The Charlotte Observer reported in 2015 that between his two jobs Graham received compensation totaling more than $880,000 in 2013. That made him the highest-paid CEO of any international relief agency based in the United States, but it was less than the $1.2 million he received in 2008.
Last year the IRS reclassified the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association as an “association of churches” so that the charity is no longer required to file a financial disclosure form that includes top salaries of executives. The sister organization Samaritan’s Purse also requested reclassification for the same reasons but reportedly did not receive an immediate response.
He is far from his father. And he is not the Christian he professes to be.