Billy Graham

1918 — 2018

Memories & Condolences

God has used the life and ministry of Billy Graham to impact the lives of millions around the world. Perhaps you have a testimony about Mr. Graham’s ministry.

What did Mr. Graham mean to you? We invite you to share your stories and remembrances or express your condolences to the family here.

  1. My Uncle Ovace, who has passed on now 10 years ago, was a horrible man. He was an alcoholic all his life. He abused his wife and kids. Stumbled into a Billy Graham Crusade, gave his life to Jesus and instantly stopping drinking, smoking (2 packs) and was a Christian the rest of his life. Thank You!

  2. Brian M Hill

    In listening to Billy Graham Crusades, the singleness and purpose in glorifying God–in a way we were drawn in to the equation in our own lives–was manifested in the way so many lives were saved by being able to intensify the need of offering ourselves to Jesus, even at home.

  3. Kitty Culkin

    I’m a Christian because of Billy Graham. When I was a child, I was sick really frequently and fairly seriously. To help pass the time in bed, I listened to Billy Graham on the radio. He told me that God loved me and explained about Jesus. I committed to Him at that time.

  4. Sandra Drier Turchi

    I loved Billy Graham’s revivals and how he would call people forward to convert. He had a very commanding presence. I loved to hear him preach the Word of God. I admire the love he had for God, his wife, his family, and humankind.

  5. Brenda Underwood

    Good afternoon – I am thankful that my Daddy listened to Billy Graham and I have continued the same. I cannot wait to see them both in Heaven. I know my Daddy’s crossing over he was finally glad to meet Mr. Graham and Jesus.

  6. Joseph Wint

    I met Billy Graham at a 6 AM prayer meeting in Jamaica, when he came for his first crusade in 1955? I met him again at Inter-varsity in Urbana, Illinois. I met him again in Amsterdam at the conference on evangelism and I took a great photo of his wife; he wrote me a lovely letter of thanks.

  7. Robert Wilson

    Many years ago in the military, Vietnam, circa 68, a kid of 20, scared and feeling alone, Dr. Graham visited us. I received something, don’t know what, but my life has had meaning since that time. Heaven awaits – with Jesus!