Anne Graham Lotz is an international evangelist and founder and president of AnGeL Ministries. She is the best-selling author of 16 books, including, Wounded by God's People, Fixing My Eyes on Jesus, and Storming the Gates of Heaven. The eldest daughter of the legendary Reverend Billy Graham, Anne has continued her father's work by traveling the globe sharing the gospel message. Her dad once called her "the best preacher in the family." The New York Times recognized Anne as one of the five most influential evangelists of her generation. She has appeared on many TV and radio programs, including having been profiled on CBS’s 60 Minutes, and she is a frequent commentator for The Washington Post. Anne holds six honorary doctorates, and in 2017 she served as the Honorary Chairman of the National Day of Prayer Task Force. In 2015, Anne lost her husband of nearly 50 years, Dr. Danny Lotz, to congestive heart failure, but she is loved and emotionally supported today by her three grown children and three grandchildren.
Rachel-Ruth Lotz Wright is the daughter of Anne Graham Lotz and the granddaughter of Rev. Billy Graham. She teaches a weekly women’s Bible Study at the University of North Carolina and has shared God’s Word at numerous events around the country. Rachel-Ruth also serves on the board of directors for AnGeL Ministries, in addition to chairing the weekly prayer team that undergirds her mother’s ministry. Rachel-Ruth feels called to encourage others to fall in love with Jesus through the teaching of His Word. She graduated from Baylor University in Waco, TX, and is married to Steven Wright. They have three daughters: Bell, Sophia, and Riggin.