African immigrant prays for President and his ‘attacks’ at the White House
A young woman has prayed over the President at the White House as part of the Young Black Leadership Summit.
Premier Media reports that Mahalet, a young woman who was born in Ethiopia, but abandoned by her parents, lived as an impoverished orphan before being adopted by a loving American Christian family at the age of eleven.
This week, Turning Point USA brought her to the White House. While there, she asked to pray for the President. Agreeing, he brought her onstage. Her remarkable prayer is below.
Her words and prayer were timely as the President is being attacked from all angles. While his oppressors try to impeach him, Trump is standing firm, maintaining his innocence.
TPUSA is a non-profit organization whose mission is to identify, educate, train, and organize students to promote freedom.
Many are suggesting that the calls surrounding impeachment are based on the fact that with a new election looming, his opponents are trying to destabilize his campaign.
The White House meanwhile has confirmed that it will not cooperate with the impeachment probe.
- Judge Rules Vimeo Can Discriminate Against Pastor’s Sexual Orientation
- Swarms of locusts hit Africa in biblical proportion
- Islamist gunmen murder pastor, worshippers in Burkina Faso
- “Am I Exaggerating the Threat to America’s Religious Liberties?”
- Imprisoned Australian missionary in Cambodia granted bail
- National Marriage Week Starts this Week: How to Celebrate and Why
- National worship gathering ‘Sing Over America’ to be held May 7-8
- April 18 – 19 designated as “Just Pray NO!” to drugs worldwide weekend of prayer and fasting
- Vaccine Exemption Removal Forces Parents to Rethink Options
- Southwest Christian High School, Chaska, Minnesota Featured in 2019 architectural portfolio