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Twice Adopted

By Michael Reagan (Author), Jimmy Denney (Joint Author) & Michael Reagan (Read by)
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An important social commentator speaks to the cultural ailments threatening America today. "Have you ever felt that God was angry with you? Did you ever do something so shameful that you lived in fear that someone would find out? That your secret would be exposed? Did you ever feel convinced that you were going to hell and there was nothing you could do about it? Have you ever felt angry toward God-a raging anger over something terrible that happened in your life? Something that hurt you and violated you? Something for which you blamed God? Did you ever hate God? Did you ever believe that God hated you? That is how I felt for more than thirty years of my life. This is my story of redemption. This is the story of how I was twice adopted." Michael Reagan's life is much more than just an interesting story. It is a testimony of healing from many of the issues that confront our culture today, such as sexual abuse, divorce, loneliness, the feeling of rejection, and the belief that God does not care about us. Michael Reagan's first adoption gave him an identity, but his true identity was discovered in his second adoption as a child of God.

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Format: Unabridged
Studio: Oasis Audio
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 4.94" Width: 5.72" Height: 1.93"
Weight:   0.86 lbs.
Binding  CD
Release Date   Oct 15, 2004
Publisher   Oasis Audio
Edition  Unabridged  
ISBN  1589267362  
ISBN13  9781589267367  

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Michael Reagan is the son of former President Ronald Reagan and Academy Award Winning Actress Jane Wyman. He has authored many successful books including his autobiography On the Outside Looking In and Twice Adopted. He is a popular national speaker on issues ranging from politics to adoption, and hosted a live radio show for more than 26 years (including 17 years in national syndication). He is president of The Reagan Legacy Foundation, serves on the board of The John Douglas French Alzheimer's Foundation, and is the national spokesperson for My Stuff Bags Foundation (which aids children rescued from abuse and neglect). In 2005, he established the Michael Reagan Center for Advocacy and Research in partnership with Arrow Child and Family Ministries.

Michael Reagan and his wife Colleen live in California. They have two adult children: daughter Ashley, an elementary school teacher, and son Cameron, a travel agent.

Jim Denney has written over 80 books in collaborated with many authors. His previous books with Michael Reagan include The City on a Hill, and The Common Sense of an Uncommon Man: The Wit, Wisdom and Eternal Optimism of Ronald Reagan.

Michael Reagan currently resides in Sherman Oaks, in the state of California.

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A true story of redemption  Aug 19, 2007
This book is so good I read it in two days. I could not put it down. I can't help but think about the Bible verse, Romans 8:28, after finishing this book. Truly, God has worked out all the things that happened to Michael in his life for his good, and now Michael is allowing God to use his experiences for the good of others. What a testimony!!! I was touched by the transparency of Michael --- he made me laugh (the story about the nun throwing erasers) and he brought me to tears (almost forgetting to hug his Dad during a visit to see him). One of the things that spoke to me the most is the perspective he gives on healing. I think that many times we think that healing means we will not experience pain, but Michael describes quite the opposite in his book. It is clear that God has healed him from the harmful effects of his past experiences, but also clear that he still feels pain from them. Michael demonstrates that one of the reasons God allows us to still feel the pain and still be healed is so that we can share in the sufferings of others who are going through similar experiences. I encourage anyone who wants to read a story of how Jesus Christ truly redeemed a man and how we can "redeem" others to read this one.
Redemption After Childhood Traumas  Nov 2, 2005
Michael Reagan writes from a child's perspective here. He details traumas that he suffered as a child including adoption, molestation, the divorce of his parents, and boarding school.

Although he is in his 50s now, he is still affected by childhood events, particularly the molestation. During the course of his life he has engaged in high risk behaviors and had suicidal thoughts stemming from his experiences.

It took decades, but he finally found redemption through his relationship with Christ. His wife was a major player in helping him overcome this as well.

This book would be good to read for those who have experienced some of the issues mentioned above. Additionally, I think it would help to provide great insights for adoptive parents, all parents, and those who work with children. I also recommend it for anyone who likes to read an inspirational story of the redemptive power of Jesus in one's life.
Twice Adopted  Sep 20, 2005
One of the most important publications in recent years. It not only helps with the survival aspects of molestation and abuse but also alerts adults how to recognize preditory behavior in caregivers, teachers, etc.

Michael has exposed a raw edge of hurt in himself and also shared healing. Bless him for his courage!
Story of Angst & Redemption  Aug 29, 2005
Michael Reagan writes the kind of autobiography one would expect from a radio talk show host -- part soul-bearing, part diatribe. This is not a particularly well written book, so don't wait around for the Pulitzer, but it's a quick read so you won't hate yourself for having spent the time reading it. It it is a heartfelt account of a man who has finally battled his demons and come to peace with his place in life. Along the way, Reagan uses his story as a jumping off point to talk about social issues (divorce, pornography, etc.). His story is interesting for fans of his father, a little insight into the family history and a sympathetic portrayal of two parents (Ron & Jane) who did their best to raise a troubled kid. Mike also shares a clear story of his commitment to Jesus Christ and the huge difference that has made in his life story.
The Reagan Machine Churns Onwards  Jun 17, 2005
Well I hope Christ is nicer to Michael than Ronnie was. Ronnie once famously asked which one is mine when visiting Michael at camp, not knowing which of the boys was his adopted son. Presumably on the day of judgement Christ won't ask Michael "Which one are you?"... I've always cut Michael some slack despite his pandering conservative views and his seemingly insatiable thrist to milk his connection to his father for every last dime he can hustle. And in a way it is refreshing to see Michael still throwing himself at Ronnie's cowboy boots even after his passing. Then again there are still dollars to be made which brings us back to this book. The sob story presented here is not without genuine sobs, but I found it all a tad tragic that here is this abandonded boy still trying to win some acceptance from Dad - be it his earthly one or God - and that his method of winning that acceptance is to live on his knees instead of his own two feet. Hopefully Michael's next volume will be when he finds his own voice and his own manhood.

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