Just weeks after the now infamous photo of evangelical leaders praying over President Donald Trump went viral, well-known Christian preachers and leaders again returned to Washington, D.C., last week for a series of “listening sessions.” The meetings, which were held at the Eisenhower Executive Office and organized by the White House Office of Public Liaison, featured nearly 100 Christian leaders and activists — a group that was comprised of some people who had not

previously been involved in meetings between the administration and faith leaders, The Christian Post reported.“The White House has continued to have listening sessions with evangelical leaders and they had three more this week,” Johnnie Moore, an author, speaker and informal White House adviser, told the Post on Friday. “Almost 100 evangelicals [took part]. Each listening session was about two hours and involved briefings from administration officials and an opportunity for folks to express their thoughts on various issues.”  READ MORE