Ronald Reagan was the first president I voted for, even if my decision came after a thoughtful soul -searching.
Even if I share most, if not all, of his ideological views, Governor Reagan is campaigning on a pledge to minimize the Social Security beneficiary benefit. I know, I received this help and relied on it to help my livelihood.
To me, a vote for Reagan is a vote that comes at a price – like dollars and cents.
I weighed the options and came to the conclusion that I would do what Mr. Reagan urged all Americans to do: sacrifice for the good of the country, ceasing to take birth and liberate America as well.
However, Mr. Reagan’s presidency was nearing its end before it even began. The fortieth president narrowly survived a wanted killer bullet on March 30, 1981.
Over time, we learn that President Reagan believed the Lord saved him from imminent death because He still had work for him to do.
Our Daily Citizen team recently sat down with several people who knew Mr. Reagan very well, including his son Michael, along with trusted aides and historians, to discuss how his Christian faith influencing the remaining years of his life.
Ronald Reagan: A Man of Faith is a beautifully crafted documentary that will reveal the depth of our former president’s faith and how his unique and consequential life helped change the course of history.
I want to invite you watch the 32 -minute film, which airs tonight on Facebook at 6 PM Mountain.