Discover the inspiring spiritual legacy of Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning monarch in British history. Sharing a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the life of this notoriously private monarch, The Faith of Queen Elizabeth features intimate stories and inspiring reflections on the personal faith behind the Crown.
An icon, matriarch, reformer, and the longest-reigning monarch in British history, Queen Elizabeth II intrigues millions around the world with her royal heritage, inspirational character, and profound faith, especially as depicted in award-winning films such as The Queen and the wildly popular Netflix series The Crown.
But throughout all her trials and triumphs, Her Majesty credits her personal faith in Jesus Christ as the steadying anchor to her life and reign. In The Faith of Queen Elizabeth, Dudley Delffs unpacks the secret behind Her Majesty’s personal devotion and public service, giving you a fuller, richer picture of the woman who’s led a nation with unwavering faith and resolve, teaching us how we can all:
- Leave a legacy of faith for future generations
- Answer the call to serve
- Align our behavior with our beliefs
With testimonies from historic figures such as Winston Churchill, Billy Graham, Mother Teresa, and Margaret Thatcher, this magnificent tribute explores the faith of the world’s most famous Queen–and the King she serves.
Praise for The Faith of Queen Elizabeth:
The faith of Her Majesty the Queen is the diamond in the crown: forged under extreme pressure, a ‘beacon of inspiration’ the world over, reflecting the light of the Lord she serves. Delffs’s book foregrounds this faith with fluency and respect: an absorbing read.
–Right Reverend Dr. Jill Duff, Bishop of Lancaster
This book is a wonderful tribute to the life of Queen Elizabeth II and to her devotion to the people of the UK, the Commonwealth, and the Church of England. It describes her clear and authentic Christian faith that has inspired me and many others in following Jesus’s example.
–Andrew R. Pratt, interfaith advisor to the Bishop of Blackburn