Billy Graham

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When Billy Graham’s body lay in state in the capitol rotunda in Washington D.C., he was accorded a high honor rarely given to a private citizen.  “America’s pastor” as he was called, was the friend of presidents and was routinely … Continue reading

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He Knows Your Name

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During a recent visit to Charleston, South Carolina, my wife and I took a detour off the interstate in order to stop by Northside Baptist Church.  I was a Neighborhood Bible Time teen evangelist at this church in 1986.  I … Continue reading

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“… and the books.”

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My son texted me after flying back to his home after Christmas, “Flying out of Atlanta at night makes you think Thomas Edison may be the most influential man in history.”  This is a fairly astute observation.  A few years … Continue reading

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Forgotten Greatness

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Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, and Roosevelt are men not only conspicuous in the pages of American history; their images are carved into the stone face of Mt. Rushmore.  The record of the lives of some men makes it nearly impossible for … Continue reading

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