Brian Houston and Christian worship leaders visit Oval Office and pray for Trump

On Friday, Christian artists and faith leaders visited the White House. Besides participating with a worship and prayer service, they also prayed for President Donald Trump in the Oval Office.

Besides that, the musicians and ministry leaders took part in a policy briefing on what the administration is doing to help the faith community and religious freedom.


Among the attendees to the activity included Bethel Music founders Brian and Jenn Johnson; Grammy-nominee Kari Jobe; her husband, Cody Carnes; Trump’s faith adviser, Paula White; and Sean Feucht.

Hillsong Church founder Brian Houston was among those attending the service, too.

Vice President of the US Mike Pence expressed his thoughts about the activity through his Twitter account.

“Wonderful stopping by a worship leaders briefing today at the @WhiteHouse! America is a proud Nation of believers and our Administration will always defend the freedom of religion of every American, of every faith!” Pence wrote in a tweet.

The White House’s Twitter page also shared a video related to the activity. In the video you can see Kari Jobe; her husband, Cody Carnes talking about their experience during the visit to the house of Goverment.

Worship leader Sean Feucht posted on Twitter Friday that Trump “expressed the need for prayer over America and wisdom for this administration.”

“When the President of the United States invites you inside the White House to worship and pray, YOU DO IT,” Feucht wrote.

One more time the White House invites Christian worship leaders to held faith briefings. The Trump administration has held several events like this over the last three years to keep evangelical leaders up to do date on the administration’s efforts.



Source: The Christian Post

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