Billy Graham Center
Archives

Do you want to continue your student's
Treasure Hunt?

While most of the Archives collections must be used in the Archives Reading Room, the Archives Web site is still a great place to find resources for your student to explore history, whether of evangelism or missions, the world, the United States, numerous countries, Illinois or Chicago. Here are a few possibilities, taken from the Archives Bulletin Board, exhibits and more:

To explore the story of the spread of the Gospel...

To travel the world in search of missions history...

To drop in on events and places in world history...

To venture out closer to home in search of American history...

To look in your backyard at Chicago history...

  • ...go behind the bars at Chicago's Cook County Jail with chaplain Consuella York
  • ...wander into the life and work of the vibrant Chicago Gospel Tabernacle that started in 1922

    To see a little bit of Wheaton history...

  • ...attend the dedication service for the Billy Graham Center where Billy Graham spoke
  • ...listen to a Wheaton student describe the campus revival in 1995
  • ...hear Wheaton grad and missionary martyr Jim Elliot preach on Jesus' miracle of feeding the five thousand
  • And there's lots more at the Archives Web site. What else can you find there?


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    Last Revised: 11/1/05
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