Students question the Holy Spirit after the incident.
During last night’s convocation altar call, an unusual series of events lead to the injury of several students. The Holy Spirit fell on a crowd of worshipping students and caused them mild scratches and bruises.
“It wasn’t totally unexpected,” said Convocation speaker Josh Rice. “We usually hope for the students to experience this type of gift. It just didn’t turn out the way we had hoped.”
Julia Whitaker, a sophomore education major, has filed an official complaint with Residential Life claiming that she has been treated unfairly by the girls on her hall for accidentally breaking her pledge to go makeup-free this week.“I thought we were making a spiritual commitment, not a hall rule. I had a presentation that day and I didn’t even think about it when I got up that morning,” Whitaker said.
She says she wore the eyeliner for about six hours before a fellow fast-pledger pointed it out. Continue reading
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Jimmy Harper demonstrates his "neck exercise" following chapel.
Campus pastor Jimmy Harper has sent shock waves through the Lee University campus. Thursday, he was spotted in chapel repeatedly shaking his head “no” while Dr. Raymond Culpepper, General Overseer of the Church of God, spoke to the student body.
Witnesses report that Harper, who typically nods his head in affirmation at even the most idiotic points made by chapel speakers, began shaking his head “no” when Culpepper asked audience, “Can God save you from your sins?” He shook his head a second time when Culpepper asked, “Would you like to grow deeper in your relationship with Christ?”