Bill Federer examines the faith of American Presidents.
“Went to church and fasted all day.”-GEORGE WASHINGTON, Diary Entry, June 1, 1774, day British blockaded Boston’s harbor. From George Washington’s orders for troops to attend divine services, to Abraham Lincoln’s annual day of thanksgiving, to Harry S Truman’s annual day of prayer, America’s leaders of the past have a tradition of faith, especially in times of crises! There is a chapter on every President of the past, from George Washington through George W. Bush, with excerpts from Proclamations, Addresses to Congress, Executive Orders, Personal Correspondence and Memoirs.
A great source of inspiration for any student of history, you will be uplifted and challenged by reading, “Prayers & Presidents-Inspiring Faith from Leaders of the Past.”
(304 pages, paperback.)