Decision America Tour: Photos from Oregon

By Tommy Berry and Ron Nickel   •   June 28, 2016

Prayer is at the heart of every Decision America Tour stop. Would you commit to pray for your state and the nation?
Taking a stand for God and country during Franklin Graham's 50-state Decision America Tour.
June 28 marked the 30th stop of the Decision America Tour with Franklin Graham.
At each prayer rally, Franklin Graham encourages Christians to pray, vote and engage in the political process. He's challenging believers to prayerfully consider running for office to help win back the nation one school board and city council at a time.
The Bible says, "And it shall come to pass that everyone who calls upon the name of the Lord shall be saved" (Acts 2:21 ESV).
Meeting with fellow bikers who attended the event (and taking a quick selfie).
Making prayer a family affair.
Franklin Graham often asks the crowd at his Decision America Tour stops to pray for local law enforcement officers. When he asked those in Oregon, the crowd responded with applause.
An estimated 4,000 people came out to the State Capitol in Salem, Oregon, to pray for the United States and to hear Franklin Graham speak.
Pausing for a quick smile.
Franklin Graham visits with the family of Jaxson Breazeale, an Oregon teen who requested to meet the son of evangelist Billy Graham through the Make-A-Wish foundation. Earlier this year, Franklin visited the family at their Oregon home prior to Jaxson's passing.
At each Decision America Tour stop, Franklin Graham asks those in attendance to hold the hands of the people around them as they pray together for the United States to turn back to God.
Pamela Varndell, who calls herself Grandma America, was wearing 1700s period dress to reflect what George Washington’s mother would have worn. She made sure she was on the front row for Tuesday’s Decision America stop in Salem, Oregon, with her dog Shane. "Righteousness exalts a nation whose God is the Lord, that’s what our Scriptures say,” she said. “We were founded on a Godly heritage, and we need to return to that Godly heritage.”
There are 20 stops left on the Decision America Tour.