In Lansing, Michigan yesterday, 30 members of the state legislature attended the inaugural event of the newly formed Michigan Legislative Prayer Caucus. They shared Bible verses and quotations about religion from America's founders. M Live reports that 38 members have joined the Caucus so far. According to a statement issued by the Caucus, it is "a nonpartisan body of believers of Scriptural Truth, adhering to established Judeo-Christian principles and religious liberties that were widely practiced by the founders of these United States of America and the state of Michigan." Some are concerned that the Caucus has limited itself to Judeo-Christian principles, but supporters say it is open to anyone regardless of their religious belief. Meanwhile, in connection with National Day of Prayer events (see prior posting), Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder signed a proclamation declaring today as Michigan Day of Prayer.