In November 2017, Museum of the Bible, which aims to be the most technologically advanced museum in the world, will open its 430,000-square-foot nonprofit museum just three blocks from the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.

"Time" magazine named "the Ebola fighters" as its 2014 person of the year, including Dr. Kent Brantly, the first American to contract and survive the disease. Brantly was working for Samaritan's Purse in Liberia when he was infected with the deadly virus.

Hillsong Conference is an annual gathering that takes place in countries around the world. Hillsong has churches in city centers in 19 countries and on five continents.

In 2016, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association traveled to all 50 state capitals for its "Decision America Tour," encouraging Christians to pray for the country and its leaders.

One hundred volunteers from across the country blitz New York City dressed as life-sized Operation Christmas Child shoebox gifts in November 2011.

In 2004, Bishop T.D. Jakes held the first MegaFest event, a four-day conference in Atlanta that broke Georgia Dome attendance records with more than 140,000 people at a single gathering.

Bobby Gruenewald, founder of YouVersion, presented Pope Francis with an iPhone loaded with the Bible App and the Bible App for Kids during a visit to the Vatican in 2014.

The Samaritan's Purse emergency field hospital is mobile and ready to deploy at a moment’s notice to provide emergency medical relief in disaster-stricken areas where the medical infrastructure is damaged, overwhelmed or nonexistent.

Bishop T.D. Jakes, senior pastor and founder of The Potter’s House, appeared on CNN prior to a MegaFest event. Since 2004, some 1 million people have attended one of the seven MegaFest conferences held in Atlanta, Dallas and Johannesburg, South Africa.

The 1997 Promise Keepers’ assembly on the National Mall drew some 1,100 media from around the world.

After serving time in prison for a Watergate-related charge, Charles W. “Chuck” Colson founded Prison Fellowship Ministries in 1976, which has since become the nation's largest outreach to prisoners, ex-prisoners and their families.

Franklin Graham, president of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Samaritan’s Purse, visited Ground Zero with the Deputy Mayor of New York days after 9/11.

In December 2003, President George W. and First Lady Laura Bush visit with children of prisoners at an event for Prison Fellowship’s Angel Tree in Alexandria, Virginia.

In May 2007, with three past U.S. Presidents in attendance, DeMoss facilitated 240 media at the dedication of the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, N.C.