Photos from Decision America Tour Stop #1: Iowa

By   •   January 5, 2016

Franklin Graham talks to a packed crowd of more than 2,500 people at the first stop of the Decision America Tour in Des Moines, Iowa, on Tuesday, Jan. 5. Read more about the 'phenomenal' start to the Decision America Tour in Iowa.
Franklin Graham looks over the crowd on Tuesday on a 32-degree day in Des Moines, Iowa.
Franklin Graham walks down the steps at the Iowa Capitol.
Cramming into any spot they could to catch a message of hope for our country.
More than 2,500 people turned out for the Jan. 5 Decision America stop in Iowa.
Praying for healing of our nation. "God heard the prayer of Nehemiah and gave him favor," Franklin Graham said.
A chilly day couldn't keep this veteran from joining the rally.
Franklin Graham talked about when his father, Billy Graham, was in school and how each day began with the Lord's Prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance.
Those making a pledge to God and country could text in their support.
Standing up for biblical values is one of the core tenets of the Decision America Tour.
"We need a revival among Christians to stand for our values and our beliefs," one attendee said.
Prayer groups spontaneously formed around the snowy Des Moines, Iowa Capitol.
"The moral and political walls of our nation are crumbling,” Franklin Graham told the Iowa crowd.
"The most important thing we can do as Christians is pray," Franklin Graham said in Des Moines.
Tuesday's prayer rally included a time for those in attendance to confess their sins to God.
Showing their support for biblical values on Tuesday.
Dennis Agajanian warmed the crowd up and closed with an old favorite, "Nothing but the Blood."
Praising God during a time of worship in Des Moines, Iowa. One down, 49 to go. Next stop: Tallahassee, Florida.