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Mylon Le Fevre, June 20th at Lord of Hosts Church!
June 20, 2021 @ 9:00 am - 2:30 pm
Pastors Hank and Brenda welcome Mylon Le Fevre who will be guest-speaking at Lord of Hosts Church on Father’s Day – Sunday, June 20th at 9am and 11:30am CT.
Mylon Le Fevre was born into a gospel-singing family. When Mylon was 17 years old, his first song, “Without Him,” was recorded by Elvis Presley. Over the next year, 126 artists recorded Mylon’s songs. At 19 he made his first album and has sold millions since then.
After living the rock and roll lifestyle and getting high with the biggest stars in the world, Mylon found himself in a pit of hopelessness. When he accepted Jesus as the Lord of his life in 1980, he was supernaturally delivered from heroin and cocaine addiction. Mylon finally found what he was looking for, unconditional Love.
While serving as a church janitor he started his legendary Contemporary Christian rock band, Mylon and Broken Heart. After much persecution from the church, the band became one of the biggest headlining acts of the 1980s. Music historians credit Mylon and Broken Heart for helping to pave the way for the freedom worship bands enjoy today. What Mylon treasures most about that season is the privilege of leading over 200,000 people to the Lordship of Jesus Christ.
After answering the call to preach the Word of God in 1993, Mylon’s dream now is to lead at least a million people to the saving knowledge of Jesus. Joel 3:14 says that there are “Multitudes in the valley of decision. For the day of the Lord is near.” Mylon and his wife Christi are anointed to simplify and share The Truth of God’s Word with those who have ears to hear.
In that endeavor, Mylon and Christi have traveled millions of miles together to answer the call to “teach, preach and make disciples.” You can see them ministering on their global television show, On the Road to Freedom, which is filmed on location all over the world.
If you are unable to attend in person, you can watch online.
Here are the ways to watch:
Watch at lohchurch.org/watch or via Facebook Live, Roku, or Amazon Fire