April 17, 2014

White House Easter Prayer Breakfast: Photo Roundup

OMG!” Monday’s Easter Prayer Breakfast saw 150 clergy and faith leaders hosted by the White House, including Bishop Gene Robinson who was selected for a closing prayer. But everyone’s favorite celebrity bishop wasn’t the only Religious Left figure tweeting away from the executive mansion. Below is a collection of photos compiled from various attendees:

 

President Obama speaks about Pope Francis as Evangelical Left blogger Rachel Held-Evans (lower right) looks on.
Pastor Otis Moss of President Obama's former Chicago congregation, Trinity United Church of Christ, spoke. Blogger Rachel Held-Evans can be seen in the foreground.

Otis Moss, Jr., retired pastor of Olivet Institutional Baptist Church in Cleveland, spoke. Moss’ son, Otis Moss III, is pastor of President Obama’s former Chicago congregation, Trinity United Church of Christ. Blogger Rachel Held-Evans can be seen in the foreground.

 

 
Unitarian Universalist Minister and sexologist Debra Haffner poses with New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good President Richard Cizik. Haffner is co-founder and president of the Religious Institute, a Westport, Connecticut-based group that advocates for “sexual health, education, and justice in faith communities and society.” Haffner is also a former director at Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington. Cizik is past Vice President of Government Relations for the National Association of Evangelicals. (photo: Debra Haffner)
 

Haffner poses with Harry Knox, President of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice (RCRC). Knox is also a former religious outreach official for the homosexual advocacy group Human Rights Campaign and past Executive Director of Integrity USA, the Episcopal Church’s unofficial LGBT caucus. (photo: Debra Haffner)


Pastor Joel Hunter (Left) of Northland Church in Orlando shares a table with President Obama. Hunter is a Board Member of the National Association of Evangelicals. (photo: Sister Simone Campbell)

 

Haffner poses in the foreground with National Association of Evangelicals President Leith Anderson behind her. New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good President Richard Cizik can be seen in the upper right corner talking with United Methodist Bishop Pete Weaver. (photo: Debra Haffner)

 

Pastor and National Association of Evangelicals Board Member Joel Hunter (Left) and Retired Episcopal Church Bishop Gene Robinson (center). (photo: Debra Haffner)

 

 

United Church of Christ (UCC) Pastor Chuck Currie (right) With Center For American Progress Faith Director Sally Steenland (left) and Sister Simone Campbell of the liberal Catholic lobby NETWORK (center). (photo: Chuck Currie)


8 Responses to White House Easter Prayer Breakfast: Photo Roundup

  1. Bart says:

    Collect ’em all!

  2. Faith McDonnell says:

    National Association of Evangelicals President Leith Anderson in the background. . . and evermore shall be.

  3. EMatters says:

    What a creepy group of false teachers. Come, Lord Jesus, come.

  4. ActuallyEvangelical says:

    Nice to know all the heretics are gathered in one room.

    Any woman who thinks she can be a pastor is wrong; overseers (as well as deacons) are to be husbands of one wife. Last I checked, a “husband” is male.

    Homosexuality is condemned. Even Jesus remarked that marriage is between one man and one woman (Remember the phrase “one flesh”? Our Lord said it.).

    Don’t pick and choose when it comes to Scripture (BTW, before someone says it, the mixture of fabrics is meant to show Israel that they are to keep separate from the heathen nations around them. Also, certain animals were off-limits due to disease.).

    Also… Evans should have remained on her roof as a contentious woman.

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