Running Into the Fire: Why More Christians Need to be Involved in Politics
We are the answer to America's growing darkness.
In Running Into the Fire, Terri Hasdorff draws from her more than twenty years in politics to reveal how people of faith can effectively influence government and push back against the liberal socialist agenda.
In addition to revealing how the rise of super PACs and massive marketing machines are getting unqualified and corrupt candidates elected, this book gives clear-cut direction for how people of conscience can get involved in politics, whether they are soccer moms with limited resources or multimillionaires capable of making sizeable campaign contributions. Sharing advice for finding and supporting honest candidates and ensuring contributions go to campaign needs and not bloated consultant salaries, Hasdorff also reveals:
• How to make a difference as an average citizen,
• What to know before running for political office, and
• How to give in the most effective way.
- All is not lost. People of faith really can make a difference in their communities and the nation, but they must get involved in politics. If they don't, the country could be in for years of darkness. This book will reveal practical ways they can affect change starting now.
After reading this book, you will have the keys to need to be a vibrant participant of the political system to see laws and policies passed that will positively affect generations for God's purposes.
About the Author
Terri Hasdorff is a former congressional candidate and an executive-level leader with over twenty years' experience in government and politics. She began her career in 1991 in what is now called the White House Office of Public Engagement, where she had the honor of working with faith leaders from across the country. She later served on Capitol Hill for six years, then ran for a seat in the US House to represent Alabama's second congressional district. She has a bachelor's degree from Samford University, is a graduate of the senior executives program at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government, and is currently in the executive MBA program at Oxford University.
Publisher: Frontline (September 6, 2022)
Paperback: 208 pages
Item Weight: 1.11 pounds