Despite his popularity, Graham has not always avoided controversy.
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