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Real Courage of Contemporaries

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How do you overcome fear? Fear is the opposite of faith. Fear immobilizes us. Internationally known Tony Perkins, President of The Family Research Council, author of No Fear -Real Stories of a Courageous New Generation Standing for Truth, tells of courageous young people such as Moriah Peters, a star singer on American Idol, who was shunned because she said she wouldn't kiss anyone until she got married. Or UCLA student and prolife activist Lila Rose, who videotaped abortionists at Planned Parenthood. Fear is human, but God is supernatural. God wants us to be courageous, as we trust Him. NO FEAR!
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