Thanks for taking a look at what Being Brave recommends. First off, I will never recommend products that I have not personally used and loved. I share them with you because I found immense value in them and I want to share with my readers.
“Growing your faith through everyday brave moments”
- Jonathan Park [Click HERE to check it out!]
Our family has listened to Jonathan Park for over a decade! Jonathan Park is an audio series for children that encompasses science, Biblical teaching, adventure, and BRAVERY. It’s perfect for car rides or afternoon “rest times”. My teens still reference what they learned years ago.
2. Fistbump Media Blogging Course [Click HERE to order your course.]
If you are a new blogger and need some help in getting your blog up and running, this course is extremely helpful. I completed this course and it was great to learn, step by step, what I need to do to attain #BLOGAWESOMENESS.
3. Mastectomy Kit [Click HERE to see the complete kit on Amazon.]
Mastectomy Kit: 15 Must Have Items for your mastectomy. I’ve had numerous surgeries and this is a compilation of ideas I’ve used over the years, starting with my mastectomy 14 years ago. I hope you find these items useful as you or your loved one goes through this trial. All your needs in one spot, to make life a little easier.
4. Books are my thing! I average reading around 40 books a year. Mostly, they are about spiritual growth, parenting, marriage, simple living, memoirs, and some fiction.
In order for this section not be cluttered, I will direct you to two specific posts I’ve written in the past about my yearly book reviews in addition to some stand alone recommendations below. You can find the 2015 book review HERE and the 2017 book review HERE.
“Doing Good is Simple” by Chris Marlow was an excellent read about how to do mission work well. Myself, a director of a non profit doing mission work in Haiti, I have to agree that we can all contribute in a meaningful way that will help and not harm.
“The New Jim Crow:Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness” by Michelle Alexander is a must read. As a white mom of a Black boy, this was an absolutely necessary book for me to read. To truly understand the injustices of our times, we need to dig deep and leave our biases at the door. The statistics are frightening, but empowering because with knowledge, we can change the world. Will you be a world changer with us?
“Breaking the Fear Cycle: How to Find Peace for your Anxious Heart” by Maria Furlough. I wholeheartedly recommend Breaking the Fear Cycle to anyone looking to overcoming their fears. Pick up your Bible, pick up this book and absorb all the gems that God is whispering to you. You can read my full review of her book HERE.
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