The Decision America Tour

Decision America Tour

Dear Friend,
The Decision America Tour has been picking up steam over the last four weeks, and we’ve had great crowds at each stop. I’ll be in Columbia, South Carolina, next Tuesday and Atlanta, Georgia, next Wednesday. Today I’m excited to announce seven new stops, in addition to those already released. I hope you’ll pray with us and spread the word.

May 3—Nashville, Tennessee
May 4—Frankfort, Kentucky
May 5—Charleston, West Virginia
May 17—Jefferson City, Missouri
May 18—Lincoln, Nebraska
May 24—Pierre, South Dakota
May 25—Bismarck, North Dakota
(See more dates below.)

As I travel to each state, I meet so many Christians who are tired of seeing God’s truth silenced, and I’m honored to stand with them on their capitol steps in prayer for our nation. I want to encourage God’s people to pray, vote, and engage in their communities—and it looks like this is exactly what happened in Iowa this week.

The polls show that more evangelical Christians came out to vote in the caucuses Monday than in 2008 or 2012. I hope this will be true for both the Democratic and Republican parties and spread to every state—for the primaries, the caucuses, and the general elections in November. If men and women who love God and fear Him will stand up and let their voices be heard at the ballot box, it will make a difference in our country.

Have You Signed The Pledge Yet?

Thank you for your support of the Decision America Tour and for standing up for God’s truth. If you haven’t signed the pledge to God and our country, please do so today at,

http://www.DecisionAmericaTour.com.

May He bless you and your faithfulness—and may God bless America!

Sincerely,

Franklin Graham
Franklin Graham

P.S. Don’t forget to pray for these Decision America Tour dates also and share them on social media. If you live nearby, bring your friends or fill a bus from your church.

“‘Not by might nor by power, but by My Spirit,’ says the Lord of hosts.”
—Zechariah 4:6, NKJV

February 9—Columbia, South Carolina
February 10—Atlanta, Georgia
February 24—Honolulu, Hawaii
March 15—Denver, Colorado
March 16—Santa Fe, New Mexico
March 18—Phoenix, Arizona
March 29—Salt Lake City, Utah
March 30—Carson City, Nevada
March 31—Sacramento, California
April 12—Little Rock, Arkansas
April 13—Jackson, Mississippi
April 14—Montgomery, Alabama
April 26—Austin, Texas
April 27—Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
April 28—Topeka, Kansas

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