Religion: Mission's End

Bouncing over Africa's mountains in chartered DC-3s and over its hills in Jeeps, dead tired, 15 Ibs. lighter than when he started, and with recurring eye trouble, Billy Graham wound up his seven-week "Safari for Souls" last week, still going at a pace that often left his followers limp. His only major difficulty was insomnia, and he remarked that he spent most of his sleepless hours in prayer: "I figure God had some reason for keeping me awake."

Altogether, he and his team had drawn more than 600,000 black and white Africans to 25...

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