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Book Review: Courageous by Randy Alcorn


Book Review: Courageous by Randy Alcorn

This book is about a group of men, mostly cops, who are struggling with family dynamics. A main premise of the book is that society is failing because fathers are not raising their children with integrity, if at all. Most of the men have children and wives. Most of the men are Christians. One father goes through a crisis and decides to make a real change in his faithfulness to God and his service to his family. The result is a wonderful resolution to be better Christian, a faithful and loving husband and a hands on father who takes responsibility for their commitments to each other. The other men in the group begin to make the same choice with their families. It reminds me of a similar movement that took place in the 1980’s, Promise Keepers, that was meant to get men interested and involved in their families again.



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