Lee Online Ranked in U.S. News Best Online Bachelor’s Programs

Cleveland, TN–Lee University Online has been ranked among the 2023 Best Online Bachelor’s Programs by U.S. News & World Report. It has also been ranked for its Online Master of Business Administration program.

From Rodeo Dreams to Preacher Cowboy

A wild ride to redemption autobiography describes how Santa Barbara-based author and minister, Monty Rieck’s life transformed after chasing all the world has to offer as a rodeo cowboy growing up in Lompoc, California. The book, I Am Eli, is the first of three planned for The Cowboy Preacher Series, publishing Wednesday, January 25 on Amazon and other retail outlets including iBooks and Barnes & Noble.

Title IX Suit Against Faith-Based Colleges Dismissed

The U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon ruled in favor of faith-based colleges and dismissed the lawsuit brought by current and former LGBTQ students who argued that Title IX, the civil rights statute that prevents discrimination on the basis of sex, allows religious schools to discriminate against them.

Church of God Membership Surpasses 8 Million

January 24, 2023–Cleveland, Tenn.—Timothy M. Hill, presiding bishop for the Church of God, has announced the Cleveland, Tennessee-based denomination has exceeded global membership of 8 million people for the first time at 8,177,439.

Biblical Archaeological Society Offering Symposium

The Biblical Archaeology Society, publisher of Biblical Archaeology Review (BAR), a niche consumer magazine, will host a new online event.

Trio of Christian Novels Ideal Reading for Lent, Easter

Christians searching for an inspiring read may want to consider a trilogy of critically acclaimed historical novels by author Barry Connolly. All three books follow the trials and triumphs of men and women of faith in the earliest days of Christianity.

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