Billy Graham Remembers Chuck Colson

Posted by Kendall Harmon

[Charles] Colson wrote that he had many rich memories with Mr. Graham, but none as meaningful as the day both men toured Memphis Federal Prison.

After speaking to 1,000 inmates outside the prison walls, Billy visited the maximum security segregation unit to see men who weren’t permitted to hear him preach.

Colson was amazed to see Mr. Graham—“clearly the greatest evangelist of the 20th century—as he sat on the floor talking through the grate in a cell door to lead an inmate to Christ.”

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