Trump Vows to Protect People of Faith

Trump Vows to Protect People of Faith

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she wasn't being facetious in the widely-shared picture of herself as applauded President Donald Trump during his State of the Union address.

"The Trump administration (uses) religion to advance a regressive political agenda that harms others", said Rachel Laser, president and CEO of Americans United for the Separation of Church and State, last month after news broke that the administration would allow a faith-based foster care agency in SC to turn away same-sex couples and non-Christians.

Trump adds that he has directed his administration to fight to protect religious freedom.

"Here with us this morning are Melissa and Chuck Buck from Holt, Michigan". Two of the Holts' children - Max, 10, and Liz, 9 - joined the couple at the breakfast.

The Trump administration may also work to expand protections for faith-based adoption agencies, which risk losing government funding if they require prospective clients to meet certain religious standards. It is among the agencies contracted for adoption services by the state of MI.

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Fortunately, President Trump has made clear his own personal commitment to helping those suffering simply because they follow Jesus Christ.

Trump also introduced Elan Carr, the newly named special envoy to monitor and combat anti-Semitism.

The shutdown was caused by the Democrats' refusal to approve Trump's demand of $5.7 billion in spending on southern border security, which included building a barrier.

In closing, Trump said Americans were "blessed to live in a land of faith where all things are possible" and where "our only limits are those we place are those we place on ourselves". Let us pray for a future where every child has a warm, safe and loving home.

Delivering the keynote address at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington on Thursday, Gary Haugen, the CEO and founder of the International Justice Mission, told the nation's political leaders that: "When we all agree on good that needs doing, we should just do it".

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