Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Praying with Presidents in a Media Age


The Precarious Task of Praying with Presidents in a Media Age
With the whole world watching, spiritual advisers face new challenges.
LINDA W. PERKINS
President Harry Truman was furious. Billy Graham had revealed the content of their private conversation to the media, going so far as to perform a "reenactment" of their prayer time on the White House lawn at the media's request. It was the first time Truman had invited Graham to the White House, and it would be the last. continue reading >>


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