Gugliotto Leads UCA Week of Prayer

Week of Prayer at Upper Columbia Academy has always been a time for spiritual revival and renewal. This year was no different. Pastor Lee Gugliotto, an energetic Italian-American who grew up in New York and travels the country giving seminars and classes, arrived in the middle of Spangle’s wheat fields to lead the Fall Week of Prayer.

Twice a day, students were blessed by Gugliotto's humorous childhood stories and spiritual insights. He wanted students to remember that everyone needs a personal relationship with Jesus. He emphasized that although many people join the church to get a relationship with God, they should go to church because they have a relationship with God.

After an inspiring week, Gugliotto stayed on campus to launch Bible study groups he hopes will carry on through the school year.

In addition to being a captivating speaker, Gugliotto is also an author and has written more than 20 books. His most well-known book is the Handbook for Bible Study, which took him nearly 10 years to write and was awarded a Gold Medallion by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association.

November 01, 2007 / Upper Columbia Conference
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