Me and Mr. Graham

It Was On My Mind

It was sometime in March of 1998 when I received a call from my friend and client, Don Bailey, at The Billy Graham Training Center at The Cove in Asheville North Carolina. “We’re having an event at the Diana Wortham Theater for Mrs. Graham’s birthday on April 5th. Everyone here is concerned that we fill the place up! Would you and your wife like tickets to the event?” I had been in the printing business for several years, and Don and I had worked together since he was asked to oversee communications at The Cove in the early 90’s. He was a friendly and passionate man who loved the Graham family, and the ministry he served so well. I immediately said yes, of course. Billy Graham had been a part of our lives growing up in North Carolina, and my family had often gathered around our television set to…

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