Dove-award winner Kari Jobe—who joined her worship-leader husband, Cody Carnes, and several dozen other Christians at a Faith Briefing at the White House Dec. 6—said the experience left her in “tears all day,” adding she was touched to “see what God’s doing in our White House.”
After participating in the briefing, the husband-and-wife worship duo shared about their experience in a short video, which was posted to Twitter by the White House.
“The thing that moved me the most is how everyone is so for making sure we’re changing people’s lives and not leaving those that are marginalized and those that have been trafficked,” Jobe said.
“I think those of us that don’t work in the White House, it can look really big and something that we can’t really end, but they are working to end these things. I’ve just been in tears all day. I’m so thankful to be part of this today and see what God’s doing in our White House.”
Her husband agreed, singling out both the worship and praying for Trump.
“I’ve been so encouraged today because there’s so many good things happening out of this house,” Carnes said. “So many good things for the faith community.”
London-based Premier News reported that participants also prayed in the Cabinet Room and the Oval Office, where they met the president.
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Source: Christian Headlines