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Publisher's Summary

Find the courage to be who you are - not who you wish you were. Here's a not-so-hidden secret: We are all a little scared. Scared of the unknown, of making that call or saying that we're sorry, of being too much or not enough. But is that fear holding you back? How would you be different if you could finally let go?

The courage to change doesn't have to mean cliff diving out of your comfort zone. This courage is about being brave enough - for yourself, for God, and for your calling - right where you are. A brave-enough life is one lived fully and confidently, free from the weight of worry and the burden of trying too hard. In Brave Enough, popular author Nicole Unice challenges you to get real about the places where you feel too scared to change, too tired to endure, or too worried to move on. Through personal stories and biblical application, Nicole will lead you on a journey beyond worry and into the life God has planned for you - one that's beautiful, full, and free.

©2015 Tyndale House (P)2015 Oasis Audio

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It made me face some truths about myself that I needed to work on with humor and heart. I am going to be brave enough to keep working to be the person God made me to be. Thank you!

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insightful, encouraging, life altering

If nothing else, listen to chapter 10 and 11. It sums up the entire book.

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Going through difficult times?

This is the book to read. This book has helped me put things in perspective during the loss of loved ones and a struggling marriage.

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Very Cliche and White Female Centered

I couldn’t get past the first chapter, as all the references were very much centered around the life of a White Christian woman. I’d say the only refreshing non-white reference was from Maya Angelou, but other than that it is laden with the lifestyle of a white woman (stay at home moms who have 3 kids, school, House and church duties, husbands who travel, no actual life threatening struggles or coming from actual real world problems) as well as movie characters that are supposed to be relatable, (ie Zena the warrior princess and Catness from the Hunger Games). The deepest it gets is dealing with a disabled child or a sudden death of a loved one. But to be honest, I just could not relate AT ALL. I seriously TRIED. Im an open person, but the biased white female centered perspective was really getting to me. As a woman of color it was a bit disturbing how clearly subjective this book was written. Not sure if the author noticed it herself, as I wouldn’t expect her to at all, coming from an extremely sheltered background, but it is clearly directed towards a specific group of people. If this was her intention then this book is great and knows its target audience. However, if this book was meant to reach a broader audience, then I’d say it completely missed the mark. I do applaud her efforts though, she seems super sweet and I could tell from the narration, has a big heart.

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Thought provoking

Very good breakdown of the areas to consider. Lots of great examples an biblical references. We all need to know that being brave is based on knowing that we have support and grace.

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you are brave enough

if you hold close to Jesus this book reminds us that He is big enough so we can be brave enough for today.

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1st couple chapters are good. Then it gets to biblical. I am a catholic but this just wasnt for me

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This author covered it all A to Z!!lloved it!!

this book was carefully thought out and it encompasses what Brave really is!!Loved it want to Live it!!

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Splendid Encouragement!

I listened to it nearly non stop. God gave her the exact words I needed to hear. I would recommend this book to all women, regardless of where you are in your walk.