Billy Graham was a farm boy in Charlotte, North Carolina, when God called him into ministry. From the late-1930s until his passing in 2018, God made a way for this humble man to preach to millions around the world—in person, through TV and radio, in print and online.
If you’re looking for inspiration as you follow the Lord in ministry, visit the Archive and Research Center in Charlotte, Billy Graham’s hometown. Explore multimedia files up close, including sermon notes, photos, video, audio and correspondence with global leaders. You’ll study time-tested principles used by Billy Graham and his team to share the Gospel, and be strengthened in your own calling to reach those around you.
Just a short distance away, you can also experience the Billy Graham Library. Take the Library’s free Journey of Faith tour, a series of videos, galleries and exhibits documenting Billy Graham’s legacy—and showing what can happen with an ordinary life surrendered to God.
Consider participating in the Library’s School of Evangelism with sessions led by Bible teachers and Billy Graham Evangelistic Association team members on topics like “How to Give an Invitation” and “The Centrality of Prayer.”
Together, the Billy Graham Library and Billy Graham Archive and Research Center have one mission: to encourage, inspire, and equip future leaders like you for proclamation evangelism.
Our desire is the same one that fueled Billy Graham’s lifelong work—to see lost men, women, and children come to salvation through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
To learn more about seminars and opportunities to explore the Billy Graham Library and Billy Graham Archive and Research Center, call 704-401-3200.
Opening fall 2022
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Reopening fall 2022