The leader of a north Georgia megachurch United Nations agency has been a nonsecular authority to President Donald Trump has tested positive for COVID-19.
Jentezen Franklin, the senior pastor of Free Chapel in Gainesville was absent from Sunday services, news retailers rumored.
Pastor Javon Ruff proclaimed the designation throughout Free Chapels Sunday service, control each in-person, and streamed live.
“We need to create you aware that Pastor Franklin has is available in contact with COVID, however, he’s doing utterly fine. He really is doing nice,” Ruff aforementioned. “He went and got checked and his test came back positive therefore he’s doing the correct issue to try to and staying segregated and continued to be distanced. Well, still pray and carry him up.”
The designation came among days of Franklin attending a Christmas party at the White House. On Tuesday, Franklin announces on Instagram a photograph of himself and his female offspring at a White House Christmas party.
Trump watched Franklins service throughout a National Day of Prayer earlier this year. Franklin, United Nations agency antecedently told The Associated Press that he’s met with Trump a minimum of ten times without checking matters, conjointly appeared at a virtual “call to prayer” event for Trump’s campaign once he and initial woman Melania Trump were themselves being treated for COVID-19.
Franklin hosts the printed program “Kingdom association.”
No direct association has been created between Franklin’s designation and his attending at the party. over a dozen parties at the White House are criticized for being in control inside and not imposing mask-wearing.
“Pastor Jentezen Franklin’s visit to White House had no correlation along with his designation,” a church representative told WXIA-TV in an exceeding statement. The representative aforementioned Franklin on Th was exposed to a congregation associated United Nations agency was infected.
Ruff proclaimed that Free Chapels Christmas Eve visible light service are going to control just about solely “out of AN abundance of caution” which weekly services would resume Jan three.