via @JohnnieM / Twitter

During a meeting at the White House yesterday, evangelical leaders prayed over the President and the photo went viral. Here's a glimpse of some of the folks who were in the room, reported by CBN, and what they had to say about it:

Full list of attendees:

  • Paula White, senior pastor at Apopka, Florida megachurch
  • Mark Burns, South Carolina megachurch pastor
  • Michele Bachmann, Fmr. Republican Congresswoman
  • Ronnie Floyd, Southern Baptist pastor
  • Tony Perkins, President of the Family Research Council
  • John Hagee, founder and senior pastor of Cornerstone Church
  • Ralph Reed, chairman of the Faith and Freedom Coalition
  • Gary Bauer, president of American Values
  • Robert Jeffress, senior pastor at a Southern Baptist church in Dallas
  • Jack Graham, pastor at a Baptist Church in Plano
  • Jim Garlow, senior pastor of Skyline Church in La Mesa, California;
  • Mike Evans, founder of Friends of Zion Museum in Jerusalem
  • Richard Land, president of the Southern Evangelical Seminary in Charlotte
  • Johnnie Moore, handles pubic relations and communication for several pastors
  • Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne, senior pastor at Tampa Bay Church, and his wife, Adonica Howard-Browne, together they are founders of Revival Ministries International

And some photos they shared:

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