Evangelist Franklin Graham scored a major religious freedom victory this week, with a Scottish court issuing a stern ruling claiming his organization was treated unfairly and unequally.
Hundreds of people surrendered their lives to Jesus Christ after evangelist Franklin Graham preached the Gospel to them during a special evangelistic event in Mongolia last weekend.
American evangelist Franklin Graham has urged Christians to pray for President Joe Biden, who contracted a highly contagious variant of the coronavirus despite receiving vaccinations.
Footage has emerged of Ukrainian Christians singing in their wartorn land that “because He lives, we can face tomorrow.”
Canadian police detained protesters Friday to break the three-week “Freedom Convoy” by truckers and others angry over the country’s COVID-19 restrictions, including vaccine mandates.
Canada’s prime minister imposed autocratic measures Monday to quell massive protests by truckers and others opposing his government’s COVID-19 restrictions.
A Swedish firm producing injectable microchips for humans entered the New Year wishing that its product would be used globally as a COVID-19 health pass, despite worries among Christians.
American evangelist Franklin Graham has condemned U.S.-based Satanists after they tried “to destroy” Christmas over the weekend.
American evangelist Franklin Graham urged prayers for residents in Kentucky, Arkansas, Illinois, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Missouri, where scores died in the worst tornadoes in years.
Marcus D. Lamb, the co-founder and CEO of the Christian Daystar Television Network, officially died of COVID-19, but his wife defended his televised anti-vaccination views. He was 64.
US preacher Franklin Graham has won a UK legal case brought by British LGBT activists who accused him of promoting homophobia, and will now be able to hold an event in Sheffield, England in May, the BBC reports. The parties agreed to a confidential settlement, with no admission of liability on either side.
American evangelist Franklin Graham has urged believers to pray for the “thousands of people desperately trying to escape from Afghanistan,” including Afghan Christians and up to 15,000 Americans as well as their allies. Graham, son of the late legendary preacher Billy Graham, appealed “after the country’s fall to the Taliban” group, which he called Islamic extremists.
A British court has ruled that the 2018 UK Lancashire Festival of Hope featuring Franklin Graham was subject to discrimination by local authorities which removed festival bus advertisements reading only “Time for Hope,” Assist News reports. The Blackpool Borough Council and Blackpool Transport Services were found to have violated the UK’s Equality Act 2010 by discriminating against the Festival specifically because of Graham’s religious views on homosexuality.
In what at least some conservative Christians view as an answer to prayer, Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court late Monday by a deeply divided Senate.
U.S. President Donald J. Trump says Jesus Christ is more famous than him and urges people to turn to Christ, especially during the coronavirus pandemic. ”Masks, no masks, everything, you can do all you want, but you know, you still need help from the Boss,” Trump said, looking up and pointing to the sky.
U.S. evangelist Franklin Graham, who supports the re-election of President Donald J. Trump, has urged Christians to pray on Sunday for the United States.
With a nation in turmoil, U.S.-based Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) has asked Christian artists and preachers to explore how faith should impact American voters in the presidential election.
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence joined tens of thousands of Christians to pray in Washington for a nation beset by political and social turmoil ranging from deadly riots to fierce political infighting.
As he prepares to lead a prayer march in Washington, D.C., next week, evangelist Franklin Graham said the dire problems besetting the country are ones only God can solve, and time is short.
Despite an ongoing coronavirus pandemic, U.S. evangelist Franklin Graham urged Americans Wednesday to join him in a prayer march in Washington, D.C. as the nation faces deadly riots and other turmoil.