Billy Graham's daughter in Augusta Tuesday

Monday, Jan. 23, 2012 4:17 PM
Last updated Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2012 10:30 AM
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Anne Graham Lotz, the daughter of evangelist Billy Graham, will be in Augusta today to share her plans for a September event called “Just Give Me Jesus.”

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The free two-day revival for women is scheduled for Sept. 21-22 at James Brown Arena.

Lotz will address pastors, volunteers and the media at two churches today. She will speak to pastors and church leaders for two hours this morning at First Presbyterian Church of Augusta. An afternoon media appearance will follow at the church.

This evening, Lotz will speak to women at a revival kickoff celebration at First Baptist Church of North Augusta.

Seating is limited.

Lotz, 63, is the founder and president of AnGeL Ministries in Raleigh, N.C. She has written more than a dozen books, including devotionals, a children’s book and the best-selling Just Give Me Jesus, a title that inspired the series of revivals, which have been held worldwide since 2000.

For more details, see annegraham
lotz.com.

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Riverman1 01/24/12 - 03:42 am
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Dang, she sure looks like

Dang, she sure looks like Billy.

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LouLou 01/24/12 - 07:49 am
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She favors her mother too,

She favors her mother too, very attractive lady, beautiful smile

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Willow Bailey 01/24/12 - 10:19 am
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Mrs. Lotz is a gifted

Mrs. Lotz is a gifted teacher and author. Her upcoming Seminar will be very important as it relates to what is currently happening in this country and around the world and what we can expect to see in this generation. It will be worth the time invested.

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