- The Washington Times - Thursday, November 7, 2013

The turnout for the Rev. Billy Graham’s 95th birthday is expected to reach into the triple-digits on Thursday, as many as 700 have been invited to the Asheville celebration.

Among the notables: Former President Bill Clinton, former vice presidential candidate and Alaskan governor, Sarah Palin, and billionaire businessman Donald Trump, The Associated Press reported.

Mr. Graham will attend the party that was set up by his son, the Rev. Franklin Graham. But he’s not expected to deliver remarks, or a service, AP reported.

But his ministry is planning to showcase a new video — Billy Graham at home, speaking of simple religious principles, titled “My Hope.” The video is going to be used as part of the ministry’s latest religious outreach efforts around the nation.

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