Lee Grady will be the Robert E. Fisher Chapel Speaker on Thursday, April 6. The theme of our event is "A Time of Spiritual Renewal". We will have a luncheon afterwards with discussion around the topic of Grady's Mordecai Project- a ministry of empowering women.
Lee Grady is an author, journalist, ordained minister and conference speaker. He served as editor of Charisma magazine for more than 11 years, and he continues to write his popular “Fire in My Bones” column for that magazine.
Lee is also the founder and director of The Mordecai Project, a ministry aimed at confronting the abuse of women around the world. He often addresses churches and leadership conferences on the issue of gender prejudice, and he calls Christians to dismantle the religious barriers that keep women out of ministry.
He is the author of several books including 10 Lies the Church Tells Women, 25 Questions About Women and the Church, The Holy Spirit Is Not for Sale, and 10 Lies Men Believe. His newest book, Set My Heart on Fire, was released in 2016.
Lee has addressed conferences and conducted outreaches in 30 nations. He lives in LaGrange, Georgia with his wife, Deborah. They have four grown daughters and three grandchildren.