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Sarah HartlandFeb 21, 2018 12:00:00 AM1 min read

Billy Graham is 'Home,' But His Words Stay With Us

For many, it is hard to imagine a time when Rev. Billy Graham wasn’t a household name. Deemed America’s “most famous preacher” and “the Protestant pope,” Graham’s legacy will endure for centuries to come. Counselor to presidents and a voice to millions, his message was a simple yet transformative one: the gospel of Jesus Christ. And transform people it did. Graham’s efforts are said to have led somewhere around 3 million individuals to Christ, and the ministry he leaves behind, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, is sure to impact many more.


You can learn about Graham’s life, legacy, and message on the memorial site set up in his honor, and in the following powerful films:

Common Ground: Billy Graham

African villages. NYC. World leaders. Australian Bushmen. It doesn't matter who or where you are, when you hear Graham speak, you're on "Common Ground." Watch Common Ground →

Billy Graham: A Prophet with Honor

Meet Graham as he talks about the unprecedented opportunities he was given to spread the gospel. Watch A Prophet with Honor →

Gathering of Souls: The Billy Graham Crusades

This documentary gives the full history of the Billy Graham Crusades, starting with the first moving event in Los Angeles in 1949. Watch Gathering of Souls →


Inspiring real life stories intertwined with never-before-seen footage of Graham talking about heaven. Watch Heaven →

Graham famously said, “My home is in Heaven. I'm just traveling through this world.”  He went home Feb. 21, 2018. He was 99.


Sarah Hartland

Sarah Hartland knew she wanted to be a writer from the time she wrote her first short story in the fourth grade. By the time she was in high school, she had written two novellas and countless short stories. It was her love of storytelling that led her into marketing and media.

Sarah freelanced throughout her time at Colorado Christian University, where she graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration. At CCU, Sarah competed in speech and debate across the country, securing multiple awards and a national debate championship. She co-lead CCU's first-ever broadcast media program, CCU.TV, and served as the program's Student Producer during her senior year.

When she's not writing blog posts or editing a video, Sarah loves to swing dance, ski, travel, or visit her seven younger siblings in Montana.