MONTREAT, N.C. (AP) — As a young man, he practiced his sermons by preaching to the alligators and birds in the swamp. At his height years later, he was bringing the word of God into living rooms around the globe via TV and dispensing spiritual counsel — and political advice — to U.S. presidents.
Reverend Billy Graham, the influential evangelical preacher who counselled presidents and held sermons across the globe, has died aged 99. Beside his ministry, he became famous for the so-called “Billy Graham rule” that governed his private conduct. Rev Graham famously did not dine alone, or travel or meet alone, with women who were not his wife.
Billy Graham has died at the age of 99, according to CNN. Graham became well known for his powerful tent revival sermons that brought a message of faith to Christians. William Franklin Graham, Jr. had dreams of becoming a baseball player...Show More Summary
Billy Graham's prolific writings and widely broadcast sermons reached hundreds of millions.
Pastor Eddie Bevill is still trying to find the right words for his sermon Sunday — the right message to help make sense of the devastation that unfolded just blocks from his church.
After you’ve learnt the basics in the early game, Kingdom Come Deliverance starts to really get going when you’re introduced to the game’s first big mystery. Henry’s tracked the Neuhof farm bandits to Uzhitz, and it’s here that the story takes an interesting turn. Show More Summary
Rwanda's media watchdog has ordered a US-owned Christian radio station shut for three months after a "vile" sermon against women, it said Monday. The radio station, Amazing Grace FM, broadcast a sermon by local pastor Nicolas Niyibikora on January 29, in which he called women dangerous, evil and against the plans of God. Show More Summary
American pop culture sanitized a generation of radical politics. In February 4, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his historic “The Drum Major Instinct" sermon at the Ebenezer Baptist Church, two months before his assassination....Show More Summary
An FCA spokeswoman said the company intended to inspire people with King's words that everyone can be great by serving others.
In “Fire Sermon,” the author of the story collection “I Want to Show You More” describes a married woman’s love affair.
King's sermon urged people NOT to seek fulfillment in buying fancy vehicles.
A Dodge Super Bowl ad has attracted criticism for its use of a sermon by Martin Luther King Jr. to sell trucks. The ad featured a section of King’s The Drum Major Instinct sermon delivered February 4, 1968, overtop images of American patriotism, including America’s military and other service jobs...
The ad ran during the Super Bowl and featured a sermon by Martin Luther King Jr. over Americana images and... Dodge Rams. Negative reaction to the ad was swift with almost universal condemnation of the carmaker for appropriating theShow More Summary
Critics said quoting a Martin Luther King sermon to sell trucks was "crass and inappropriate."
Dodge aired a commercial for its Ram truck series during Sunday's Super Bowl featuring a portion of a sermon from the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. that has drawn a backlash on social media. The decision to allow King's sermon to be used was made by his estate. The ad begins by noting that King delivered...
Dodge Ram ran a moving commercial for the Super Bowl this year. The ad ran photos of America and the voice of Martin Luther King, Jr. running in the background. The beginning of the ad notes that King delivered the sermon—known as “The Drum Major Instinct”—on Feb. Show More Summary
King's sermon was delivered the same year he was assassinated 50 years ago.
Like MLK, Ram claims its trucks are 'built to serve.' Presuming you have $30,000 for a new one.
An advertisement during Super Bowl LII featured a sermon from Martin Luther King Jr. delivered on February 4, 1968, exactly fifty years ago. It is known as the “Drum Major Instinct” sermon. This was the portion featured in the ad: If you want to be important—wonderful. If you want to be recognized—wonderful. If you want […]
Legendary EPMD co-founder and producer Erick Sermon recently announced that he would be funding his new album Go via a Kickstarter campaign and today he shares the first single. Featuring NYC icons Method Man, Craig Mack and Mr. Cheeks, check out “Come Thru” below. Show More Summary