CIU Alumnus Opens U.S. House Session with Prayer
Robert Michaels, a 1981 graduate of Columbia International University, opened the U.S. House of Representatives with prayer on Sept. 9.
Michaels is the founder of Serve & Protect, an international non-profit organization based in Brentwood, Tennessee dedicated to trauma care and therapy for police officers, firefighters, rescue workers, dispatchers and other emergency workers. He was introduced to the floor of the House by U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee.
Watch a video of Michaels’ prayer and read more about him in an article published in the newspaper Franklin Home Page of Brentwood, Tennessee.