Decision America Tour: Photos from North Dakota

By Tommy Berry and Ron Nickel   •   May 25, 2016

The 26th stop of the Decision America Tour with Franklin Graham took place on May 25 in Bismarck, North Dakota. "Jesus Christ is not dead; He's alive and He's right here with us in Bismarck," Franklin Graham told the crowd of around 3,100.
Smiling despite the rainy weather.
Among those who showed up to pray, many were young.
"The most important thing we can do here is pray," said Franklin Graham on the North Dakota State Capitol steps.
Whether standing or sitting, North Dakotans joined hands as they pleaded with God to heal their land.
One of many children who came to pray with Franklin Graham in Bismarck.
One of the many joyful faces of the Decision America Tour.
Franklin Graham urged Christians to consider running for public offices on all levels. He also asked everyone to pledge via text to commit to God and country.
What will our country be like for them 30 years from now?
The rainy weather didn't seem to dampen their spirits.
We're just over halfway through the Decision America Tour.
One of the many young patriots waving flags on the North Dakota State Capitol grounds.
Billy Graham Rapid Response Team (RRT) chaplain Jeff Naber chats with a North Dakotan. RRT chaplains are present at each Decision America prayer rally to talk and pray with people.
The next generation of Americans was greatly represented in Bismarck.
This sign sums up the message of the Decision America Tour.
Franklin Graham gets the chance to shake hands and speak with many who share his burden for America.
Does this remind you of Zacchaeus, from the Bible?
An aerial view of the Decision America Tour stop in North Dakota.