For over twenty years, John Kasich and several friends met twice a month for lunch to study the Bible, discuss faith, and ask the difficult questions. It was a place where each man could be honest without judgement and receive the support they needed. In Every Other Monday Kasich shares insights he gleaned from their fellowship on practical and Biblical themes such as charity, justice, envy, forgiveness and ambition. You'll be encouraged by this group's ability to find strength and resilience through faith and friendship.
This bestselling book by GOP presidential candidate John Kasich offers an honest, insightful, and revealing portrait of the man called by the New York Times, “the only plausible choice for Republicans tired of the extremism and inexperience on display in this race.”
Where do you go when the water rises?
For more than twenty-five years, starting long before he was a Republican presidential candidate facing down Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, before he was twice elected Governor of Ohio, John Kasich has sought the answer to this question and to many of life’s most fundamental challenges in an unlikely place: his twice-a-month lunches with an irreverent, thoughtful, and spirited circle of guys who are members of a Bible study group. Every other Monday over lunch at an Italian restaurant in Columbus, Ohio, Kasich and half a dozen friends use the stories of the Good Book as a launching pad to discuss big ideas like integrity, justice, ambition, as well as the small trials and triumphs of daily life. This group, in reaching for life’s biggest mysteries while standing firmly rooted in the everyday, became a cornerstone of Kasich’s life, one to which he consistently turns when the waters threaten to rise.
Full of funny and fascinating anecdotes and poignant memories drawn from Kasich’s personal and professional life, Every Other Monday is an honest look at how to build faith, find strength, and stay resilient—even during the most challenging of circumstances.
John Kasich served nine terms in United States House of Representatives, during which time he spent eighteen years on the House Armed Services Committee and six years as chairman of the House Budget Committee. He was elected Governor of Ohio in 2010 and 2014. On July 21, 2015, he announced his candidacy for the 2016 Republican nomination for President of the United States.