Lee University Symphony – March 24, 2014

Lee University Symphony – March 24, 2014

The program will include such works as Borodin’s “Polovtsian Dances,” Mozart’s “Symphony #31,” Griffes’ “Poem for Flute and Orchestra,” and the final two movements of Vivaldi’s “Concerto for Two Cellos in G Minor.” The concert will be conducted by Maestro Robert Bernhardt, artist-in-residence at Lee, along with Sarah Pearson, ... »

Tuesday March 12: 7 Adar II

It was on this day in the year 1240 that copies of the Talmud possessed by the Jews of France were confiscated by the Church and ultimately destroyed by fire. Book burning seems to have been a popular past time in Europe throughout the ages. We say that because, as we know from recent history, […] »

Thursday March 7: 30 Adar

Today is the 30th day of Adar, the last day of the first month, Adar and tomorrow will mark the beginning of the new month, Adar Shini, or Adar II. The beginning of the month, in Hebrew, is called Rosh Chodesh (“Head of the month”) and is typically every 28 to 30 days, depending on […] »

Lee University Chapel – March 27, 2014

Lisa Olson,Founder of Manyata Ministries Olson, founder of Manyata Ministries, will share the message of how God’s divine hand has been evident upon her life since being born without arms and legs in India. Soon after birth Olson was abandoned to die, brought to a hospital, and saved by a Christian doctor who placed her […] »