Pastors congregate in D.C. to discuss politics, religion

standalone_20140918_002_s878x287Hundreds of pastors congregated in Washington, D.C., this week to discuss America’s increasingly secular culture and what the church’s role should be in casting out its demons.

The mood in the ballroom at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill alternated between reverence and apprehension, as the Family Research Council hosted its Watchmen on the Wall national convention from Wednesday through Friday.

Sitting at dozens of round tables in a packed-capacity ballroom, some of the pastors in attendance blended in with the D.C. regulars wearing blazers and ties. But most were in colorful blue, purple or yellow button-down shirts that they might have also worn in the pulpit on Sunday.  Continue reading…

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