Hillsong's global pastor and founder Brian Houston & Bethel Music's Sean Feucht have been invited to the White House to sing and pray for President Donald Trump. Houston's visit to the White House came two months after Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison came under fire over whether the preacher was invited to a state dinner with Trump.
Houston uploaded a video to his Instagram on Saturday of himself standing out the front of the grand building, saying: "Well here I am at the White House. Never say never."
He continued: "It's a great honour, of course, to have had the chance to go into the cabinet room, even into the oval office and pray for the president of the United States of America. "To me, it's not about the politics, it's about the position, and a significant man like the president of the US can use all the prayer we can possibly give him."
Bethel Music's Sean Feucht was also at the White House. He noted that a group of Christian leaders had been invited by the administration and had met and prayed for the President."We were invited by this administration to worship inside the White House today," Mr Feucht wrote.
"Let this sound give you great hope for America!
"Just left the Oval Office in Washington DC after meeting and praying over Donald J. Trump," he wrote on another post.