Advancing Religious Freedom at the State Department: Media is Silent

Craig HueyCurrent Events, Government, Media, Religious LibertyLeave a Comment

This week I went to Washington D.C. to attend the State Department’s Second Annual Ministerial on the Advancement of Religious Freedom.

Most of the attendees at this conference were from outside the United States, with only a handful of people from here in the U.S.

Sam Brownback, our Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom, organizes the event, along with Mike Pompeo, the Secretary of State.

Government officials from all over the world attend. They hear about issues dealing with people of all faiths who have been persecuted.

They hear stories of genocide, the increasing horrific Chinese attacks against people of faith, and much more.

I will give you a full report next week.

But please pray for those who attended.

Pray that God’s Spirit would move in mighty ways in their hearts.

Pray that there would be a desire among these governments to protect religious minorities. And that the U.S. government would continue to be a voice for the persecuted church.

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