Billy Graham was a Presbyterian growing up (although he became a Southern Baptist minister), my grandfather and two great grandfathers were Presbyterian ministers.
The obits in the Times and Post praised him,
In my memory my family were skeptical of him initially. Evangelists had a poor reputation among mainline Protestants. My grandfather had fought against fundamentalism in Presbyterianism and Graham was Dismissing him as a press hound seeking attention was easy. But he grew on them. No scandals, relatively enlightened on race, appearing to be bipartisan. We didn't know he was a prime mover in opposition to a Catholic president, though at least my mother would have agreed. We didn't know he was a suck-up to Nixon, going along with his anti-Semitism.
So he wasn't perfect, and he wasn't a moral leader like MLK.