A Three-Day Revival with Billy Graham

By   •   October 13, 2011

Tune in to the Trinity Broadcasting Network this weekend for three powerful evangelistic messages from Billy Graham. On each night, Jan Crouch interviews Franklin Graham about the sermon topic and about the details of each Crusade. You will also get a behind-the-scenes look at the Billy Graham Training Center at The Cove in Asheville, N.C.

On Friday, Oct. 14, at 10 p.m. ET, Mr. Graham preaches on “The Cross” from Glascow, Scotland, in 1991.

This Saturday, Oct. 15, watch Billy Graham’s sermon, “The Holy Spirit and You,” which he preached in Sacramento, CA, in 1983. The show will air at 10, ET.

On the final night, Sunday, Oct. 16, at 10 p.m. ET, don’t miss “The Second Coming of Christ” from the 1990 Albany, NY, Crusade.

Franklin Graham will ask members of the TV audience to commit their lives to Christ at the conclusion of each message. He will also talk about the various ministries of the BGEA and share how the organization is committed to continuing the work of the Gospel.

Vist tbn.org for more information and the broadcast schedule.

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  1. Cherie says:

    My pastor became a Christian because he went to see Rev. Graham. He was a Chix gang member (seriously) and looking for something better. He's still a 'stiff-necked Swede', he heh, but he ABSOLUTELY got what he needed – a life of fighting the Right Battles. Rev. Graham has given much more than he has received, and I would not be the person I am had it not been for the seeds he planted. My eternal gratitude rests with our Father, who planted this guy on this world.

  2. Joshua says:

    My Grandfather was a rough customer. He was a moonshiner in his early years and had no respect for fake preachers. As a child growing up at his house the only preaching he ever watched was Billy Graham when the crusades would be on. He got saved before the years of hard living caught up with him at age 59. Thank you Mr. Graham for being a real man's preacher.