MONTREAT, N.C. (AP) -- Christian evangelist Billy Graham may be hampered by age and declining health, but he isn't done preaching yet.
The Charlotte Observer reported Monday that the 94-year-old has been talking on camera for months. The Charlotte-based Billy Graham Evangelistic Association plans to distribute his filmed comments on TV, DVD, and the Internet in November as part of a new nationwide evangelical effort.
Association chief of staff Ken Barun says Graham is talking about how he sees today. The cameras catch Graham mostly fielding questions in his Montreat home posed by visiting Baptist pastor Don Wilton of Spartanburg, S.C.
Billy Graham's last crusade was in 2005 in New York. Since his wife's death in 2007, he has spent most of his time at his home.
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