Updated 9:13 a.m. Friday, Dec. 9
Billy Graham returned to his home in Montreat, NC Tuesday after his six-day stay at Mission Hospital in Asheville, NC for treatment of pneumonia.
Updated 12:22 p.m. Friday, Dec. 2
Billy Graham, who was admitted to a hospital in Asheville, NC Wednesday has been diagnosed with pneumonia, according to his website. He remains in stable condition and is responding well to antibiotic treatment.
Updated 1:49 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1
Billy Graham remains in "good spirits" today after a night at Mission Hospital in Asheville, NC, according to his spokesman Larry Ross.
Graham was encouraged by a visit from his pastor Thursday morning, who shared a bible passage and prayers with Graham, according to his website.
Billy Graham was hospitalized Wednesday in Asheville, NC for evaluation and treatment of his lungs, according to his website, www.billygraham.org. He is in stable condition.
The nationally-reknowned 93-year-old evangelist who graduated from Wheaton College was recently hospitalized for treatment of pneumonia in May 2011.
Larry Ross, a spokesman for Graham, told the Associated Press that Graham will likely spend the night at Mission Hospital. No date has been set for discharge, his website states, but he "is looking forward to returning home to spend the upcoming Christmas holiday with his family."