Running God's Way reveals the proven campaign techniques in God's Word and provides the winning strategies needed to succeed on Election Day. In this complete guide to campaigning, candidates, supporters, and Christians wanting to impact their world will learn how to:• Write a winning campaign plan;• Put together an enthusiastic volunteer team;• Deliver a memorable message;• Utilize technology to win elections;• Raise needed funds to reach your goals;• Implement a successful door-to-door program;• Wage war from the trenches; and• Get out the vote on Election Day."As one who has held public office, I see Congresswoman Hartzler's book as an essential. There are very few resources available that can help Christians run a campaign that both honor God and succeed. Vicky has not only written the book, she has carried it out in practice. If you are considering running for office or you want to help those who are, Running God's Way is a must read."- Tony Perkins, President, Family Research Council"One of the biggest problems with politics today is getting good people to run for office. And one of the biggest reasons they don't run is they don't know how-it seems a daunting task. Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler's book is the answer. So whether you are a candidate, supporter, or patriot, this book is for you."- David Barton, Founder and President, WallBuilders"Congresswoman Hartzler's unique book describes exactly what you need to know to run a well-planned campaign. You owe it to yourself, and the traditional Judeo-Christian values in which we believe, to read her book."- Alex Mooney, U.S. Representative, West Virginia 2nd District Vicky Hartzler has successfully organized campaigns for over 20 years. She was overwhelmingly elected State Representative for the 124th District in Missouri three times and served in Congress since 2010 representing Missouri's 4th District. Formerly, Hartzler was a secondary education teacher holding a BS and MS degrees in Education. Vicky Hartzler lives with her husband, Lowell, and daughter, Tiffany, near Harrisonville, Missouri.