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Congressman Forbes Represents Legislative Branch at the National Day of Prayer
Posted by Staff | May 04, 2012

Congressman Randy Forbes spoke on behalf of the Legislative Branch at the 61st Annual National Day of Prayer Observance about the vital role that prayer plays in strengthening the fabric of our society. Organized on Capitol Hill, the event was attended by over 300 individuals including several members of Congress who gathered together for prayer and fellowship.


Congressman Forbes credited individuals from around the country with playing an integral part in preserving prayer and freedom of faith and asked that they continue to stand up for what is right.

In 2005, Congressman Forbes along with Congressman Mike McIntyre of North Carolina formed the Congressional Prayer Caucus to preserve the presence of religion, faith, and morality in our country. The CPC meets regularly to pray for America and to work on legislative policies that will protect religious freedom in America. Today, the CPC has grown into a bipartisan group with 105 members.

In addition to the National Day of Prayer event, Congressman Forbes was a guest on The Mike Huckabee National Radio Show.  You can listen to that interview here.

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  • thomas g commented on 5/6/2012
    Freedom of faith? That is a blatant political utterance and to include such a phrase on a national day of prayer I find disgusting congressman. When are you going to stop doing and saying things that are so blatantly designed to divide people in America? Please sir, I urge you to do your public service duties without the constant partisanship that has harmed our nation in so many ways already. While I would never object to prayer, your choice of words on such a day bother a LOT of people sir. I thought you should know.
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