A Facebook post by a 7-year-old boy about praying for a Tulsa cop has gone viral.

Trey Elliott’s mother, Brittany Elliott, shared a photo of her son praying for a Tulsa police officer on Facebook on June 1.

In the video, Trey is seen stooping down with his little hand on a Tulsa police officer’s shoulder. Both prayed with their eyes closed.

Brittany requested that we pray for Tulsa Police Department employees today on Facebook. “And he did precisely that. Little toddler placed his tiny hands-on cops to convey that we love and support them.

While volunteering at a local event near 61st and Peoria, Trey requested prayers for Tulsa police officers.

Today, Trey has requested that we pray for the Tulsa Police Department. That’s precisely what we did. The tiny boy placed his hands on them to show his love and support for the cops.

“If these images show you anything, the current status of the city has destroyed her heart,” Brittany Elliott said. “Pray for your family and friends.”

Trey’s current goal is to speak with every Tulsa Police Department officer. Trey is 12 years old right now.

They look to be having some difficulties. I believe it will be beneficial to them.

Two contributions to you brought in reinforcements, four more Tulsa police officers, to surprise Trey.

Trey offered the cops a simple prayer.

Please, God, keep these officers, their families, and their community safe. Amen. Trey Elliott is a football player in the United States.

Trey’s prayer gave Tulsa police officer Khara Rogers hope and made her heart skip a beat, she said.

On Thursday morning, Trey prayed for Tulsa Police Chief Wendell Franklin.


  1. I wish people knew how bad the rime rate in Tulsa really is….. it’s truly a scary place to live. I lived there for 12 years and both my parents were born and raised there…those men that choose to remain on the Tulsa Police Department are underplayed, weary and have seen things that have broken their hearts…..they need prayers and love….♥️♥️


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