‘Prayer at the Heart of America’ Culminates This Friday

A nationwide culmination of a prayer movement will converge on the center of the United States as Prayer at the Heart of America will take place Friday, July 23, in a cornfield in Lebanon, Kansas, the geographic center of the 48 contiguous states.

Conference to Reflect on Historic Day and Current Realities 20 Years Later

Chosen People Ministries, in partnership with Alliance for the Peace of Jerusalem, will host 9/11 and the New Middle East, a two-day gathering on Sept. 10 and 11 to honor the fallen and survivors on the twentieth anniversary of 9/11 and help participants, both locally and around the globe, view current events taking place in Israel and the Middle East through a scriptural lens.

‘Finding God in the Everyday’ Reveals How to Slow Down and Listen to the Lord

In her new book “Whisper: Finding God in the Everyday,” Danielle Bean guides readers on how to seek and find God’s voice, even in the busiest times of daily life.

Call for Prayer in Cuba

On Sunday, July 11, 2021, thousands of people across Cuba joined in protest, seeking basic medication and vaccines to combat the coronavirus that is rapidly spreading across the island.

Religious Freedom Summit Brings Hope to Persecuted Believers in Middle East

In a part of the world where Christians and Jews were once dominant and, as recently as the 1950s comprised 20% of the population, the Rev. Andre YS Mahanna stands tall in the Middle East as he advocates for the Christian faith.

At Least 45 Churches Set on Fire in Canada as Attacks Escalate

An apparent ongoing anti-Christian campaign in Canada has resulted in a total of 45 churches attacked with some of the buildings burned to the ground.

Yaun Installed as Assistant International Youth & Discipleship Director

Cleveland, TN–Brian K. Yaun was formally installed into the office of Assistant Director of Youth and Discipleship on Wednesday, July 14, 2021.

Court Rules Churches Have Freedom Over Employment Decisions

The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled en banc 7-3 that churches and religious organizations have the freedom to choose and supervise their religious leaders without government intrusion.

Lee Students Visit Border on Global Perspectives Trip

Thirteen Lee University students, along with Drs. Murl Dirksen and Arlie Tagayuna, recently visited the border towns of El Paso, Texas, and Douglas, Arizona, in order to gain firsthand understanding of the border situation and serve with local churches.

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