BGEA

AcronymDefinition
BGEABilly Graham Evangelistic Association
BGEABoston Globe Employees Association
BGEABald and Golden Eagle Protection Act
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Martin discusses the BGEA throughout; see the index entry on 721.
In 2009, the BGEA claimed a circulation of 600,000 worldwide.
Graham is expected to continue to remold BGEA even as his father remains in the limelight a bit longer.
During the conference, top level staff persons from the BGEA and the conference took time to meet with, listen to and share the concerns, impressions and input of members of these two ancient traditions.
While ratification is a relief to both sides, the process will repeat itself soon, probably in late summer, said Jordan, as the BGEA and the Globe begin negotiations on the next contract.
Graham conceded that he has in years past used the BGEA to send messages to donors advising them to support "candidates who base their decisions on biblical principles and support the nation of Israel.
Management said it sought "flexibility" from the BGEA in telemarketing, sick time, subcontracting and wages "to remain competitive in a changing economy and industry.
We had hoped to have the same results with the BGEA," Globe spokesman Richard P.
Army and the BGEA to convert the children of minority faith families to evangelical Christianity," Stiefel, a member of Americans United's National Advisory Council, told Church & State.
The launch vent for the BGEA Celebration of Hope is on Tuesday, January 16 from 7-9pm in Grangemouth Town Hall with speaker Will Graham.
He founded Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) in 1950, headquartered in Minneapolis, and conducts his ministry through BGEA in a variety of media including the weekly "Hour of Decision" radio program; regular television specials; a syndicated newspaper column "My Answer," with a combined circulation of more than five million readers; Decision magazine, published by BGEA, which has a circulation of 1.