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Brave Enough {Review}

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I recently finished Brave Enough by Nicole Unice, and I found this book to be remarkably encouraging, delightfully funny, and highly engaging. Directed towards women, it addresses the areas women tend to live in fear, showing how to cast aside fear and take hold of the bravery God created us to embrace.

And honestly? Unice doesn’t argue that every woman lives a crazy brave life, constantly running outside comfort zones to live boldly and unexpectedly. Instead, she shows how women can be brave enough, and how those small moments of brave enough have an enormous impact on those around us. Those brave enough moments have a habit of rippling out more than we could possibly imagine, and Unice illustrates that beautifully in this book. God can do great things with a brave enough decision.

From spiritual gifts to marriage to limits and everything in between, Unice addresses key areas that women must stand up and claim bravery more often. Beyond that, she shows what claiming bravery and living a bold and free life could look like. And through it all, she offers grace and encouragement, knowing that brave enough is a journey.

I would highly, highly recommend this book to any woman who doesn’t feel brave enough. I challenge you to read this, because you’ll find that you make brave decisions every day, and you are indeed brave enough to make a big impact in this life. In fact, you’re already making a big impact. This book will give you the encouragement and freedom to continue making brave decisions. But Unice will also show you the areas you could be a little more brave. Because while brave is scary, it’s always worth it. Unice shows that time and time again in this brilliant book.


 

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher, Tyndale, in exchange for my honest review. This post may contain affiliate links.

 

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