Published March 1999
by Warner Press .
Written in English
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Courage definition is - mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty. How to use courage in a sentence. Synonym Discussion of courage. Welcome! We’re so glad you’re here! The Women of Courage Online Bible Study will take you on a journey through God’s Word. Over 12 weeks, you’ll meet 12 incredible women of courage straight from Scripture and dig into three themes from the (in)courage Devotional Bible — Better Together, Friendship on Purpose, and Imperfect Hospitality. This study is designed to meet you in the grit. The author's observations range from lighthearted ("Courage is deliberately stepping on sidewalk cracks") to those worthy of reflection ("Courage is being the first to make up after an argument"). Imperfect Courage “ exactly what we need today. This book is both an invitation and a challenge to bravely show up for ourselves, for the people we love, and for the strangers that we will one day call family. I say, Amen!” —Brené Brown, Ph.D., Author of the .