Ben Carson, the popular conservative activist who rose to national prominence in 2013 when he delivered a speech at the National Prayer Breakfast that was widely hailed in conservative circles, is apparently running for president, and kicking off his campaign this weekend with an hour-long infomercial for himself. Show More Summary
Ben Carson, the surgeon who confronted President Obama at the 2013 National Prayer Breakfast, has been making waves as a conservative spokesman ever since. Fans of the black pediatric neurosurgeon have been calling for him to run for...Show More Summary
Ever since Ben Carson famously criticized President Barack Obama's health care policies during a speech at the 2013 National Prayer Breakfast, many conservatives have rallied behind the retired neurosurgeon's conservative, anti-big government rhetorics and urged him to run for president in 2016. Show More Summary
Alveda King, the niece of civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr., spoke at National Right to Life’s Prayer breakfast on June 27th. King is the Director of the African American Outreach for Priests for Life, and their mission is to activate pro-life leaders who will expose the disproportionate amount of black babies killed by […]
Robert P. George, a Catholic, spoke Tuesday about his admiration for Evangelicals at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast.
My boss (National Right to Life Convention Director Jacki Ragan) and I just got back from a trip to the lovely city of Louisville, Kentucky. We were there to work on the final details of the upcoming National Right to Life Convention. The Convention will be held in Louisville this summer June 26 to 28. […]
A Marine who overcame extensive injuries from his service in Iraq, spoke about how his faith was tested during a prayer breakfast event in Indiana for the National Day of Prayer Thursday.
According to Dr. Ben Carson in his new book, One Nation: What We Can All Do To Save America’s Future, t he White House wanted him to apologize for “offending” the president after he delivered a bold and powerful conservative message at the National Prayer Breakfast, last year. Show More Summary
The dignity of the King was offended. Neurosurgeon Ben Carson says the White House wanted him to apologize for ?offending? President Obama after he famously delivered a conservative message at the National Prayer Breakfast last year.... ?He did not...
Neurosurgeon turned conservative activist Ben Carson says the White House wanted an apology for taking jabs at President Obama’s policies at the 2013 National Prayer Breakfast.
Pediatric neurosurgeon Ben Carson burst onto the national political scene just over one year ago after he famously delivered an address at the National Prayer Breakfast with conservative themes. That message, delivered alongside President Barack Obama, reportedly offended the president and his staff, Carson reveals in his new book...
In a surprise move, President Obama turned to openly gay Bishop Gene R0binson for the closing prayer at the White House Easter Prayer Breakfast Monday. Robinson, who was the nation’s first openly gay Episcopalian bishop, was clearly caught off guard, tweeting “OMG!” The audience is not necessarily a friendly one, since the attending clergy represent […]
President Obama will kick off Holy Week at the White House Monday with 150 Christian leaders at the 5th annual Easter Prayer Breakfast. Rev. Al Sharpton, civil rights leader Rev. Joseph Lowery and Samuel Rodriguez, President, National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference are among the guests gathering in the East Room for the event at 9:30 am.
The 2014 National Rifle Association annual meeting's prayer breakfast will be keynoted by a reverend who claimed that the December 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre "is what happens when a society turns its back on God" by separating religion from public education or government. According to the NRA, Dr. Show More Summary
Pope Francis and President Obama met in Rome today, and the meeting has naturally generated commentary, both before and after the fact, including by the President himself at the National Prayer Breakfast last month. I am confident that the meeting itself will bear good fruit. I am not so confident that the commentary about it […]
by Fr. Frank Pavone Pope Francis and President Obama met in Rome today, and the meeting has naturally generated commentary, both before and after the fact, including by the President himself at the National Prayer Breakfast last month. I am confident that the meeting itself will bear good fruit. I am not…
When President Obama visits Saudi Arabia next week, he will have an opportunity to follow through on his inspiring words at the Feb. 6. National Prayer Breakfast. There, he told thousands of Christian leaders that "the right of every...Show More Summary
Hamilton recently sat down with The Christian Post to chat about her new movie, speaking at the National Prayer Breakfast, and her recent marriage to youth leader Adam Dirks.
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.