Decision America Tour: Photos from Alabama

By Tommy Berry and Ron Nickel   •   April 14, 2016

This little girl was happy to help hand out flags to the thousands who showed up to the Decision America stop in Montgomery, Alabama.
Franklin Graham speaking
An estimated 6,800 were drawn to the Capitol steps to hear Franklin Graham speak.
Holding hands to pray
In a state with deep roots in segregation, it was good to see so many of differing races come together in prayer.
Dog carrying flag
Even the dog is patriotic.
Volunteers praying in circle
By the time people gather to pray at every Decision America stop, many volunteers already covered the state, the nation and that day's event in prayer.
Thousands crowded around the Alabama State Capitol in Montgomery with one mission: to pray for revival in the nation.
Sometimes one flag isn't enough. These boys doubled up.
They may not know the person next to them, but at each Decision America stop, people grasp hands in solidarity and prayer.
Two women smiling
Happy to be together with like-minded people all hoping for a better, more godly America.
Woman holding flags
This volunteer helped give away flags before the rally began.
Woman laughing
A light-hearted moment as Franklin Graham spoke from the Capitol steps.
Family in front of Capitol
Many people have made the rallies a family event.
Crowd around Capitol
Decision America is about standing together not only to pray but to make a statement that your voice can be heard and makes a difference.
Two women in ponchos
The forecast called for rain but thankfully held off for the event.
Girl with sucker
A sweet treat and a sweet smile for Thursday's rally.
A group of boys from Valiant Cross Academy looked their best to meet Franklin Graham personally.
Capturing the rally on video.
The picturesque Alabama State Capitol rises above Franklin Graham as he shares about how each person gathered there can make a difference with their vote and their prayers.
Men praying
The thousands who came to the Capitol take prayer seriously.
It may have been cloudy, but the prayer rally was a bright spot for many around Alabama who have been hoping for revival in America.