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Series: Courage to Lead

Courage to Lead Your Family

Courage to Lead Your Family

We need courage for many things in life, but perhaps nowhere more than in the area of parenting. It takes courage to trust God’s wisdom for our children, especially when others are steering us in other directions. But it’s that wisdom that can lead them into a life of blessing.

Ephesians 6:1-4 // [outline]

Misplaced Courage

Misplaced Courage

Sometimes we lack confidence. Other times, we’re so confident we take on battles we were never designed to face. Discerning between the world’s battles and the Lord’s battles helps us to know when to dig in and when to walk away.

Judges 8:13-28 // [outline]

Courage to See God's Victory

Courage to See God's Victory

Dietrich Bonhoeffer said, “The only fight which is lost is that which we give up.” Too often we don’t have the courage to persevere because the task feels too big and our resources feel too small. But often God deliberately aims to make us feel overwhelmed in order that we would trust Him and see the victory that only He can bring.

Judges 7:9-25 // [outline]

Courage to Follow Where God Leads

Courage to Follow Where God Leads

Most of us have things we would like to accomplish but find ourselves held back by fear. But God is at work in our lives to move us to trust Him and follow where He leads. As we lay hold of His promises and trust in His victory, we find the courage to step out in confidence.

Judges 6:36-7:8 // [outline]

Courage to Face Your Demons

Courage to Face Your Demons

So often we pursue public victories, but they seldom come before we face our private battles. God’s grace gives us the courage to face our demons and deal with issues that would otherwise keep us from effectiveness.

Judges 6:25-32 // [outline]

Courage Comes from An Encounter With God

Courage Comes from An Encounter With God

When we experience a series of losses and things don’t seem to go our way, it’s easy for self-pity to take over. But an encounter with God can move us to hope and courage as we see what is possible with God’s strength working despite our weakness.

Judges 6:11-24 // [outline]