President Donald Trump thanked evangelical supporter Franklin Graham, who has called Islam "evil."
The Virginia pastor wrote that the White House called just before the president's arrival and asked him to pray for Trump as part of "Pray for President Trump Day."
Rev. David Platt said it was not his intent "to endorse the president, his policies, or his party" with the prayer.
Trump stopped at a Northern Virginia church on the way back to the White House after another golf outing without bothering to change.
Trump's "enemies continue to try everything to destroy him, his family, and the presidency,” the evangelical preacher said.
The 2020 Democratic candidate addressed criticisms from Vice President Mike Pence and evangelist Franklin Graham with a candid response.
Evangelical leader called out for setting aside his biblical principles when it comes to Donald Trump.
The evangelical leader refuses to even admit that the president has lied.
Franklin Graham's Facebook account was temporarily blocked over an old post he wrote attacking transgender rights.
Franklin Graham and Robert Jeffress defend Trump after he was criticized for not reciting the statement at former President George H.W. Bush’s funeral.
Decision Magazine editors warned that evangelicals will be punished "once again" if Republicans lose the midterm elections to Democrats.
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From a "Big Jesus" figure to radically inclusive worship services, queer British Christians and their allies were ready for Franklin Graham's visit.
The pattern is clear in politics and in the church: Men in power are protected, women are persecuted.
The son of the late Billy Graham said that even if Christine Blasey Ford’s allegation of sexual assault is true, it shouldn’t matter.
Franklin Graham, an evangelist who called Islam "evil," is planning to headline a rally in England this month.
Gov. Kate Brown told reporters she practices yoga and meditation, and believes in treating others with respect.
American evangelist Franklin Graham is continuing to provoke controversy with his plans to preach in the U.K.
The disturbing practice is as old as slavery.