Gospel singer Micah Stampley was among 50 prominent worship leaders from across America that gathered for a White House faith briefing Friday, organized by Paula White-Cain.
As previously reported by EEW Magazine Online, White-Cain, 53, is President Donald Trump’s spiritual advisor and acting chair of his evangelical advisory board.
As many within the faith community strongly and loudly criticize the president who says he is a Christian, Stampley and others prayed over the commander-in-chief in the Oval Office last week as a contentious and dramatic impeachment probe unfolded on Capitol Hill.
Stampley’s White House trip comes just weeks after his 15-year-old daughter Mary Stampley died of complications from a seizure.
“All 50 of us crammed into the Oval Office. He sat at his desk and he said pray for me,” Sean Feucht, a Bethel Music worship leader, told Fox News of the president’s request for intercessory prayer.