Decision America Tour: Photos from Arkansas

By Tommy Berry and Ron Nickel   •   April 12, 2016

Arkansas had many happy, grateful, enthusiastic volunteers.
Taking time for a quick selfie to document the 14th stop of the Decision America Tour in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Franklin Graham told the crowd, "I'm not going to tell you who to vote for. Ask God who to vote for."
Young and old made up the estimated 5,100 who showed up to intercede of behalf of America.
Dedication to God and country.
The crowd erupted in applause when Franklin Graham urged godly people to engage politically and said, "We are citizens of the United States of America. We have every right to speak up."
The Lord provided nearly perfect weather and a beautiful backdrop as thousands gathered to cry out to Him.
There was a worshipful spirit among the crowd.
Many lifted their hands in praise as the band played and sang worship songs.
You're never too young to serve God and country.
As with all Decision America events, Franklin Graham presented the Good News and asked, "Do you believe? Will you put your faith and trust in Jesus Christ?"
The Tommy Coomes Band led the crowd in a couple of worship songs, including "Everlasting God."
The spirit of unity in Little Rock was evident.
This is where we should bring any burden for America, at the foot of the cross.
It is always a pleasure to see the American flag, in any form, at the Decision America Tour stops.
Modeling corporate prayer for the next generation while signing an online pledge to God and country.
Name above all names.
In order for God to turn this country around, we must be a country on our knees before God.