6 Ways to Watch Billy Graham Films

By   •   May 28, 2020

Have you been stuck at home and hoping for more wholesome TV?

The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) is now offering more than 20 inspiring films, 15 documentaries and 12 Billy Graham Classics available to stream online. A variety of this content can be found through the following video-on-demand platforms:

1. Amazon Prime

Amazon Prime subscribers can view BGEA movies and Billy Graham Classics for free. The films are available to non-subscribers for rent or digital purchase; the Billy Graham Classic sermons are available for purchase ($.99). 

2. Roku

Use a Roku device and follow the Billy Graham Television channel app to access the following: Billy Graham Classics, feature films, TV specials, ministry updates and testimonies.

3. Pure Flix

Pure Flix subscribers can view the following faith-based media at no additional cost to the monthly or annual streaming fee: Billy Graham Classics, TV specials, documentaries and movies.

4. Christian Cinema

Rent ($1.99-$4.99) or purchase ($4.99-$14.99) movies online through Christian Cinema. Watch the Billy Graham Classics, MyHope America, documentaries and movies. 

5. RightNow Media

Subscribe to RightNow Media via your church, business or ministry to watch Billy Graham Classics, movies and more.

6. iTunes

Follow the “Always Good News” program to listen or watch a series of half-hour TV specials, ministry updates and testimonies. 

Since 1951, the BGEA has been making movies through its motion picture division, World Wide Pictures (WWP). However, these weren’t just created for Christians’ entertainment, but to share the Gospel through any means possible.

“Thousands will come to see a film who would never come to hear a preacher,” Billy Graham often said, recognizing the power of film for ministry.

Some of the more popular WWP films include The Hiding PlaceThe Restless Ones and Last Flight OutIn many cases, these movie audiences received materials explaining how to come to Jesus Christ in repentance and faith after the showings. These included response cards that were mailed directly to BGEA headquarters for follow-up.

“Hundreds of thousands of individuals accepted Christ kneeling on sticky concrete floors in theaters across America,” said Barry Werner, former director of operations for World Wide Pictures.

Billy Graham appears in a number of the films, which span from 1955 to 2003. Some of the productions have been translated into as many as 38 languages and shown around the world. In all, World Wide Pictures produced over 130 films and most importantly, recorded more than 2.5 million decisions for Christ.

Watch the trailer below to learn more about the film selections.