Rep. Janice Hahn Honored by National Bible Association

Posted May 23, 2013

Last week, National Prayer Breakfast co-chair U.S. Rep. Janice Hahn ('74) was recognized by the National Bible Association with the 2013 Capitol Hill Award. The annual award was presented by the chaplain of the U.S. House of Representatives, Patrick J. Conroy, at the bipartisan weekly prayer breakfast on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. The award is given to one member of the U.S. House of Representatives and one U.S. senator for demonstrating an exemplary commitment to Bible reading.

Rep. Hahn and Richard Glickstein, president of the National Bible Association

“It’s a true honor to receive this award from the National Bible Association,” said California congresswoman Hahn as reported by“Faith has always been a strong part of my life and my journey. The congressional prayer breakfast allows members of Congress to come together in fellowship and share our journey of faith. Every week, we set aside political differences and unite for and with one another around prayer. I have found unlikely friends in this breakfast and have made partnerships that have helped me better serve my constituents and my God."

The National Bible Association, a nonprofit educational organization founded in 1940, strives to encourage Bible readership among Americans of all religious orientations, political distinctions and creeds.The Capitol Hill Award was created in 2005 to recognize and honor national leaders who set an example for others by seeking first to govern themselves before working to govern others.


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