For Billy Graham, it’s all about the ministry, always about the ministry, so, of course, to mark his 92nd birthday on Sunday he has evangelism in mind.
Evangelist Billy Graham, whose 92nd birthday is Nov. 7, made one of his few public appearances this year on April 21, 2010 when he attended the re-opening of the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, N.C., where more artwork, artifacts and videos of his ministry have been added since it opened in 2007.
In recent years, the frail evangelist is rarely out in the public eye — although President Obama, the first sitting president to visit Graham at Graham’s Montreat, N.C. mountaintop home, the 12th president with whom he has prayed.
There was also a lively rumor that he might preach at Carolina Panther’s stadium. Melany Ethridge, a spokesperson for Graham, says,
It is true that he has a sermon on his heart and would like to preach again. However, there is no venue or date planned. It would more likely be something he might record on video.
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