July-August 2020

THE MAGAZINE OF THE BILLY GRAHAM EVANGELISTIC ASSOCIATION ENCOURAGES AND STRENGTHENS CHRISTIANS IN THEIR DAILY WALK WITH CHRIST. GET DISCIPLESHIP AND TEACHING ON HOW TO REACH OUT TO OTHERS FOR CHRIST AND STAY INFORMED ON BGEAC NEWS.

 

Chaplains minister at George Floyd protests sites

Ministry of presence brings spiritual change.

 

Tony Evans: God’s Kingdom demands righteousness and justice

It’s an endemic problem that needs deep fixing.

 

Franklin Graham: The love that conquers racism

Racism has caused deep wounds in our nation. But regret is not enough. We must make corrections, we must improve, we must act to bring positive change.

 

The stated goals of Black Lives Matter are anti-Christian

The question is not whether evangelicals should tackle a discussion on perceived or actual racism; the question for all Biblical Christians with an interest in social justice is “do the core values of Black Lives Matter square with the Bible’s clearly-prescribed ways of holiness and morality?”

 

Skip Heitzig: Dress rehearsal for a new world order?

Eyes fixed on Jesus Christ, we should understand the times.

 

David Jeremiah: Is the Coronavirus in Bible prophecy?

Six lessons to learn from the pandemic.

 

R.T. Kendall: Facing the unprecedented

Hard times are a testing ground for our faith.

 

Ravi Zacharias remembered as a ‘gentle giant of our faith’

Evangelist-apologist had a long history of BGEA involvement.

 

Ravi Zacharias: The lostness of man

“There is no culture, race or government that has escaped the blight of sin. The only difference is the degree of sophistication with which we manifest this condition.”

 

NFL head coach embraces role as divine calling

Frank Reich finds daily intimacy with Christ in God’s Word.

 

Cissie Graham Lynch: Do we truly know God?

As Christians, we aren’t meant to operate in fear, so why are so many people paralyzed with fear?

 

Billy Graham: Do you scoff at the second coming of Christ?

“Knowing this first: that scoffers will come in the last days” (2 Peter 3:3).

 

From death to life

When tragedy struck, a former abortionist began to grasp the value of life.

 

Anne Graham Lotz: God’s antidote to loneliness

Are you feeling lonely? God has an antidote.

 

Los Angeles 1963

“I was as phony as a three-dollar bill; now I feel clean in here.”

 

Ruth Bell Graham: How to start praying

Be pointed. Be persistent. Be patient. But pray.

 

From eavesdropper to believer

God works through Rapid Response Team chaplains to transform lives in flood-damaged Fort McMurray.