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:
Though critics question his theology, this fiery preacher packs arenas with a message of emotional healing.
By Lauren F. Winner | posted Feb. 7, 2000
Apologetics Journal Criticizes Jakes
Christian Research Institute publication questions preacher's view of Trinity.
By Douglas LeBlanc | posted Feb. 7, 2000
"Hearsay, not heresy": Jakes responds to Christianity Today's article
By Bishop T. D. Jakes
Bishop T. D. Jakes, whose best-selling book, Woman, Thou Art Loosed! is now a full-length motion picture opening this week, talked to us about the movie and its potential impact.
From Christianity Today Movies | posted Sept. 28, 2004
The Minister of 'Good Success'
Meet Kirbyjon Caldwell - megachurch pastor, real-estate whiz, community developer, and the President's spiritual confidant
By Jenny Staff Johnson | posted Oct. 1, 2001
The longtime activist on abortion, gay marriage, Iraq - and biblical orthodoxy.
Interview by Ted Olsen | posted April 16, 2008
The transformation of an evangelical activist.
By John Wilson | posted June 14, 1999
Book review: The Elusive Middle
Jim Wallis's attempt to transcend party politics in The Great Awakening never takes off.
Review by Collin Hansen | posted Apr. 16, 2008
Joel Hunter Leads Blessing for Obama
Evangelical megachurch pastor reflects on the inauguration and gives a few predictions.
Interview by Sarah Pulliam in Washington, D.C. | posted Jan. 23, 2009
Evangelical pastor believes the new president-elect will have a listening ear.
Interview by Sarah Pulliam in Washington, D.C. | posted Nov. 6, 2008
Joel Hunter's Super Tuesday Take
Florida pastor believes early results show a shift in evangelical trends.
By Sarah Pulliam | posted Feb. 5, 2008
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