Find Your Brave: Courage to Stand Strong When the Waves Crash In-By: Holly Wagner

Navigate Life’s Storms and Discover a Courage Like No Other

Have you ever found yourself in over your head, wondering how you would possibly get through with your faith and sanity intact?

It can happen any time. Life seems good and then—BOOM!—out of nowhere comes a storm that threatens to drown your hopes. Your storm might be a job loss, loneliness, a crumbling relationship, financial ruin, a serious illness, or the death of a loved one. Whatever it is, as the winds howl and the waves rage, you have a choice: will you cower in fear or will you rise to the challenge?

Cancer survivor Holly Wagner has endured her share of storms. In Find Your Brave she examines the dramatic shipwreck faced by the apostle Paul in Acts 27. There she uncovers profound truths that will guide you safely through life’s most difficult moments.

Through solid biblical teaching and relatable personal stories, Holly offers an uplifting, friendly voice in the midst of the gale-force winds and overpowering critical voices. She shows you how to anchor your trust in the God who remains faithful in every storm and in whose strength you can Find Your Brave.

#RefuseToSink

 
“So take courage! For I believe God. It will be just as He said.”
–Acts 27:25 (NLT)

The apostle Paul, held as a prisoner on a ship bound for Rome, encounters a fierce tempest on the Adriatic Sea. Chaos and calamity surround him as the crew frantically attempts to lighten the ship, undergird the vessel, and keep her afloat. Paul stands in their midst and makes a simple, yet course-altering statement: “Be of good cheer!”
 
In the middle of your storms,
are you able to declare the same?

In Find Your Brave GodChicks founder Holly Wagner combines insight found in Acts 27 with lessons learned from her very personal battles with cancer, betrayal, and turmoil to create the essential storm survival guide. Her words will encourage and empower you with practical tools to navigate life’s greatest storms, steady your heart against fear, and inspire you to rescue others as you make your way safely ashore.

My Review

The thing that caught my attention about this book was the title. I mean, is it really possible to find your brave? In my current life situations, brave is the furthest thing from me. I am in the midst of a hurricane. The winds are so strong that it seems impossible to stand on my feet. The rain is so heavy, and so fast, that I cannot see far in front of me. And the depth is creeping up. Surely threatening to overtake me. And I see no end in site. There are decisions that need to be made. These decisions will affect my family for years to come. At this point, I have no clue as to what the best decision will be. I know what I want. I know that the decision that I want will probably be the best for the family, but is that just my selfish mind talking? But I know things cannot continue down the path they are going now. So, as I read the title of this book I thought I may as well give it a try! After all, anything is better than constant feeling of hopelessness, lost, unloved. I am so glad I did! This book has been an excellent encouragement for me! The author has an excellent style of writing that will keep your attention, and you will have no problem keeping up. The only problem you will have, is putting it down!

The author shares some personal stories from the storms she has faced in life, as well as the passage from scripture, Acts 27, where Paul endured a storm and a shipwreck. Between the two, you will be so encouraged to find your brave, and face your toughest battles!

I highly recommend this book. You can purchase online or at your favorite book store! I rate this book a 5/5 stars!

Disclosure: I received this book free from the publisher through bloggingforbooks.com in exchange for an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are honest, and my own.

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