Thanks for visiting my page! I’d love you to be a part of my quest to change the world for Jesus Christ.

Allow me to introduce myself. In 2003, while I was still a magazine journalist, I launched The Mordecai Project, a Christian charitable organization that is confronting the abuse of women and girls globally. 

I’ve taken the message of Christ’s healing to 30 countries since I began this ministry. I’ve also written six books including 10 Lies the Church Tells Women and 10 Lies Men Believe. Most of my work is focused on addressing the mistreatment of women around the world. I’ve also learned that the best way to stop the abuse of women is to heal the hearts of men. My wife, Deborah, and I live in LaGrange, Georgia, and we have four grown daughters and three grandchildren.

Lee Grady
Director, The Mordecai Project

These books and recorded messages will become a valuable source of encouragement to you. Whether you are a woman who feels called by God, a pastor who wants to equip the women of your church, or a man who wants to discover the how to follow God faithfully, these challenging resources will provide loads of practical insight. All of these books include discussion questions so you can use them in group study.

A Practical Guide to Following Jesus

Here, Lee Grady prepared 5-minute videos to accompany the study of his book Let’s Go Deeper. You can watch these lessons individually or with your small group here.

Lee’s Itinerary

Practical Teaching
to Help You Grow

I served as the editor of Charisma Magazine for 11 years before I launched into full-time ministry. Below you can find some of my most timeless articles about the Holy Spirit, discipleship, personal holiness, spiritual gifts, gender equality, racism, evangelism and more. See the full library of articles here.

“Real disciples make disciples. They don’t just sit in pews year after year like spectators.

When Jesus called His disciples, He appointed them “so that they would be with Him and that He could send them out to preach” (Mark 3:14). Jesus’ first desire was for a relationship; the work of the ministry was secondary. Today we have switched this—our focus is on the work, and the importance of relationships is minimized.”

–Lee Grady