Reaganas greatest virtue wasnat allegiance to country, but allegiance to God. With warmth and insight, this best-selling book by Mary Beth Brown delves into the spiritual journey of Americaas 40th president and offers profound stories of the provisions God made in Ronald Reaganas lifea from first making it as an actor to winning the presidency, from surviving an assassination attempt to eventually changing the face of politics and the world. Supported by Ronald Reaganas own words and writings plus firsthand interviews with his family, friends, and co-workers, Brown weaves a magnificent story that inspires as it informs. Reaganas strong devotion to God will encourage believers to enter public service, allowing their faith to motivate their actions, and will draw focus to Christas matchless sacrificeaforever near and dear to President Reaganas heart.Dutch discovered that summer that he enjoyed working hard and using his hands by doing tough manual labor. ... Dutch was a strong swimmer and had taken a lifesaving course at the YMCA, and being a lifeguard was a job he earnestlyanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Faith of Ronald Reagan|
|Author||:||Mary Beth Brown|
|Publisher||:||Thomas Nelson Inc - 2011-01-17|