The documents and recordings in this exhibit
represent only a tiny portion of the materials in the Archives collections,
and even more so the evangelistic fervor that they record and represent.
We hope that it instructs, inspires and entertains, and that it
is a means of God's grace to those who visit it. This exhibit offers
an in-depth look at an important event for Evangelicalism in America,
and in the ministry of Billy Graham. We also hope that it will inspire
our guests to join in the worldwide effort to make Jesus Christ
known until He returns.
We especially hope and pray that those who are seeking will hear the gospel with fresh ears and eyes and choose to become followers of Jesus Christ. If you would like more information about what it means to trust and follow Jesus Christ or how to become one of his followers, see our resources for spiritual help.
This exhibit was a production of the BGC Archives, primarily by Paul Ericksen and Bob Shuster. The text for the narrative and captions was written by Bob, who also selected the items. Paul worked on the production, site construction and visual design. Audio recordings were transferred from wire recording to analog tape, then digitized by the Archives staff, primarily Bob. Noel Collins Pfeifer (pictured above) adjusted audio levels and minimized obstructing noise in the audio recordings to optimize listening. Documents were scanned primarily by Katherine Hamilton. Oral history interviews were transcribed by student workers Katherine Hamilton and Heather Hunt. David Jordan of the College's Media Resources digitized the Canvas Cathedral film.