From Shoeboxes to War Zones: How Samaritan’s Purse became a $1 Billion Humanitarian Aid Powerhouse
The Rev. Franklin Graham said his Christian humanitarian relief organization was sending disaster response teams to Poland, Romania, and Moldova to assess how it can meet the needs of Ukrainians fleeing their country.
A handful of U.S-based Christian nonprofits have consistently praised Russian president Vladimir Putin as a global beacon of hope, both for families and for the survival of Christianity.
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Evangelist Franklin Graham successfully underwent a specialized heart surgery on Monday to treat a condition which had developed in recent months, a spokesman said.
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Former Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Tim Tebow was on the ground helping with the humanitarian relief effort in Afghanistan just days after being cut from the NFL team.
Franklin Graham, who has been sharply critical of President Biden’s pullout from Afghanistan, called for a day of prayer for the people of Afghanistan Sunday (Aug. 22).
Franklin Graham pleaded with evangelical Christians to get vaccinated against COVID-19 in an interview with Axios that appeared over the weekend on HBO, saying, “I want people to know that COVID-19 can kill you.”