Lee University Making Plans for Annual ‘Lee Day’

Cleveland, TN–On Friday and Saturday, April 5-6, Lee University will welcome prospective students and their families to campus for Lee Day, the university’s annual preview weekend. Over the course of the weekend, visitors will have the opportunity to participate in over 40 different events in order to discover what life at Lee is like.

Coalition Launched to Combat China’s Worsening Religious Persecution

ChinaAid’s founder and president, Bob Fu, will join a host of U.S. lawmakers and Chinese religious freedom and human rights experts on Monday for a press conference to announce the launch of the Coalition to Advance Religious Freedom in China (CARFC), detail China’s human rights abuses, and urge China to adhere to respect the rights of the Chinese people by adhering to its own, pre-existing laws, as well as the legal practices of the international community.

New Documentary Explores Birthplace of the Jesus Movement

Homelessness is not a new problem. In the fall of 1967, it was an overwhelming issue on the streets of Hollywood, California. Following San Francisco’s “Summer of Love,” thousands of young “hippies” headed for the warmer Southern California climate. Hollywood was teaming with teenagers searching for answers.