Franklin Graham reminisced about his Christmas traditions growing up with evangelist Billy Graham and Ruth Graham for parents, and shared how Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes make Christmas equally special for children around the world during an interview with pastor Greg Laurie at Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, California, Sunday.
During a 2009 interview on France's Canal+TV channel that is just now being reported widely, President Obama claimed that Americans needed to be better educated on Islam and that, if we compute the total number of Muslims in America, we would be one of the biggest Muslim countries in the world.
The Rev. Franklin Graham, CEO of Samaritan's Purse and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, said Monday that "activist judges are overturning the will of the people," when speaking about the 61 percent of North Carolina voters who supported an amendment banning same-sex marriage in their state.
Rev. Franklin Graham, the outspoken son of evangelist Billy Graham, believes the American Church hasn't done enough to act against the persecution of Christians abroad.
The Rev. Franklin Graham, president and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Samaritan's Purse, has questioned whether news coming out of the Middle East is a sign of the end times.
Billy Graham’s son seems to think Jesus is coming back momentarily. As I read the news, I can’t help but wonder if we are in the last hours before our Lord Jesus Christ returns to rescue His church and God pours out His wrath on the world for the rejection of His Son. I don’t [...]
At the same time that The Washington Post was recognizing the power and reach of Franklin Graham’s global health charity Samaritan’s Purse, they found it essential to revisit Graham’s “offenses” with the secular left dating back to 1990. Reporter...Show More Summary
Franklin Graham will bring together thousands of people in Pittsburgh this weekend for a three-day evangelistic festival that will gather over 500 churches from 50 denominations to partake in a worship experience that will feature a lineup of well-known Christian artists and Graham's message of hope.
The Rev. Franklin Graham recently reiterated his remarks from earlier this year, calling on Christians in America to stand for biblical values despite social opposition.
The faith heritage in the descendants of Billy Graham is starkly divided, most noticeably between his son Franklin Graham and his daughter's son Rev. Tullian Tchividjian. Fred Clark at Slacktivist is calling feud in part by pointingShow More Summary
Thousands came forward to accept Jesus in their lives at the Festival of Hope in Warsaw, the capital of Poland, on Sunday, as Franklin Graham shared the gospel and asked the crowd, "Will you accept His love?"
Franklin Graham is the worst thing to happen to God in a while -- well, OK, God’s reputation. I’m only slightly exaggerating. You see, Franklin Graham is at it again, making life difficult for thoughtful Christians everywhere. In a speech...Show More Summary
According to evangelical leader Franklin Graham at the Family Research Council sponsored Watchmen on the Wall National Briefing, we all know the kinds of people who will spend eternity in Hell: Murderers. Atheists. Idolaters. And Christian...Show More Summary
Congratulations, Franklin Graham. Your exceedingly hostile rhetoric about gay people is not only besmirching, perhaps permanently, the legacy of your father, but it's also earning applause from the most extreme voices of the anti-gay movement: [American Family Association's Bryan Fischer]...
At the Family Research Council’s Watchmen on the Wall conference last week, anti-gay preacher Franklin Graham blasted church leaders who fail to use the pulpit to push a conservative social agenda regarding abortion and homosexuality - calling such pastors “cowards.”...
"Are we going to be cowards because we're afraid? Could we get our heads chopped off? We could, maybe one day. So what? Chop it off!" This happened yesterday at the Family Research Council's Watchmen On The Walls convention.
The Rev. Franklin Graham told a large gathering of pastors on Thursday to address controversial issues from the pulpit, declaring that "God hates cowards."
Family Research Council's "Watchmen on the Wall" conference begins tomorrow. Speakers include Tony Perkins, Harry Jackson, Franklin Graham, Todd Starnes, Rafael Cruz, Kenyn Cureton, Jack Hibbs, Rep. Vicky Hartzler, and a whole host of names who have committed themselves to...