Religious Science Seminary student-led online prayer service is helping students gain more faith in the Bible.

The service, hosted by the seminary’s religious science students, offers free prayers in a virtual space.

“In my view, the Bible is one of the greatest works of human history,” student-athlete Tania Lezak said.

“So to be able to learn the Bible and see it in its entirety, with the kind of insight and the way we view it, has been a blessing for me.”

Religious Science students say online prayer has helped them grow in faith.

“The experience of being able to get together, hear the same prayer from different perspectives, is a really good feeling,” student Rhiannon Beeson said.

The students say the free prayer service has helped improve their understanding of scripture and to deepen their religious knowledge.

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