Certain members of the White House administration, including Vice President Mike Pence, have made the decision to meet up for a Bible study at the White House on weekly basis.
As it seems, Trump’s team has become “the most evangelical” ever seen in the history of any presidency.
Aside from VP Mike Pence, other staffers that attend the study are Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, Agricultural Secretary Sunny Perdue, Attorney General Jeff Sessions and CIA Director Mike Pompeo.
Pence is known to be highly religious and even spoke of himself as “a Christian, a conservative, and a Republican, in that order.”
Head of the service is former NBA player Ralph Drollinger, who made a career playing for the UCLA Bruins.
It is also interesting to learn that Wooden is a very devoted Christian who wanted that his team was trained in that exact same spirit.
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When Drollinger retired, he dedicated his time to found Capitol Ministries. The institution has practiced studies in over 40 state capitols, and in foreign countries as well.
Studies are also being held within the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives chambers.
This is what Drollinger stated in regards to his events:
“These are godly individuals that God has risen to a position of prominence in our culture,” he said. “It’s the best Bible study that I’ve ever taught in my life. They are so teachable; they’re so noble; they’re so learned.”
Furthermore, Drollinger notes that the White House has not practiced a true, formal, religious study in over a century.
He showed his admiration for Mike Pence as well:
“And I praise God for Mike Pence, who I think with Donald Trump chose great people to lead our nation,” Drollinger commented.
President Trump also has an invitation to each and every study and is in touch with all the developments happening during the ceremony.
Donald Trump has a personal spiritual adviser of his own, a woman called Pastor Paula, who recently noted the POTUS the “heart for God, a hunger for God.”
According to her, Trump also “has a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. We’ve had in-depth conversations about God.”
Washington has never felt this kind of religious influence in quite some time. We couldn’t expect it to come from Obama, due to his suspicious religious background.
One of the biggest Protestant church congregation was held back in the 1800s, with more than 2,000 people attending it at the time.
Some of our former presidents also sustained the Christian spirit, including Thomas Jefferson who never missed a service.