Decision America Tour: Photos from Missouri

By Tommy Berry and TJ Petrino   •   May 17, 2016

Franklin Graham
Jefferson City, Missouri, marked the 23rd stop of the Decision America Tour on May 17.
People in ponchos
Attendees donned their best rain gear for the hour prayer rally with Franklin Graham.
Group in worship
A true moment of worship.
Man with 'God Made America' sign.
Franklin Graham spoke about the roots of this nation: “The Word of God is all throughout our government. Our forefathers chiseled it in stone.”
Man with 'Elect Jesus' shirt
Elect Jesus.
People walking with umbrellas
In state after state, thousands have trekked to their state's Capitol to pray and repent with Franklin Graham for America and its leaders.
Man with wet blazer
Who says rain has to dampen your spirit?
Woman wrapped in coats
Bundled up tight to stay warm and dry.
people sit on window ledge
Large windows allowed this group to step outside and watch the prayer rally from a ledge.
Men praying
Standing in prayer for America.
Boy in raincoat with umbrella
This little guy came prepared.
Girl in stroller
Having a peek around to see what all the excitement is about.
Large crowd with umbrellas
The estimated crowd of 6,700 poured from the front steps of the Capitol to the parking lot and across the street.
Men in motorcycle jackets praying
Bikers pause for a moment of prayer.
Volunteer with American flags
Decision America Tour volunteers were prepped and ready.
Man and woman with umbrellas
Despite the rain, these two were all smiles.
Franklin Graham and crowd
“Jesus Christ is not dead,” Franklin Graham told the crowd loudly. “He’s alive. He’s alive right here in your capital today.”
Man with cell phone
Franklin Graham asks those in the crowd to text the ministry for spiritual growth resources and pledge to pray for America.
Woman hands out flags
Volunteers passed out American flags and Christian flags.
Franklin Graham and sea of ubrellas
“I don’t want you to leave here today and forget,” Franklin Graham said. He reiterated his call to pray, vote and to get involved in the community.