Evangelist Billy Graham ended his crusades two years ago, but his work will be carried into the future with a new 27 million dollar museum.
Former Presidents Carter, Clinton and George H.W. Bush are expected to be among 15-hundred well-wishers today at the private dedication of the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte.
The 40-thousand-square-foot complex is built near the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association in Charlotte. It traces the 88-year-old preacher's rise from farm boy to the most widely heard minister of all time.
Over his career Graham preached the Gospel in person to more than 210 million people.