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. Bob Barnwell

    Born in 1947, raised near Los Angeles. Many years ago, Mom told me the story of her salvation. Sister-in-law took her to the 1949 crusade after Mom found a babysitter for me. I did not understand until I was saved, and Mom and I visited the Billy Graham Library. She passed in March 2018. Thank you, Mom.

  2. Roberta Mahatha

    When so many Christian leaders fell in the late ’70s, Dr. Graham, when asked to comment said, “But for the grace of God, go I.” I will always remember the grace, dependability and humility of his witness. He was someone whom we could follow as he followed Christ.

  3. Donna Washburn

    At 15 I attended a Billy Graham event. I felt the STRONG urge to go forward at the end. Formerly I had celebrated Christ at church every Sunday but from that moment on I celebrated Christ with my whole being. It was that event that changed the course my life. Thank You – God Bless you all.

  4. Pearl Miller

    I didn’t know Billy Graham before, but I can say his words are alive now. I have been pondering the scripture “He that drinks this water will never thirst.” As a Christian I have encountered suffering, dark times…listening to “He satisfies the longing of every heart” has brought renewed faith.

  5. Janice Layton

    Received Jesus Christ as Savior & King of my life at the movie “A Time to Run” in the mid 1970s. Josephine Morris, public school teacher, who held Bible study in her classroom at noon, was there & led me to Christ. Born again through Jesus Christ who loves me & gave Himself for me.

  6. Kelle Collins

    When I was about 10 years old, I was sent a welcome packet from Billy Graham. It had a small green envelope with small scripture cards in it. I remember these having a very profound impact on my becoming a Christian although I was raised Catholic and actively went to church and CCD/Sunday school.

  7. Patricia DiNicola Trundy

    I was born in 1950. I remember watching Mr. Graham from my earliest days. Mother gathered us around a black/white TV to watch crusades in the 50’s, 60’s 70’s and onward. I still see crusades today. Times have changed. The message has not. Praise God for raising up Billy for a time such as this!