Decision America Tour: Photos from South Carolina

By   •   February 9, 2016

An estimated 7,100 people attended Tuesday's Decision America Tour stop in Columbia, South Carolina.
"We're here today because we see our nation is in trouble," Franklin Graham told the audience, which filled the north side of the Columbia State Capitol. "Our only hope for this country is Almighty God, and the most important thing we can do is pray."
Attending the prayer rally was a priority for many families.
During the rally, Franklin Graham encouraged those in attendance to hold hands as he led them in prayer.
Franklin Graham outlined the plan of salvation during the rally. "There's not many paths to God," he said. "There's only one, and that path goes through Jesus Christ."
Taking it all in.
Franklin Graham encouraged Christians to get involved not only through prayer but by considering running for local office. "I believe God honors leaders of high places who honor Him," Graham said.
Excited to join others in praying for America.
During the event, participants were encouraged to text in to sign the pledge for God and country.
Sharing a moment after signing the pledge.
Volunteers help make these events happen.
Reflecting on the message Franklin Graham shared Tuesday.
The Tommy Coomes Band led worship prior to Franklin Graham's message.
"I want you to get involved because if you don't, we're going to lose this country," Franklin Graham told folks toward the end of Tuesday's event. "There's no hope for America outside of the church of Jesus Christ taking a stand."
The Columbia, South Carolina, stop marked a record turnout so far on the Decision America Tour.