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Meet eighteen unforgettable Christian men, women, and children who made national headlines for choosing to do what they knew to be right, even if the rest of the world hated them for it. In life and in death, their stories inspire us. Each story delivers a message of hope and concludes with questions for group discussion or personal reflection.
Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Servant Books
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Voices of the Faithful: Inspiring Stories of Courage from Christians Serving Around the WorldBeth MooreThomas Nelson / 2010 / Trade Paperback$10.49 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 12 Reviews
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Voices of the Faithful: Inspiring Stories of Courage from Christians Serving Around the World, Vol 02International MissionsThomas Nelson / 2010 / Trade Paperback$14.39 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 10 Reviews
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These behind-the-scenes stories of Christians who made courageous decisions in a moment of crisis, reveal the courage and inner strength of these individuals who chose life in Christ, even when it meant public ridicule, rejection, or death.
This book is about decisions and consequences and the emotional journey in between, and delivers a beautiful and much-needed message of hope. Each story concludes with questions that may be used for group discussion or personal reflection.
"Despair is one of the devils greatest weapons. If Satan cant make us abandon belief in God logically, he can worm his way into our psyches by showing us as much darkness as possible. Matt Archbold has put together a refreshing set of stories that remind us of the words of Johns Gospel: "The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it." Matt Swaim, communications director of the Coming Home Network and author, Prayer in the Digital Age and Your College Faith: Own It!
"In an age of people running for safe spaces, trembling at the news, and jumping at their own shadows, Matt Archbold has given us a wonderful gift with this splendid collection of stories of Christian courage. They remind us that in every age, people have been afraid, but in every age, God has poured out the boldness of Christ into the hearts of his saints by the power of the Holy Spirit too. Read this book and be encouraged to follow Christ with moxie." Mark P. Shea, author, By What Authority?: An Evangelical Discovers Catholic Tradition
"Matt Archbolds book Faith under Fire highlights the urgent need for a national conversation aboutand defense ofreligious liberty, the bedrock of our nation. Archbold powerfully explains the ongoing instances where Christians are facing persecution for living out their religious convictionsan all-too-common reality in recent years. For me, the most powerful stories in this book recognize the sacredness and dignity of every human life, both inside the womb and out." Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the Susan B. Anthony List
"You wont hear about the heroes profiled in this book on the evening news. Those held up as heroes or examples of courage in todays world are often at odds with our Christian faith. But it takes real courage to stand strong in the face of injustice, violence, and the unknown. In this inspiring book, Matt Archbold tells the moving stories of Christians who held onto their faith, even under the most trying of circumstances. A gifted reporter and storyteller, Archbold makes these true stories come to life. Check it outFaith under Fire will light a fire in your faith!" Danielle Bean, author, editor of Catholic Digest magazine
"In a world of growing religious apathy and anti-religious antipathy, both secular and governmental, these stirring stories of faith and love in action, even at the risk of life and liberty, may inspire a generation that may be asked for even more." Patrick Archbold, co-creator of the Creative Minority Report
"Faith under Fire includes powerful stories about Jill Stanek, Dr. George Isajiw, Catherine Adair, and Jessica Chominski. Each of these individuals made great personal sacrifices to defend unborn children. These stories will doubtless inspire not only Christians, but people of all faith traditions to defend the sanctity of all human life." Michael New, visiting associate professor, department of economics, Ave Maria University