About 250 pastors and ministers from around the state gathered for a briefing on historic advancements in White House Policy for the Faith Community during a South Florida Pastor’s Summit on September 20th presented by the South Florida Pastors Network held at Iglesia Comunidad/Community Church in Pembroke Pines. Apostle Mario Bramnick hosted the event, which included presentations from Florida Governor Rick Scott, a report from Jennifer Korn, Deputy Director and Special Assistant to the President at The White House, and talks from Pastor Nilsa Alvarez, Regional Faith Director for the Florida Republican Party, and Pastor Luciano Bongarrá, of the Latin America Parliament and Faith.
The pastors prayed for those in leadership and applauded the achievements thus far.
As a liaison for the President to communities across America, Korn listed the administration’s accomplishments thus far: protecting religious liberties, utilizing an executive order that tears down part of the Johnson Amendment, taking a pro-life stance by making sure federal tax dollars are not going to abortion, moving the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, and appointing conservative judges, among others.
“We are here to shift some things and unite for change,” said Bramnick, who encouraged the church leaders to become involved in government activism and the Conservative Movement in Latin America.