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With warmth and insight, Mary Beth Brown delves into the spiritual journey of America’s 40th president and offers profound stories of God’s providence in Ronald Reagan’s life—from first making it as an actor to winning the presidency, from surviving an assassination attempt to eventually changing the face of world politics. With the support of Reagan’s own words and writings and firsthand interviews with his family, friends, and co-workers, Brown weaves a magnificent story of Reagan’s quiet, strong devotion to God, sure to both inform and inspire.
Timed for the Reagan centenary in 2011 and released in a season of intense political unrest, The Faith of Ronald Reagan is strikingly relevant for today’s reader.
She is the author of the New York Times and USA Today best-selling book, Hand of Providence: The Strong and Quiet Faith of Ronald Reagan and Condi: The Life of a Steel Magnolia.
Mary Beth writes a nationally syndicated column about politics, culture and family issues, which can be viewed at www.marybethbrown.net.
She has been a guest on numerous national TV and radio shows including FOXNEWS’ The O’Reilly Factor, CNN, MSNBC, and others.
Mary Beth travels extensively speaking to Christian and conservative audiences. A graduate of the University of Washington, she was a founder of the Mothers Campaign for Family in that state. She has been a delegate to several Republican Conventions and has testified before the Washington State Senate on education, child, and family issues.
Currently, she resides in Arizona with her husband and children.
Heidi Says . . . I passed this book along to Ashley to read and review for me as she showed an immediate interest in it and it was a great resource for her to read for school. Here is her thoughts . . .
Ashley’s 2 cents . . . I really enjoyed reading this book. I found it very interesting all the things that were said about Ronald’s faith in the Lord. Although he didn’t make it completely known and didn’t shove it down people’s throats, he was a great Christian, who showed his faith through the way that he acted. I loved all the quotes that were given in the book, and learned a lot about the man from this short book. I really enjoyed it.
If you are interested in Ronald Reagan and enjoy reading biographies, I think that you’d really enjoy reading this book! It was well-written and a great read.
NOTE: We received this book for free in exchange for writing this review. We were not compensated in any other way, and we were not obligated to write a positive review.