August 20, 2019 | From The Hill
Vice President Pence said during an event hosted by a Christian conservative advocacy group that he handles online criticism through prayer and by “extending grace.”
“No. 1 is spend more time on your knees than on the internet,” Pence said of how he handles critics during a “fireside chat” at an Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) event.
“As a Christian believer, we’re charged to pray for our loved ones but also pray for our enemies. You have lots of opportunities in politics to do that,” Pence told ADF CEO Michael Farris.
“Forgiveness is a great gift, and my wife and I literally try to work through forgiving people who might speak woefully against us or might mischaracterize who we are and what our family’s all about,” he added. (Excerpt from The Hill. Watch interview below.)
Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence and ADF CEO Michael Farris discuss religious liberty and sanctity of life issues in America and around the world.
Posted by Alliance Defending Freedom on Tuesday, August 6, 2019