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Sterling Huston, Director of Billy Graham Crusades, Dies At 76

Huston was an early proponent of online evangelism.

Sterling W. Huston, who directed many of Billy Graham's crusades, died of cancer on Friday, June 29, in Rochester, New York. He was 76.

An early advocate of online evangelism, Huston was chairman of Evangelism Explosion as well as the Internet Evangelism Coalition.

Wheaton College's Billy Graham Center has posted a memorial page with photos.

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Posted:July 3, 2012 at 4:15PM
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