Courage

Having courage means facing your fears, making difficult choices, and staying true to yourself and your faith at all times.
Snow-covered tree branches with the sun shining through.
Bible Resources

Let There Be Light

Bring more light to your spirit with these Bible verses.

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Scripture to Reach Your Goals
Bible Resources

4 Tips to Make Your Dreams Come True

Bible verses and tips to help you achieve your goals.

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Lindsay Butler, husband Rick and children Lacey and Lars
Angels

Dream Angels Help New Mother Heal

A woman is mired in depression until angels wearing multi-hued robes pay a healing visit.

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Ryan Odens (left) and Cory Proctor
Positive Living

A Different Kind of Strong

An NFL lineman learns that strength can be fed by faith when he meets a courageous Iowa farmer.

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An artist's rendering of Milton's swirls of snow that looked like angels
Angels

Another Kind of Snow Angel

A sheep rancher caught in a blizzard sees his courage rewarded and his faith justified.

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Prayer blogger Rick Hamlin
Prayer Stories

Courage and Honesty in Prayer

Better to pray honestly, complaining, whining, venting, than to say nothing at all.

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Guideposts Editor-in-Chief Edward Grinnan
Stories of Faith

St. Paul’s Faith, Courage and Fortitude

I had heard the stories about the travels of Paul growing up but until I actually saw the places he traveled to, often repeatedly, how unforgiving the terrain is, I did not truly apprehend the fire that was in his soul.

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A. B. Curtiss and her grandchildren
Coping With Grief

The Little Chapel That Stood

How a grandmother's poem turned into an inspiring children's book about September 11.

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Better Living

I Believe in Quitting

A powerful message about how to change your life into one that is truly your own.

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Robert G. Heft and the American flag
Positive Living

The Surprising Story Behind Our Flag's Design

What started as a creative school project back in the late 1950s for 17-year-old Robert G. Heft ended up the nation's new flag—and a truly inspiring story.

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