Decision America Tour: Photos from Maine

By Tommy Berry and Paul Sherar   •   August 23, 2016

crowd at rally
The Aug. 23 prayer rally in Maine marked the 36th stop of the Decision America Tour with Franklin Graham.
Woman with "Jesus is the way" sign
Although the Decision America rallies are mostly attended by Christians, thousands have indicated making a decision for Christ at the events.
Group waving flags
Happy to be there.
For anyone wondering how they can make a difference: vote and pray, says Franklin Graham.
Woman praying
"America is being stripped of its biblical heritage," Franklin Graham said before leading the crowd in prayer.
Man with flag
Find the strength to call on God no matter what.
Franklin Graham shakes hand
Franklin Graham greets a man in the crowd after the prayer rally in Augusta, Maine.
Franklin Graham
Franklin Graham challenged Christians in the crowd to take a stand by running for office. "Could you imagine if the cities in your state had Christian mayors?" he asked.
Woman with hand raised
Those at Tuesday's event in Maine were happy to join in prayer and worship to God.
Woman clapping
The crowd joined in singing 'God Bless America" and "How Great Thou Art."
Men worshipping
Unashamed worship.
Elderly woman with younger man
Each prayer rally unites people from all walks of life.
Girl on man's shoulders
"Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it." —Proverbs 22:6
Franklin Graham at podium
Signs with the message "Prayer Changes Things" were sprinkled throughout the crowd.
Women smiling
A Billy Graham Rapid Response Team chaplain shares a smile with a woman as they both pull out their phones. At each rally, Franklin Graham uses text messaging to connect with attendees and send them information.
Crowd praying
Attendees hold hands in prayer across the Capitol Park.