I’m happy to announce that my latest book, God, Trump and the 2020 Election, officially releases today. This book represents a lot of hard work and even more research. But what I’m most excited about is the potential it has to inspire Christians across the nation to stand in their God-given authority to intercede for the nation and hopefully turn the tide in this upcoming election. Already, on its first day of release, God, Trump and the 2020 Election is the Amazon No. 1 bestseller in Church & State Religious Studies.
Before publishing the book, I asked several prominent leaders and personal friends to read it and give me their feedback. I was humbled and overwhelmed by their responses.
For instance, Kenneth Copeland, host of Believers Voice Victory and founder of Kenneth Copeland Ministries, read the book and said:
“Do you know why Donald Trump must be re-elected and what’s at stake if he loses? Like me, you may think you know. But in Stephen Strang’s new book, God, Trump and the 2020 Election, you’ll find the answers to those and other questions that are vital to the health and future of our nation. I intend for it to become a vital part of my daily intercessory prayer life for our country. I believe with all my heart that we will win this election. Our time has come for a mighty and great awakening. However, our God will hold you and me responsible if we sit by and lose it.”
Copeland’s words about the huge responsibility we have as Christians are true. I admire the wisdom this prayer warrior has—and I can say I’ve been observing it since I met him in the 1970s when I wrote a feature on him for Charisma magazine. His spiritual insight into what’s going on in our country is something I don’t take for granted.
Then Dennis Prager, a nationally syndicated radio talk show host and co-founder of PragerU, says:
“Stephen Strang is right. If evangelicals don’t turn out in 2020, Donald Trump will lose, and the left will win and continue its work to destroy each of the three pillars of the American trinity, which are liberty; ‘E Pluribus Unum’ (which means out of many one); and finally, ‘In God We Trust.’ Why all Christians do not see this is a puzzle. And if enough people read this book, it could serve as a wake-up call to the only community standing between our beloved America and her demise.”
Former Governor of Arkansas Mike Huckabee, who is also an author and host of Huckabee on TBN, had his own thoughts to share on my book:
“In God, Trump, and the 2020 Election, Stephen Strang flawlessly capture the spiritual significance of Donald Trump’s presidency in this critical hour. As fewer and fewer Americans value belief in God, Strang’s airtight case for re-electing Trump is both timely and urgent. It’s a must-read for anyone concerned about the future of our nation.”
I deeply appreciate Huckabee’s endorsement, especially since I greatly respect him and supported him when he ran for president in 2008. Over the years, I’ve considered his a friend. I was honored when he wrote the foreword for my first political book, God and Donald Trump, and now has offered his kind words for my latest.
Paula White Cain is another Christian leader I deeply respect. I’ve known Paula since the 1990s and was happy to see her become not only Trump’s spiritual adviser but also now the head of the Trump Administration’s Faith and Opportunity Initiative.
“I’m grateful for voices in the media, like Stephen Strang, who understand the very real spiritual battle behind the 2020 race for the White House,” Paula said. “In his insightful new book, God, Trump and the 2020 Election, Stephen looks at our nation, seeing past the political power struggles and shedding light on what’s really at stake for our country in the next election. I highly recommend you read this book.”
David Barton, a Christian political activist, historian, and author, wrote:
“I encourage you to read Stephen Strang’s eye-opening new book about the spiritual forces at work behind Donald Trump’s presidency. Incisive and informative, God, Trump and the 2020 Election explains why Christians should vote to re-elect Trump based on the facts of what he’s done in his first term, what he will do in a second term, and what’s at stake for believers if he doesn’t win.”
There were too many endorsements to share in this article, but I wanted to give you an idea of what you will read when you pick up God, Trump and the 2020 Election.
The God-fearing men and women who shared about my book see the incessant attacks against Trump and agree with me that there is more to this constant barrage than meets the eye. These influencers and friends also know that, despite this opposition, Trump is doing a great job in leading our nation.
The question is, will America rally behind him and give him four more years to continue what he started?
I hope so. And I hope my book can help push American voters in the right direction.
Learn more about God, Trump and the 2020 Election and purchase your own copy at godtrump2020.com.
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