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. Clem Boyd

    My mom always had some type of belief in God, but it never touched the anger she held inside. Then, in her mid-70’s, she invited Christ to save her as she watched a Billy Graham Crusade on TV. She was changed. And when she passed December 17, she had peace and knew where she was going. Thank you.

  2. Pastor Jim Hayes

    I watched a Billy Graham Crusade in November 1973 and knelt in my living room and accepted Christ as my Savior. The Gospel is the only message that could have changed my life and allow God to use me in the ministry. A great evangelist? Yes, but more importantly a humble man God knew He could use.

  3. Andrea Lovelace

    Billy Graham was such an inspiration to me. In high school I was assigned a project to write about a famous person and I decided to about write him. His assistant at the time actually wrote me back and included one of his books with it. It really inspired me to read my Bible more and study the Word of God.

  4. Mark Lissner

    Billy Graham was an inspirational speaker of God’s Word. He was the preacher for all in the world, not just America. He loved all, no matter where you were from or who you were. He spoke God’s Word. We need more people like him in this world. God bless you, Billy Graham.

  5. James Carter

    In 1975, I was a brand new Christian serving in the Navy. I had good Christian friends but service interrupted my opportunities to have a single pastor for guidance. I read “Peace with God” and absorbed every word. Thank you for a great book. “Well done, my good and faithful servant.”

  6. Linda Drayton

    I am so grateful for the ministry of Brother Billy Graham. I was blessed when my daughter, who was attending college at the time, called to remind me to watch at Billy Graham broadcast. We had been watching broadcasts of his crusades since she was five. I thank God for this ministry.

  7. Stephanie Helbeck Cornfield

    I was working as a waitress in Alabama at age 16 when a man reading his Bible invited me to a prayer service. From that experience, I read Billy Graham’s “How to Be Born Again,” and became a Christian. The book was water-damaged at the bookstore and was the only copy left—for me!