Decision America Tour: Photos from Tallahassee

By   •   January 12, 2016

The second stop on the 50-state Decision America Tour brought Franklin Graham to Tallahassee, Florida, for a prayer rally on Tuesday, Jan. 12.
An estimated 3,500 came to hear Franklin Graham at the Decision America Tour's Tallahassee stop on Tuesday.
Many like-minded believers came out to "pray for our nation," as the 2016 election looms at the end of the year.
“Why didn’t we do this 30 years ago?” asked one woman who drove 200 miles to the rally. Read more about Tuesday's stop.
“Our nation is in trouble,” Franklin Graham started the Tallahassee prayer rally. “And there’s not one political party that can fix it."
Franklin Graham asked those in attendance to seek forgiveness for the sins of the nation, themselves and of their fathers.
The Decision America Tour will be held in the state capitals in all 50 states during the next 10 months.
Capturing a memory of the Tallahassee prayer rally.
"The most important thing we can do is pray," Franklin Graham said during his Decision America Tour stop in Tallahassee, Florida. The first half of that event was spent in prayer.
“I’ve got a question for you,” Franklin Graham asked the crowd. “Are your sins forgiven?”
A patriotic moment at Tuesday's prayer rally.
Franklin Graham shared about his father, Billy Graham, who went to school at a time when the Pledge of Allegiance was recited every day, along with the Lord's Prayer.
The Tommy Coomes Band encouraged the crowd with their song, "My Hope."
Those who wanted to make a commitment to both God and America were asked to take out their smartphones and text in their pledges.
"I pray that God would hear our prayers today and give us favor," Franklin Graham told the crowd in Tallahassee, Florida.
"Let's take this nation back!" Franklin Graham said as he concluded the Florida prayer rally on Tuesday.