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Running Into the Fire
Running Into the Fire by Terri Hasdorff

Price: $19.99
Author: Terri Hasdorff
Subtitle: Why More Christians Need to be Involved in Politics
Format: Paperback
Length: 191 Pages
Published: 2022

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In Running Into the Fire, Terri Hasdorff draws from her more than twenty years in politics to show people of faith like you how to effectively influence the government and push back against the liberal socialist agenda.

From revealing how super PACs and massive marketing machines are getting unqualified and corrupt candidates elected to how campaign donations are being squandered, Hasdorff offers a behind-the-curtains look at the root of corruption in America’s election process. But more than being a Beltway expose, this book gives clear-cut direction for how people of faith can get involved in politics, whether they are soccer moms with limited resources or multimillionaires capable of making sizable campaign contributions.

Not only does Hasdorff share advice for finding and supporting honest candidates and genuine campaign needs, but she also reveals:
  • How to make a difference as an average citizen
  • Inside secrets if you choose to run for political office
  • How to give contributions in the most effective way

All is not lost. The faithful really can make a difference in their communities and the nation, but they must get involved in politics. You have the power to restore what is beautiful in the land.

Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: This Is What They Will Eat
Chapter 2: Inaction Is No Longer an Option
Chapter 3: The Power of the Body
Chapter 4: Sending Daniel Into the Lion’s Den
Chapter 5: Buying a Seat in Congress
Chapter 6: Dipping Your Toes Into the Pond of Support
Chapter 7: Less Than 1 Percent
Chapter 8: The Rise of the Super PAC
Chapter 9: How to Be a Smart Conor
Chapter 10: If You Are Called
Chapter 11: Trained
Chapter 12: Supported
Chapter 13: The Enemy on Our Doorstep
Chapter 14: Guidance for Churches and Faith Leaders
Chapter 15: The Hope in Going Local
Chapter 16: God Over Government
About the Author

About the Author:
Terri Hasdorff is a former congressional candidate and executive-level leader with over twenty years experience working at the intersection of faith and politics. She began her career in 1991 in what is now called the White House Office of Public Engagement, working with faith leaders and nonprofit organizations from across the country. She then served on Capitol Hill for more than six years before returning home to Alabama to help empower grassroots and faith-based organizations with state and federal government resources. In 2020 she ran for a seat in the US House of Representatives to represent Alabama’s second congressional district. Hasdorff holds a bachelor’s degree from Samford University, graduated from the senior executives program at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, and is currently completing a master’s degree in business administration at Oxford University.