It’s Official: Judge Neil Gorsuch Takes the Oath of Office

Our day began with prayer in front of our headquarters when Judge Gorsuch drove by and entered the Supreme Court Building.

Incredibly, we were able to witness the private Oath of Office, administered by Chief Justice Roberts to Judge Neil Gorsuch, in the conference room from our position right in front of our Ten Commandments statue. As Judge Gorsuch lifted his hand to take the oath, your Faith & Action team bowed in prayer — asking the Lord for His guidance and wisdom to be upon the newest Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court.

Thank you for all the support you have given over the years! Because of your help, we have been placed by God to pray and minister to both our nation’s elected officials but also to all those who are involved in the High Court – from the security team right up to the Justices themselves.  

Faith & Action has been faithful to bear witness of the Gospel of Christ and to reach out to ALL who work on Capitol Hill. Not only have we planted seeds, but we have been blessed to see the fruit of our labor time and again in the changed lives and hearts of those we have ministered to.

We rely on your faithful partnership with us, both in prayer and financial support, because it enables us to continue this important work that the Lord has graciously given us to do in Washington, D.C. To donate, please CLICK HERE or send your gift by mail to Faith & Action, 109 2nd St, NE, Washington, D.C. 20002. If it’s more convenient, you may also call (202-546-8329).

On Behalf of Your Faith & Action Missionary Team,

Mrs. Peggy Nienaber
Director of Operation

 

P.S. We ask that you join us in prayer for Associate Justice Gorsuch as he walks down this path of transition and we also ask that you lift up his family in prayer as they too adjust to their new home and all the challenges, blessings, and pressures that comprise the job of being a United States Supreme Court Justice.