Congressional Prayer Caucus Gains New Leadership
January 9, 2017
The Congressional Prayer Caucus has a new leader. North Carolina Rep. Mark Walker joins Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford as co-chair.
Walker replaces Virginia Rep. Randy Forbes who founded the Prayer Caucus 11 years ago to guard the right of individuals to pray and practice their faith freely. Forbes lost his congressional seat in the primary last fall.
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