I did not know Graham well personally though my father, Oscar, and his father, Arthur, became very good friends at the ancestor of Newbold College in the years just before WW1, a friendship that lasted all their lives. However, Graham's ministry to missionaries over the years was a blessing to me in West Africa in the 1960s and late 1970s and in Palau in the 1990s. He has had an enormous influence on my thinking about God and I hope and pray that in some small way I have been able to share that blessing with others. My condolences go to the family, especially Malcolm, who I did know from his time in the Pacific Northwest. We can look forward confidently to the Resurrection.