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Can listening to some kinds of secular music and watching MTV affect my relationship with Jesus?
Dr. Graham has commented: "Some modern music does, beyond question, include lyrics that are blatantly and openly anti-religious ..."
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What can be done about immoral and violent television programs?
One of the most effective things that can be done to eliminate such programs is to write the sponsors.
What should we allow our children to watch on TV?
Billy Graham writes, "Images they see now will be with them the rest of their lives, molding their characters—for good or for ill."
Why are there so many TV shows with violence and sex being produced?
Billy Graham writes, "I suspect the main reason the programs you object to get produced is because they make money."
Does God care how we spend our free time (as long as we aren't doing anything wrong)?
Billy Graham writes, "It's wrong to think God doesn't want us to enjoy ourselves or that His goal is to make us miserable! ... God knows that we need times of rest and recreation."
The other day I was downloading a song and suddenly realized that it talks a lot about the devil. Will this hurt me spiritually?
Billy Graham writes, "One of the signs that God is working in your life is that you have become sensitive to things like this, and Satan would like nothing better than for you to ignore what God is trying to tell you."
Our neighbors love to go gambling on weekends, and they keep inviting us. Should we go with them occasionally?
Billy Graham writes, "Let them know you appreciate their invitation, but tell them honestly that this is not the kind of entertainment you wish to pursue."
A friend of mine doesn't think she ought to limit what her children read or see on television or the Internet.
Billy Graham writes, "No parent would allow their children to wander into a busy intersection or sample the pill bottles in their medicine cabinet. Shouldn't we safeguard our children's moral and spiritual health just as much?"
I gave my life to Jesus recently. My parents say that if I'm a Christian I'll have to give up the music I've always listened to. Are they right?
Billy Graham writes, "I suggest you begin by asking your parents what concerns them about your music—not to argue with them, but to understand them. You still may not agree, but if they have some legitimate concerns, you should respect them."
I've gotten in over my head financially because of gambling. I'm afraid my wife will leave me if she finds out.
Billy Graham writes, "Let me urge you first of all to face your situation honestly."
What's wrong with cussing once in a while? I find it's a pretty good way to let off some steam when I'm upset.
Billy Graham writes, "Our society has become so saturated with profanity and coarse language that we seem to have grown almost indifferent to it. ... But that doesn't make it right in the eyes of God."
If America is a Christian nation, why is there so much immorality in your movies and television programs? We would not allow these things in my country.
Billy Graham writes, "I share your concern for the way my society has turned its back on what is right and moral. As a Christian, I believe this is displeasing to God ..."
Classic Film Restored for DVD
Though Corrie ten Boom died in 1983, her story lives on in the World Wide Pictures film, "The Hiding Place."
'This is Real Life'
An actor in the film "Last Flight Out" lives for Christ in Hollywood.
God and Golf
Some people will be reached for Christ only by a relationship with a caring friend.
After ‘The Passion’
Do we understand the truths behind the movie?
Going Where He Sends Me
Ricky Skaggs says that God has led him to minister in bars, clubs, casinos and bluegrass festivals in addition to churches and crusades.
One Nation Under God
Country music artist Lee Greenwood is fighting to retain the phrase "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance.
'Where Are Youth? They're Online'
Passageway.org emphasizes evangelism training and follow-up for young people.
In Spite of How They Act ...
Every young person in your church needs at least five people older than them who will "root" for them until they are of age.