“It is impossible to rightly govern a nation without God and the Bible.”
George Washington (1743-1799), known to have chopped down his father’s cherry tree, as legend would have it, would become the United States’ first president. Serving two terms as president from 1789 until 1797, he managed the United States with energetic, organized, and efficient candor. Washington refused serving a third term in office, even though he had unanimously been voted by the electoral college his last two terms, believing that no president should serve more than two terms lest he be looked upon as a king.
Associate Pastor with The Bridge Community of Faith in Kelowna BC Canada.