No final decision has been made about a time, location or format, said A. Larry Ross, a longtime spokesman for Graham.
“At this point, anything else is speculation,” he said.
A Charlotte television station reported that Graham could preach at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, though Ross stressed that might not happen.
Graham and his son, the Rev. Franklin Graham, have discussed the possibility of videotaping a sermon, Ross said.
“While it is yet to be seen whether that vision will become a reality, it is encouraging that he remains healthy, alert and committed to his lifelong calling,” Ross said.
Graham’s last crusade was in New York in 2005, and his strength now is limited.
“At 91 years of age, he realizes that he’s quite possibly in the sunset years of his life,” Ross said. “He’s trying to make every day count, knowing that one day he will join his wife, Ruth, in Heaven,” Ross said.
Graham has previously joined his son on crusades, including one in 2006 in New Orleans in which he saw areas destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.
He most recently met in his Montreat home with President Barack Obama while the president was vacationing in Asheville and hosted former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin in November.