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A tribute to Billy Graham


Billy Graham 1966

William Franklin Graham was born on November 7, 1918 in Charlotte, North Carolina. He grew up in a farming household that was strict but fair, governed by the culture of American Presbyterianism, although as a young adult he became a Baptist. These life lessons of Christian faith, hard work, and personal discipline would serve Billy well for his future role.

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