Congressional Prayer Caucus and National Day of Prayer

Congressional Prayer Caucus

In 2005, a small group of members of the U.S. House of Representatives began meeting in Room 219 of the Capitol to pray for our nation. These Members later formed The Congressional Prayer Caucus – an official Caucus of the U.S. House of Representatives – to formally acknowledge the important role that prayer plays in American life and history and to monitor and work to guard the right of individuals in America to pray. Currently, Congressman Forbes and I serve as the co-chairmen of this Caucus. Today, the Prayer Caucus has grown to a bipartisan group of 103 Members dedicated to protecting religious liberty and recognizing our nations’ rich, spiritual history. Please click on the Prayer Caucus link below for more information.

2013 National Prayer Breakfast remarks on the floor of the House of Representatives


2012 Remarks at National Prayer Breakfast

Last year,  I co-hosted the 60th annual National Prayer Breakfast. You may find my remarks below.