Christian evangelist and prolific author Luis Palau will be the guest chapel speaker at 11 a.m. Wednesday, March 20, at the Greene Complex for Sports and Recreation at Palm Beach Atlantic University, 1100 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach. The event is free and open="open" to the public.
Palau and his ministry have shared the Gospel with more than 1 billion people through evangelistic events and media. He has spoken in person to 30 million people in 75 countries with more than 1 million registered decisions for Jesus Christ. He has authored close to 50 books and countless articles on issues of faith, and has counseled with business and political leaders and heads of state around the world.
Palau’s radio broadcasts in both English and Spanish are heard by millions on 3,500 radio outlets in 48 countries. Among other top-tier programs, Palau currently hosts “Luis Palau Responde,” an international Q&A program in Spanish that deals with spiritual issues ranging from marriage to the occult, and “Reaching Your World,” a devotional-style program featuring tools for evangelism and biblical wisdom broadcast daily on some of the most popular Christian radio stations in the United States.
Luis Palau festivals have produced some of the largest audiences ever recorded in cities from south Florida to South America. His ministry also includes a number of alliances that allow partner evangelists to collaborate, draw guidance and resources from Palau’s vast experience, and become equipped to reach the world for Christ. More than 400 evangelists are currently a part of Alliance Ministries, which includes the Next Generation Alliance®, the Livin It® Alliance, and the Creative Arts Alliance®.
Palau’s latest book, “Out of the Desert into the Life God Fully Intended,” was released in the United States in 2012.
Palau and his wife, Pat, live in Portland, Ore., where they have 12 grandchildren and four sons, three of whom are actively involved with the ministry.
His son Andrew Palau will speak to Palm Beach Atlantic University students on Monday, March 18, during the 11 a.m. chapel hour.