CHARLOTTE, N.C. (BP) — More than 1,600 of Billy Graham’s sermons dating back to 1949 are now available in audio format online.
The sermons — available at BillyGraham.org — are categorized by year, location and topic. (To find the link, click on “Multimedia,” then “Radio & Audio,” and then “Billy Graham Audio Archives.”)
The messages include everything from Graham’s famous Los Angeles crusade in 1949 to his comments at President Lyndon Johnson’s 1973 funeral to his sermons in Baltimore and New Orleans in 2006.
“Mr. Graham’s messages have inspired millions around the world and will continue to do so with the release of this audio library,” said Ken Barun, senior vice president of communications for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. “With more than 2 billion users on the Internet, his messages can now be accessed by many more for easy listening and sharing. Our ultimate goal is to continue Billy’s mission of using whatever means possible to spread the Gospel.”
The website and audio files are compatible for desktop computers and smartphones.
Compiled by Michael Foust, associate editor of Baptist Press.