Christians Pray for Peace Amid Political and Theological Unity Ahead of Midterm Elections at National Prayer Altar Event at the Museum of the Bible

Pastor James E. Ward and his wife, Shannon, invite attendees at the National Prayer Altar service at the Museum of the Bible in in Washington, D.C., to kneel and pray with them on Nov. 2, 2002. | Museum of the Bible/Abi Voightmann

Christians Pray for Peace Amid Political and Theological Unity Ahead of Midterm Elections at National Prayer Altar Event at the Museum of the Bible

WASHINGTON — A Chicago pastor and his wife hosted the National Prayer Altar service this week, calling for Americans to set aside political or theological divides to unite before God as the midterm elections approach.

The apolitical event, which took place at the Museum of the Bible on Wednesday night, featured various pastors and policy experts praying for God to heal the nation and recognize His power.

The evening marked the second time the museum hosted the event, with the first one taking place in November 2020.

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Source: Christian Post