Be Strong and Courageous: Letters to My Children about Being Christian
Be Strong and Courageous is the sequel to David Yount's Book-of-the-Month bestseller Growing in Faith. The popular syndicated columnist reassures believers and skeptics of all ages that having faith makes sense. He shows how faith dignifies humanity, giving fulfillment, and heals the world. As a parent writing letters to encourage and inspire his growing daughters, Yount shows how Christians can face life's challenges with faith, hope, love, and confidence. Be Strong and Courageous shows how we can pass on our rich tradition of faith in a way that is revitalizing to inspire a new generation.
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Make Friends with Jesus
Listen to God
Join the Family
When Your Faith Falters
NOTES AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Negotiating the Bible
Keep the Rules
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