Saturday's New York Times reported that President Obama, in lieu of finding a D.C. church home, "has quietly cultivated a handful of evangelical pastors for private prayer sessions on the telephone and for discussions on the role of religion in politics."
Christianity Today has extensively covered four of the five pastors. (Well, we may have articles on Otis Moss deeper in the non-digitized CT archives. We'll keep looking.)
Links to our coverage after the jump.
T. D. Jakes:
T.D. Jakes Feels Your PainThough critics question his theology, this fiery preacher packs arenas with a message of emotional healing.By Lauren F. Winner | posted Feb. 7, 2000Apologetics Journal Criticizes JakesChristian Research Institute publication questions preacher's view of Trinity.By Douglas LeBlanc | posted Feb. 7, 2000My Views on the Godhead "Hearsay, not heresy": Jakes responds to Christianity Today's articleBy Bishop T. D. JakesInterview: Jakes on the LooseBishop T. D. Jakes, whose best-selling book, Woman, Thou ...1