Television evangelist Paula White will be joining possible presidential candidate Donald Trump Thursday to meet with Christian leaders for a "time of dialogue."
White, pastor of Without Walls Central Church in Lakeland, Fla., organized the meeting. She is a long-time friend of the business mogul.
Trump, who described himself to CBN News as a "Sunday church person" and pro-lifer, has also garnered serious consideration from other prominent leaders in the evangelical community, including Franklin Graham and Family Research Council president Tony Perkins.
CBN News Sr. Political Correspondent David Brody talked more about Thursday's meeting and its implication on the CBN News Channel's Midday News, May 12.
Other prominent faith-leaders appeared to be less than impressed with the outspoken billionaire.
"I can think of few people with the means to be president who would be worse for the country and the world than Donald Trump," emerging church author Brian McClaren told The Christian Post in an email.
McClaren was also invited to the private gathering but declined, citing travel costs.
Thursday's meeting will take place May 12 at 5:30 p.m. in New York City's Trump Tower.