Ten Christian leaders sent a Wednesday letter to President Barack Obama, thanking him for his National Prayer Breakfast speech in which he called for expanding religious freedom abroad. They also urged him to pay greater attention to his own policies that are infringing upon the religious freedom of his own citizens.
SIKESTON, Missouri—Dr. Ben Carson, who garnered popularity and support from American conservatives when he criticized President Obama during a 2013 National Prayer Breakfast speech, spoke to a packed house in Southeast Missouri on February 22 nd. Show More Summary
(Photo credit: jurvetson) Recently President Obama spoke at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington DC and his topic was the current crisis of religious persecution and the lack of religious freedom around the world. It sounded very good until you consider that his own record when it comes to religious liberty in America is […]
President Obama's speech at the National Prayer Breakfast was focused on freedom of religion. But his words must be followed with actions. President Obama must "walk the talk." During his presidency, the president has focused on other issues at the expense of religious freedom and other human rights, not only in this country, but also abroad.
President Obama spoke at the annual National Prayer Breakfast recently defending religious freedom, but at least one member of Congress wasn't too pleased with it. Republican Steve Southerland recently expressed outrage about it on Washington Watch with Christian conservative Tony Perkins, saying he was "stunned by the hypocrisy" of what Obama said.
Rep. Steve Southerland of Florida is “insulted” and “shocked” by the things President Obama said at the National Prayer Breakfast. …Southerland…told Family Research Council president Tony Perkins on Washington Watch last week that he was “stunned” and “shocked” by the president’s speech and was angry that Obama would “insult those who really believe” in the […]
In a speech at the National Prayer Breakfast, President Obama declared that promoting freedom of religious faith around the world was a central goal of U.S. foreign policy, because "freedom of religion matters to our national security."...Show More Summary
Thursday's CNN Newsroom spotlighted how President Obama "called for promoting religious freedom – quote, 'a key part of U.S. foreign policy," at the annual National Prayer Breakfast, but glossed over his administration's controversial birth control/abortifacient mandate under ObamaCare, which is being challenged in an ongoing Supreme Court case. Show More Summary
Religious liberty advocates have applauded the recent remarks of President Barack Obama regarding the plight of Christians overseas.
Hey isn’t that… “Touched by an Angel” actress Roma Downey and her husband Mark Burnett, the executive producer behind “Survivor” and “The Voice,” attending the National Prayer Breakfast at the Washington Hilton on Thursday. 53-year-old Downey looked trendy in skinny black pants and black suede wedge sneakers while her husband Burnett, also 53, wore dark […]
Louie Gohmert has had some very bad things to day about President Obama. But the converse is not true. The President was gracious to him at Thursday’s prayer breakfast. Obama made an appearance at the National Prayer Breakfast — which was hosted by Gohmert — and he spoke warmly of a man who’s floated the […]
Mark Burnett and Roma Downey appeared at a National Prayer Breakfast event in Washington D.C. on Thursday. "Just being Christian doesn't give you the excuse to make bad movies," Burnett says. read more
Barack Obama emphasized Freedom of Religion today at the National Prayer Breakfast. Obama told the audience freedom of religion is a major part of American foreign policy. Obama also said countries that assure religious freedom tend to be more peaceful. … Continue reading ?
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by Ben Johnson Updated at 1:59 p.m. Eastern to add a comment from Arina Grossu of the Family Research Center. WASHINGTON, D.C., February 6, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – President Obama told the National Prayer Breakfast this morning that “killing the innocent is never fulfilling God's will,” saying…
Let us take it as a given that the President of the United States’ participation in the National Prayer Breakfast his highly problematic to say the least. When we make a tradition of the elected chief executive publicly kissing the ring...Show More Summary
During a 20 minute speech at this year's National Prayer Breakfast, President Obama said "killing the innocent" is the "ultimate betrayal" of God's will. It's a line that comes across as tone deaf given his own record on abortion. But what he said next makes it seem as if he is deliberately trolling pro-life Americans. Show More Summary
Speaking at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C. Thursday, President Obama focused on religious freedom in other countries,...
Professional surfer Bethany Hamilton, known as the "Soul Surfer," spoke during the National Prayer Breakfast Thursday about her recovery after she lost her arm in a shark attack and how her physical setback allowed her to realize her true purpose outside of surfing.