Saturday, March 2, 2013

A Most Popular Older Post Still Being Read"Sarah Palin:New Billy Graham Ad Campaign (With Photo's)

In reviewing the statistics for this site I have notice that the post below is receiving constant hits, from around the world, and up to 80 per day. It was originally posted in October 2012 at the height of the presidential campaign, and received a large number of views. 

As would be expected views declined sharply after the election but, all of a sudden, there is considerable interest in the item again.

I would hazard a guess that this is because, in these troubled times, people are searching for goodness, celebration of faith and the positivity of the church. 

These factors, with the example of outstanding role models like Reverend Billy and Reverend Franklin Graham, allied with the support of them from someone whose faith is unquestioned as Sarah Palin's is, are clearly leading people whose life views are similarly faith based to read this encouraging post.

I am absolutely delighted that the message about the Graham's from Governor Palin has touched so many and am most pleased and privileged to disseminate it further in the hope further people will also be inspired and uplifted by it. Here is the brief, heart-warming message from Sarah Palin which  possibly more than anything else she has ever spoken, is the true measure of the woman.

Sarah Palin: New Billy Graham Ad Campaign
October 19th 2012

A new Facebook Note posted Friday by Gov. Palin: (H/t Josh painter)
I've had the honor of working in the past with Rev. Franklin Graham's "Samaritan's Purse," and a few years ago it was a special honor to meet his wonderful father.

Yesterday Rev. Billy Graham launched a new ad campaign to encourage voters to elect good candidates who support Judeo-Christian values. Please take a moment to visit his website at to print out and download material you can use as posters or flyers in your church bulletins. Let's help him spread the word.

- Sarah Palin
    With Reverends Billy and Franklin Graham

          With Rev. Franklin Graham and Samaritan's Purse in Alaska.