Vice President Mike Pence, who has been routinely criticized for his faith, said he handles such attacks by praying for his critics—which garnered him a few more.
“No. 1 is, spend more time on your knees than on the internet,” Pence said during an Aug. 6, 2019, Q & A session with Michael Farris, president, and CEO of Alliance Defending Freedom. The gathering included ADF staff. The vice president went on to talk about the power of forgiveness. “As a Christian believer, we’re charged to pray for our loved ones but also pray for our enemies,” Pence said. “You have lots of opportunities in politics to do that,” he said. “But I would say that forgiveness is a great gift, and my wife and I literally try to work through forgiving people who might speak woefully against us or might […]
Since taking office Pence has been targeted numerous times for his biblical approach to living.
As covered by Christian Headlines early in the Trump administration, the vice president was ripped on social media for saying he protects his marriage by avoiding situations where he is alone with a woman.