Decision America Tour: Photos from Oklahoma

By Tommy Berry and Ron Nickel   •   April 27, 2016

The Decision America Tour with Franklin Graham stopped in Oklahoma City on Wednesday.
Franklin Graham is visiting all 50 states this year, calling Americans to pray, vote and engage.
Many families turned out for the noon prayer rally at the Oklahoma State Capitol.
Women with arms raised
Oklahoma City was the 18th stop on the Decision America Tour.
Man with flag in his hat
Billy Graham once said, "I believe God honors leaders in high places who honor Him."
Two boys praying
Oklahomans of all ages bowed their heads in prayer for the United States of America.
"Secularism has crept into Washington like a thief in the night," Franklin Graham said, adding that it’s seeped into the schools and local government, too.
It was a beautifully mild, sunny day as people gathered to pray together on the lawn. Many had prayed for good weather, and the storms that threatened the region stayed away for the event.
More than 5,100 people crowded the lawn to hear Franklin Graham speak.
"It's not that the enemy is at the gate. He has come through the gate because we've left the doors wide open," Franklin said, as he encouraged Christians to take back the country through prayer, voting and participating in the political process.
Man on knees in prayer
"If my people who are called by my name 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 (ESV)
"Let me tell you something: Your vote counts," Franklin told the crowd.
Woman looking at phone
At each rally, attendees can send a text to support the values of the Decision America Tour or to make a decision to accept Jesus Christ.
Many people pulled out their cell phones when Franklin gave instructions on how to pledge support for biblical values or make a decision for Christ.
Will you pray for Franklin Graham as he continues to take the Gospel to every state in the nation?
Two vets praying hand in hand
Praying together for the United States.