How evangelicals teamed up with the White House on prison reform

At a dinner last year with prominent evangelical Christians in the Blue Room of the White House, Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, invited their table mates to discuss the issues most important to them.The Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference and one of President Trump’s informal evangelical advisers, remembered Kushner asking him, “What’s in your heart? What are your priorities?”

At the top of the pastor’s list was “bringing the nation together.”

“We could really do this, and we can do it way beyond the rhetoric. For example, let’s look at prison reform,” Rodriguez said.

Johnnie Moore, founder of The Kairos Co., a strategy firm, who recently was appointed to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, described it as an “incredibly enthusiastic conversation.”

Comments

Privacy Policy

How evangelicals teamed up with the White House on prison reform is dedicated to protecting consumer privacy on the Internet. Our practices are consistent with privacy guidelines established by eTrust.com.

How evangelicals teamed up with the White House on prison reform does not require any personal information to obtain access to our website.

How evangelicals teamed up with the White House on prison reform does require limited personal information including name and mailing address from individuals wishing to join as members. Additional information such as e-mail address and phone number may also be requested in order that we may contact members in a timely manner on issues related to our mission.

You will only receive e-mail from us if you request to be added to our e-mail list. You may revise or remove your e-mail address from our files at any time.

How evangelicals teamed up with the White House on prison reform uses "cookie" technology to obtain non-personal information from our online visitors, such as browser/computer type, number of visitors, and site usage. We do not use cookies to extract personal information.

Our website contains links to other sites, but How evangelicals teamed up with the White House on prison reform does not necessarily advocate, support or condone the privacy practices or content of these websites.

How evangelicals teamed up with the White House on prison reform makes all information received from our online visitors as secure as possible against unauthorized access and use. All information is protected by state-of-the-art security technology.

How evangelicals teamed up with the White House on prison reform respects the individual privacy rights and concerns of visitors to our website. We support meaningful self-regulation of the Internet to ensure that responsible organizations maintain the right to use all communications media to interact with the public.