• God Omnipotent Reigns Article by George Grant

    FROM TABLETALK | November 2004

    Though his story is hardly the stock and trade of most church historians, James A. Garfield (1831–1881) affords us innumerable lessons about character, faith, and public service. Such lessons are especially relevant for us during these final days leading up to the presidential election when moral and ethical issues have been thrust to the forefront of the national debate and have polarized the opposing factions. He was the last of America’s presidents to rise from humble beginnings in a log cabin to the White House. Left fatherless when he was still just an infant, Garfield was forced to work from … View Resource