Becoming a Bravehearted Woman

The World-Changing Power of Christ-Centered Femininity The stillness of the African night was shattered by a piercing scream. Fair-skinned, red-haired Mary Slessor hurried out of her hut, a concerned look on her face. As she stood listening, she heard the sound of yelling and drumming growing steadily louder in the distance. Mary began walking briskly …

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Courage In the Commission

The famous American pilot Eddie Rickenbacker once said, “Courage is doing what you’re afraid to do. There can be no courage unless you’re scared.” But, it’s very human to think of courage being the absence of fear. That’s why Rickenbacker’s observation can help us in our Christian lives.

Courage In the Commission

The famous American pilot Eddie Rickenbacker once said, “Courage is doing what you’re afraid to do. There can be no courage unless you’re scared.” But, it’s very human to think of courage being the absence of fear. That’s why Rickenbacker’s observation can help us in our Christian lives.

12 Ways to Unleash Courage In Your Life

by Whitney Hopler Editor’s Note: The following is a report on the practical applications of Paul Coughlin’s book, Unleashing Courageous Faith: The Hidden Power of a Man’s Soul, (Bethany House, 2009). Living faithfully as a man means much more than just trying to be a nice, polite guy. Although that may be all your church …

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True Courage, by Daniel Whyte IV with Danyel Ezekiel Whyte V

Dear YB: Many of us, as boys, get the true meaning of courage and cowardice all twisted up. You see, many times, we call that which is courage-cowardice, and that which is cowardice, we call courage. I believe that if we are to develop good character traits, we must get these two straightened out.