THE CHRISTIAN EMBASSY IN WASHINGTON, D. C.: THE EMBASSY’S OFFICIAL LOGO
I recently heard of an unusual seemingly political agency in Washington, D. C., The Christian Embassy, which must be something like the official residence of an ambassador sent by one ruler or country as its formal representative to the United States, right? Wrong. When I searched in vain for just one picture of this particular embassy building in D. C., the closest thing that I could find was a suburban Virginia address, which turned out to be the home of The Christian Embassy’s leader (or ambassador).
What I have learned is that Washington’s Christian Embassy was established in 1975 as an evangelical branch of The Campus Crusade for Christ, and it zealously brings the gospel to major governmental/political leaders in Washington, D. C. It’s staff members facilitate over 40 weekly Bible studies on Capitol Hill, in the White House, at the Pentagon and inside various foreign embassies. Through its outreaches, seminars and events, this ministry claims to have been winning, building and sending our elected national governmental representatives, including President George W. Bush and other top members of his administration, on a mission to make a national political impact for Jesus Christ.
Some of you might find the video presented below to be somewhat unsettling. I know that I certainly do.
VIDEO LINK: THE CHRISTIAN EMBASSY, WASHINGTON, D. C.