"Government will be our servant,
not our master."
the beginnings of his political life.
Pat announces his intention to seek
the Republican nomination for president of the
Pat shares his
vision for America as he endorses former opponent
George Bush for president of the United States
at the 1988 Republican National Convention.
Pat analyzes his 1988
bid for the Republican nomination for president
of the United States. Did he miss God's purposes
for his life?
Pat asks President
Ronald Reagan about his vision for America.
Pat asks Palestinian Liberation Organization Chief Yasar Arafat about the peace plan pending at the time.
Pat notes this country's
foundation in Jeffersonian ideals and calls for
a recommitment to these God-given liberties.
Pat urges conservatives
to take up the standard and continue the battle
for a strong America.
Pat looks at the toll
taken on America by a faith in humanism instead
of the God worshipped by our founding fathers.
must proclaim the Gospel in a dark land with the
Word of God as their guide and truth as their
Pat chronicles the undermining
of integrity and confidence in absolutes in
America and urges people of faith to get involved.
the balance of powers in national government and
calls for a restoration of congressional authority,
states rights and public morality.
The Iran-Contra hearings
reminded us that legislators should never be judge
and jury, and the rule of law must supercede political
I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.