Decision America Tour: Photos from New York

By Tommy Berry and Paul Sherar   •   August 25, 2016

These boys were all dressed alike and proudly waved their American flags at Franklin Graham's 38th Decision America Tour stop in Albany, New York.
"We don’t want someone to say, 'Well, you are intolerant.' It’s not about being intolerant. ... It’s about holding up God’s standards," Franklin Graham told the crowd.
They joined hands to ask God to have mercy on America.
Giving God the glory.
Volunteers praying with ladies seated on bench.
Decision America volunteers pray with a couple of people who came to the rally.
Family of five holding hands and praying
Praying as a family.
An estimated crowd of 2,800 came to the New York State Capitol prayer rally—and did they pray!
Many brought their children to the prayer rally.
Franklin Graham repeated what his father, Billy Graham, said in 1952: "It's the duty of every individual Christian to study the issues, study the candidates, then go to the polls and vote."
The New York State Capitol is a magnificent structure. A Capitol lawn full of people praying for the nation was also a grand sight to behold.
The look on this man's face expressed his heart for God.
After they prayed to confess the sins of our nation, people broke out in applause for God.
Volunteers cover the prayer rally itself in prayer.
Dennis Agajanian told the crowd they sang the loudest of the 38 Decision America stops so far. Then they sang even louder.
Franklin Graham has said before that an estimated 20 million evangelical Christians reportedly didn’t vote in the last presidential election.
People joining hands and praying
Albany was Franklin Graham's 38th stop on his 50-state tour.
Franklin Graham greets a woman who came to the rally.