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Leaning on his long-held values and core leadership convictions, Boyd, who had been at New Life's helm as senior pastor for exactly one hundred days, marshaled the congregation's courage and strength, declaring they would not be governed by fear.
Fear No Evil details the inspiration, reassurance, and divine guidance the people of New Life relied on, offering hope to anyone who wonders what good can come of their suffering.
Number of Pages: 240
Publication Date: 2013
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In the years following the senseless and tragic shooting on the campus of New Life Church in northern Colorado Springs, Colorado, Senior Pastor Brady Boyd has received countless questions from the faith-filled and faithless alike. As the nation watched the suffering congregation reel from the gunmans rampage and, later, steady their stance once more, the one question on everyones mind was, "How has New Life weathered such a horrible storm so well?" In Fear No Evil, Boyd answers with eloquence and grace, paving a path toward hope to anyone walking through the "valley of the shadow of death" and is tempted to camp out there. This story of tragedy and triumph will release you from lifes common traps of doubt and despair. Whether you are a parent who has lost a child, a single mom who feels overwhelmed, a middle-aged man starting over after bankruptcy, a student trying to make sense of life and the world at large, or simply someone who wonders where God is in the midst of your suffering, the considerations and counsel offered here will serve as a lifeline for your soul.
Brady Boyd is married to his college sweetheart, Pam, and together they have two children, Abram and Callie. He has a degree in journalism from Louisiana Tech, has been a radio announcer for professional baseball and basketball teams, and was the sports editor for his college newspaper. Before coming to New Life Church (Colorado) in 2007, he served Gateway Church in Southlake, Texas, for nearly seven years. Follow him on Twitter at @pastorbrady.