By ROBERT PIERCE
• Daily Leader
Rescued by the Lord from the killing fields of Cambodia, Setan Lee will be in Liberal Thursday as part of the community’s celebration of National Day of Prayer.
Lee will share his story of rescue, transformation, mission and forgiveness to the very people who tried to take his life.
His presentation in the James Maskus Auditorium will include an update on ministries rescuing girls from prostitution, feeding programs, schools, orphanages, Bible schools and more.
“We believe this will challenge the church to think about the future of our nation and cause us to pray,” said Dr. Jack Jacob of the Liberal Ministerial Alliance, one of the sponsors of the event.
Lee is also scheduled to be in other Southwest Kansas communities this week, including Hugoton and Ulysses.
Doors will open at 6:30 p.m., and the presentation will begin at 7 p.m. in Maskus Auditorium. There will be a love offering, and anyone from inside and outside the community is welcome. For more information, call First Southern Baptist Church at 624-0186.
The local celebration of the 59th annual observance of National Day of Prayer will include other events around Liberal as well.
During the noon hour, Church For All Nations will provide a live feed to all of its campuses from the Colorado Springs Northeast campus.
CFAN Liberal will be open for prayer the hour preceding and the hour following for anyone who would like to spend more time in prayer.
For more info, call CFAN at 624-4416.
Liberal Good Samaritan Center will have a celebration staring at 10 a.m. Thursday with many local pastors coming into the facility.
For information on that event, call Good Sam at 624-3831.