Graham: Now in Glory
Reverend Dr. Billy Graham passed away February 21, 2018 at the age of 99. Countless millions of people in more than 185 countries around the world heard the Gospel of Christ through Dr. Graham for more than 80 years of ministry.
The Lutheran Laymen’s League settled its calling on the Lutheran Hour radio broadcasts to preaching a changeless Christ in a changing world. Through depressions, recessions, World Wars, police actions, social upheaval and increased immortality, the Lutheran Laymen’s League unique commitment to sharing Christ continued. This year, we celebrate the Lutheran Laymen’s League 100th anniversary.
Billy Graham visited the Lutheran Laymen’s League headquarters in 1970. He spoke to employees, encouraging them to continue mightily with The Lutheran Hour broadcasts. Now, The Lutheran Hour is the longest running Christian broadcast in the world. “Dr. Graham saw the importance of being present with a clear Gospel proclamation to reach non-believers with the love of Christ”, says the president of the Lutheran Hour Ministries, Kurt Buchholz.
Now that voice has been stilled. The world has lost a great man, but those in heaven are surely rejoicing.
Lutheran Hour Ministries has tremendous resources to offer. From radio to online ministries, we are your partner in ministry. As Christians, you are part of what God is doing through The Lutheran Hour ministries. Your gifts and prayers make a very real impact on this ministry each day. Remember the Lutheran Hour Ministries and look forward to seeing how the Lord will work through us.
The Lutheran Hour can be heard every Sunday on radio stations
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KDUZ (1260 AM) at 12:30pm KDHL (920 AM) at 6:00pm
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