Evangelist Franklin Graham delivered a significant cautionary message concerning the persecution of Christians in the United States. This warning was conveyed during his main speech at the opening session of the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) convention, taking place in Orlando, Florida, until Thursday.
Graham addressed the audience, which consisted of professionals from Christian media organizations and ministries, advising them to brace themselves for the impending “storm” that Christians may face. He expressed his belief that the world has rapidly deteriorated, with what seems like every evil force unleashed. He emphasized the importance of not being deceived or misled, urging everyone to prepare themselves for what lies ahead.
At the age of 70, Graham serves as the president and CEO of Samaritan’s Purse, a Christian organization dedicated to relief efforts and evangelism, a position he has held since 1979. Additionally, he leads the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, a role he has assumed since 2001.
During his speech, Graham, the son of the late evangelist Billy Graham, encouraged the audience to remain steadfast in their adherence to the Gospel and to refuse compromising the teachings of the Bible.
He highlighted the prevailing “cancel culture” that seeks to dismantle Christian organizations and silence their voices. Graham cautioned that there is a concerted effort to suppress Christian perspectives, emphasizing the need to be prepared for potential challenges.
Graham urged Christian organizations to equip themselves to defend against the expanding cancel culture, which encompasses sectors such as business, insurance, banking, and technology. He challenged them to persistently share the message of hope through Jesus Christ, even in increasingly arduous circumstances.
The evangelist cautioned that any organization promoting the Christian message could become a target and face cancellation from financial institutions and major tech companies. Multiple incidents have already been reported where banks have terminated relationships with Christian ministries or big-tech platforms have de-platformed Christians, as highlighted by CBN News.
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