Decision America Tour: Photos from Pennsylvania

By Tommy Berry and Ron Nickel   •   September 15, 2016

A festive, estimated crowd of 7,200 people met on the Capitol lawn in Harrisburg for Thursday's Decision America Tour prayer rally.
"Freedom of religion means I can worship God anywhere I want, out in the public square," Franklin Graham said, urging those in attendance to take their faith with them everywhere they go.
Is it too late for America? Franklin Graham answered, declaring, "With God's favor, it's never too late!"
Prayer should undergird everything people do this election season, and Franklin Graham encouraged the crowd to take their faith a step further into the political realm.
The Bible verse 2 Chronicles 7:14 has been a rally cry for this year's Decision America Tour.
Lacey Sturm (middle) joined the thousands who prayed with Franklin Graham on Thursday.
This special edition of Decision Magazine aims to help voters pray and determine who they'll pick in the 2016 election.
The Bible declares in Colossians 3:15: "And let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, to which indeed you were called in one body. And be thankful."
Prayer and patriotism are a family affair.
Basking in the glow of worship.
There was a time for public prayer and a time for personal reflection during the rally.
Taking in the view from behind the rally at the Capitol plaza.
A moment of passionate prayer.
During the rally, Franklin Graham stressed that the election isn't purely about the presidential candidates, rather the Supreme Court justices their parties are more likely to appoint.
Proverbs 14:34 states "Righteousness exalts a nation." On Thursday, thousands gathered together to exalt the Lord.
Crisis-trained chaplains with the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team have attended every rally, talking and praying with people in the crowd.
Will you commit to pray for your state and this nation to return to God?