In the 1960s Harry Dent entered political service for love of country and liberty. Highly successful, Dent became known as the “Southern Strategist” who helped Nixon win his second term in office.
When the Watergate scandal broke and Dent was accused, his efforts at propagating American freedom seemed wasted. But Dent was found to be “more of an innocent victim than the perpetrator.” He could not deny God’s grace: Dent and Henry Kissinger were the only two of Nixon’s staff not given prison sentences.
In 1978 Harry Dent embraced the gospel of Jesus Christ that his daughter Ginny had faithfully lived out before him. Realizing that true freedom is found in Christ, Dent entered full-time ministry, founding Laity Alive and Serving, a church-planting ministry and social outreach. His subsequent work around the world, especially in Romania, has resulted in blessing for thousands.
This touching memoir of a father by his daughter will inspire readers to spend their lives for what truly matters: finding and sharing true freedom.