As a proud Catholic, my faith is the foundation of all I do.
Last week, I attended the National Prayer Breakfast, held each year on the first Thursday in February in Washington, D.C. This tradition, which originated under President Eisenhower provides the opportunity for worldwide leaders to come together to discuss our faith and values.
Freedom of religion is a fundamental right that we as Americans enjoy every day, but that, sadly, is not respected by all governments around the world. It is important that America remains a world leader in defending and promoting religious liberty for people of any faith.
At the breakfast, Bryan Stevenson, lawyer and author of “Just Mercy,” delivered the keynote about serving our fellow citizens. As your Representative in Congress, serving central Arkansans is what I have the honor of doing in Washington.
If you or someone you know needs help with a federal agency, please call me at (501) 324-5941 or visit hill.house.gov.
I encourage our leaders, and my fellow Arkansans, to band together and pray for one another and our nation.
It’s an honor to represent you in Congress.