woman named Henrietta Mears. Henrietta was a education director in a
church in California. Through her influence many in her church, including
two prominent christian leaders were influenced for Christ. Henrietta was
faithful in many small ways to God and God blessed her work. One of the
men she influenced was Bill Bright. He was President and founder of a group
called Campus Crusade for Christ. It is believed that that group is
responsible for over 2 billion people hearing the gospel message. Another
man was none other than Billy Graham. We all know who Billy Graham is.
He’s probably witnessed to more people in more places than anyone alive.
Who knows how many people ...
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