Rev. Billy Graham, America's most famous evangelist, turned 93 on Monday.
His grandson, Will Graham, said the evangelist is spending the day celebrating with friends and family.
The celebration will include ice cream, cake, and Graham's favorite dessert, Creme Brulee.
Even though his eyesight and hearing are failing, Graham still meets with Christian leaders from around the world.
He also just published his 30th book titled, Nearing Home: Thoughts on Life, Faith and Finishing Well.
"I fought growing old in every way," Graham, writes. His latest book ranges from Scripture quotations about the end of life to advice on financial planning.
"I faithfully exercised and was careful to pace myself as I began to feel the grasp of Old Man Time. This was not a transition that I welcomed, and I began to dread what I knew would follow," he said.
Graham has said he wants to preach one last sermon before he dies. His book contains a similar set of sermon themes.
"We were not meant for this world alone," he writes. "We were meant for Heaven, our final home."