'What Would You Do If You Had 20 Minutes to Live?' Franklin Graham Uses Hawaii Scare as Teaching Tool on Eternity
Following a weekend false alarm that a missile was on its way to Hawaii, Pastor Franklin Graham used the event as a teaching tool on eternity. In a Facebook post, he asked users, "What would you do if you only had 20 minutes to live? Would you call on the name of God? Would you ask for forgiveness of your sins? would you contact your loved ones?"
Federal and local officials are reviewing the emergency alert system after a major scare for the people of Hawaii this weekend. "Emergency alerts are meant to keep us and our families safe, not to create false panic," FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel tweeted.
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