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The Link Special Edition: Remembering Billy Graham

By February 26, 2018April 22nd, 2022The Link2 min read

This week we would like to tribute to Reverend Billy Graham’s life and legacy:

“A Tribute to Billy Graham”Brian Brodersen
“There are a number of things that stand out about Billy as a Christian and as a minister of the Gospel. At the top of my list would be his genuine humility. Billy displayed a Christlike humility that only increased with the passing of time. When one considers how often fame and success lead to arrogance and pride, Billy was a bit of an anomaly, even among religious leaders.”

“A Trip to a Faithful Servant, Billy Graham”The Christian Post
“Billy, however, seemed completely unimpressed with all the adulation. He got up and delivered a powerful message, and then, when he was done, we all piled into the car to drive back to the hotel.”

“Kathie Lee Gifford Reacts to Death of Prominent Pastor Billy Graham”
“Kathie Lee Gifford reacts to the death of prominent Christian evangelist and personal friend Rev. Billy Graham on Megyn Kelly TODAY.”

“Walking Together in Glory”Christianity Today
“One important aspect of Graham’s preaching was his continuous return to the good news of Christ crucified. Though this habit garnered constant criticism, he refused to be dislodged from gospel essentials.”

“An Interview with Mark Noll and George Marsden on Billy Graham”The Gospel Coalition
“It’s often said there will never be another Billy Graham. Assuming you agree, why not? In other words, is it that the world has changed, or evangelicalism has changed, or simply that a man with the combination of Graham’s gifts and circumstances are so rare?”

“Billy Graham: Influential US Evangelist Dies at 99”BBC News
“In a 60-year career, he is estimated to have preached to hundreds of millions of people around the world.”

“The Rev. Billy Graham, Prominent Christian Evangelist, Dead at 99”Fox News
” ‘My one purpose in life,’ he said, ‘is to help people find a personal relationship with God, which, I believe, comes through knowing Christ.'”

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