For Pastor Shannon Robinson, America’s problem can be summed up by the absence of one word: love. “When America begins to love again, we’ll see change,” said Robinson, a pastor from Oak Hill, West Virginia. “It won’t take someone being in office for change [to happen]. When we love God, we’ll see the change itself.”

Robinson was among the estimated 4,200 people that braved a chilly, rainy Thursday to join Franklin Graham in West Virginia for his 22nd Decision America Tour stop. To date, more than 100,000 people have joined Franklin Graham across the nation. Robinson knows firsthand that prayer changes things. He’s seen that in his life and the lives of his congregation in Oak Hill. That’s why it was so important for him to not only join Franklin Graham during the prayer rally but also to sign the pledge to take a stand for God and country. READ MORE