Faith of America's First Ladies
a book by Jane Hampton Cook
Jane's Own Words: Audio
About my First Ladies
Faith of America’s First Ladies
by Jane Hampton Cook uses stories from the lives of first
ladies to uncover the mysteries behind a proverb
about a first lady who lived in the time of Solomon, known
as Proverbs 31. This inspiring book features the topics of work,
family, leadership, service, courage, investment, beauty,
laughter, and faith.
Adams' commitment to serving as the primary care
taker for her family during the Revolutionary War shows the
worth of working with eager hands.
fashion flair uncovers the true source of beauty in a world
of extreme makeovers.
Bush's heart of compassion shows the
significance of extending hands to the needy in times of
Adams' remarkable solo to Paris (under
siege by Napoleon) shows the value of steadfastness during a
time of terror threats.
investment inklings blossom into a bouquet of benefits.
Bush's wit and quips reveal the splendor of
celebrating joy in life.
Washington's willingness to knit socks for
soldiers shows the value of leading by example.
Harrison's words of wisdom and prayers for her
children and grandchildren deliver a family legacy of faith
Madison's wandering journey of faith reaches its
final destination, showing the peace that comes through a
commitment and reverence to God.
life reveals that every woman is a first lady to God and her