Decision America Tour: Photos from Indiana

By Ron Nickel and Earl Davidson   •   October 5, 2016

"The most important thing we can do here today is pray," Franklin Graham said toward the opening of Wednesday's Decision America Tour stop in Indianapolis, Indiana. An estimated 8,400 people turned out for the prayer rally, marking the second-best attended stop so far this year.
Praying with arms stretched high.
People were standing shoulder-to-shoulder in some places, worshipping and praying together.
Watching from the best seat in the house.
Franklin Graham encouraged the crowd to pray and get involved in politics at every level and to let their faith shine in every facet of their lives. "Our job, ladies and gentlemen, as Christians is to make the impact of Jesus Christ felt in every phase of life: religious, social, economic and political," he said. "But we must not do it in our own strength or wisdom. We can only do it as we surrender ourselves completely, 100 percent to almighty God allowing Him to work through us."
The verse 2 Chronicles 7:14 has been at the core of the Decision America Tour as Franklin Graham encourages people nationwide to seek God's hand and live out their faith.
Stretching to join hands in solidarity with a neighbor.
"The only hope for this country is almighty God," Franklin Graham shared Wednesday. "It’s almighty God and His Son, Jesus Christ. "
Proverbs 22:6 declares, "Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it."
Lifting hands high in worship.
Franklin Graham urged the crowd, saying it's not too late for America. "When God’s people come and God’s people pray let me tell you something, mountains can be moved."
Joining hands to pray for America.
Listening intently as Franklin Graham shares his heart for America.
The Billy Graham Rapid Response Team has had chaplains at every stop of the Decision America Tour ready to pray and talk with people in attendance.
More than 106,000 people have signed a pledge to God and country as of Wednesday's stop in Indianapolis, the 46th prayer rally of the 50-state tour.
Franklin Graham shares a moment with prayer rally attendees.
Volunteers are the backbone of the Decision America Tour.