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Date Posted: 08:18:07 05/02/03 Fri
Author: Lance
Subject: From the LA Times - Showing Faith in Discretion. The Fellowship, which sponsors the National Prayer Breakfast, quietly effects political change. It acts with the blessing of many in power.
In reply to: Lance 's message, "Crzy House " HUGE STORY"." on 07:53:25 05/02/03 Fri


Douglas Coe, the group's leader, has befriended a succession of presidents and world leaders since arriving in Washington in 1959. In April, he was invited to the White House to speak off the record with employees about prayer.

Coe said in a rare interview that the group's mission is to create a worldwide "family of friends" by spreading the words of Jesus to those in power. He believes that people of every religion--including Muslims, Jews and Hindus--are swayed by Jesus. If he can change leaders' hearts, he said, then the benefits will flow naturally to the oppressed and underprivileged.

Intimate prayer groups begun by the Fellowship still meet regularly and privately, at the House of Representatives, Senate and throughout federal agencies in Washington.

People use the Fellowship as a way to network, a way to gain entree to all sorts of people including the President, Senators, Congressmen, Governors, Mayors, Heads of State.

Here's the link to the rest of the story.
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  • This is some very creepy stuff. On one hand, it could just appear to be all innocent, as far as having Christian faith, but then you read about the houses and how its woven throughout our government and it seems very powerful and sinister. (NT) -- Jean, 09:16:56 05/02/03 Fri
  • I don't think it's any surprise that fundamentalist Christians want to rule the world. And right now, I would say they're pretty darn close to doing just that. (NT) -- Pete, 16:44:51 05/02/03 Fri

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