Faces of the Decision America Tour

By   •   March 15, 2016

A girl bows her head in prayer at the Decision America stop in New Mexico.
Franklin Graham is holding prayer rallies in each state to encourage people to pray for the nation to turn back to God and to live out their faith at home, in public and at the ballot box.
Woman waving flag
A woman waves an American flag at a prayer rally in Denver, Colorado.
Kids holding signs
"God's not dead," a sentiment echoed by Franklin Graham in Arizona: "Jesus Christ is not dead," he told the crowd. "He's alive here at the State Capitol."
2 women dressed warm, with flag
From chilly Iowa to sunny Hawaii, the 50-state Decision America Tour with Franklin Graham is on a roll. Thousands of people across the first 10 states have come out to join the tour so far, including many children. The tour has stopped in Iowa, Florida, Louisiana, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Georgia, Hawaii, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. Ten states down, 40 to go.
Woman holding hat
Listening to Franklin Graham in Denver, Colorado.
Two men holding hands in prayer
These men were among the more than 2,000 that turned out in Hawaii to pray for our nation.
Billy Graham Rapid Response Team chaplains have been on hand in each state to pray with people who request prayer. Here, the chaplains pray prior to the Feb. 24 Decision America Tour stop in Hawaii.
Man with flag in hood
Taking it all in during the Feb. 9 prayer rally in Columbia, South Carolina.
These two women joined about 3,500 others for the second stop on the Decision America Tour in Tallahassee, Florida.
Crying out to God during a time of prayer in Des Moines, Iowa. Franklin Graham has encouraged people not only to pray for the country, but for their individual sins as well.
College students in front of sign
Youth have been an active part of each prayer rally stop.
Franklin Graham and man taking selfie
A quick selfie after the Decision America Tour stop in Atlanta.
Man holding up Bible
The time is now to take a stand for God and country.
Man holding wooden cross
Standing together for God and country.
Woman with kids sitting
All bundled up for the Columbia, South Carolina, stop.
Dennis Agajanian has provided music during the Decision America Tour.
Man smiling
Radiating the love of Jesus Christ.
Franklin Graham waits to address the crowd in Colorado.
She'll raise the flag to that. Over 2,500 people attended the Decision America kickoff in Iowa where Franklin Graham said God can use their prayers to help turn the nation around from its moral decline.
3 young people smiling
Excited to be part of Decision America in Hawaii.
Woman in sunglasses clapping
Breaking out the shades in sunny Tallahassee, Florida.
Man praying, holding hat
Calling out to God in Colorado.
Two young people with flags
Stopping to take a picture outside the Louisiana State Capitol in Baton Rouge.
Man with earmuffs and hat
Dressed for the occasion in Iowa.
Joining hands in prayer in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Caught in a moment of worship in New Mexico.
Decision America volunteers outside the Iowa State Capitol in Des Moines.
Two boys in ties
Matching ties for the Decision America stop in Baton Rouge.
Can't forget the coffee. This couple wisely brought some warm drinks to combat the cold, windy weather in Concord, New Hampshire.
“Our country is in trouble,” Franklin Graham has said on the Decision America Tour. "It’s in big-time trouble. The moral and political walls of our nation are crumbling. The most important thing we can do as Christians is pray.”
Happily passing out flags in chilly Concord, New Hampshire.
"If My people who are called by My name will humble themselves, and pray and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land." —2 Chronicles 7:14, NKJV