Our library is a great resource for all types of Christian education and offers a full array of books and movies.
As children we may have said something like, “My dad is braver than . . . “ So, what is bravery? Webster defines “bravery” as “the quality or state of having or showing mental or moral strength to face danger, fear, or difficulty.” I don’t know how brave our dad’s were, but the men in these featured movies (dad’s or not) showed mental and/or moral strength when faced with danger, fear, or difficulty.
Check out one of these movies from our library and see how brave these men were! Maybe you will learn that you, too, are brave.
Biblical heroes are featured in The Book of Daniel, The Story of the Twelve Apostles, and Paul: Apostle of Christ. Missionary heroes show extraordinary faith and courage in C. H. Spurgeon: The People’s Preacher, Robber of the Cruel Streets: The Prayerful Life of George Muller, and The Cross and the Switchblade. Heroes sometimes become prisoners, like Louis Zamperini captured by the Japanese in World War II (Captured by Grace), and Richard Wurmbrand imprisoned by the Communist government of Romania (Tortured for Christ). Martin Luther and God’s Not Dead tell the stories of a real hero and
an imaginary one who stood for The Truth! Some modern heroes, and no doubt some in the past, have triumphed over great physical difficulties. Life Without Limbs tells how Nick Vujicic succeeded despite difficulties that would have led others to despair. These godly men set an example for all of us as we face our own “danger, fear, or difficulty.”
Honor your father and grandfather this month.
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