The Legacy of Paul Conn: Tying It All Together

When Dr. Paul Conn completes his tenure as the 18th president of Lee University tomorrow, Saturday, August 1, 2020, he will be best remembered for transforming a small quiet liberal arts college with a few buildings within four blocks into a sprawling 120-acre campus with over $200 million in improvements. He will also be credited for quadrupling the enrollment, taking it from 1,214 students in 1986 to 5,386 in 2018. But in between Conn led the intangible events, challenges, cultural shifts, and programs that arose or were initiated. The following are but a few of those intangibles that will also define the 34-year presidency of Paul Conn, the longest serving president in Lee University history.

New Study Offers ‘Reassurance and Warning’ to Faith-Based Nonprofits

A major new study reveals “an overwhelming majority” of donors don’t expect COVID-19 will curtail their charitable giving for the rest of the year.

‘She is Free’ Conference Launching Virtual Summit This Fall

Andi Andrew, the co-founder and co-pastor of Liberty Church Global, author, and founder of She is Free, announces the first ever She is Free Online Summit this October 9-10. The two-day virtual event will feature renowned speakers Christine Caine, Jo Saxton, Brooke Ligertwood, Jimmy and Irene Rollins and others plus worship from Darlene Zschech.