Courageous Love: A Bible Study on Holiness for Women

By Stacy Mitch
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Courageous Love: A Bible Study on Holiness for Women



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In the pursuit of holiness, women are called to exercise heroic charity in imitation of our Savior. Courageous Love instructs and inspires women of all walks of life to grow in this virtue.

Courageous Love: A Bible Study on Holiness for Women is a biblically rich and eminently practical study for women of all walks of life. Be encouraged as you accept the universal call to holiness and strive to grow in love through service, prayer, obedience, purity, and discipline. Women who use Courageous Love will identify with the author in their own struggles and hopes and find encouragement as they learn to live sacrificial love.

The format of Courageous Love makes it ideal for either personal use or as a group study suitable for women’s discussion groups.

About the Author

Stacy Mitch is the author of the successful Courageous Women bible study series.

About the Series

Intended for individual or group study, our Courageous series examines the teaching of Sacred Scripture on the feminine pursuit of holiness for women of all ages and walks of life. Each book includes a leader’s guide and study questions to help promote and direct discussion.

Customer Reviews

4.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
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    This is a great Bible study, and we love the title! We present it under the mantle of our local parish and open it to all women. We do go over the material before each session, and as a result we were often able to enhance our lessons with great learning aids members came into contact with as a result of other apostolates at our parish has such as our AFD. The only draw back is that there were times the phrasing of questions were not inclusive of all the life choices of the women present. I’m certain it was unintentional, but the questions were at times only addressed to married women as though that were the only option, so single or religious women may feel left out. Therefore, we addressed the issue prior to our meetings and rephrased questions, so they may ask a question in a multifaceted manner that included the path a particular women’s life may have led her – for example. The benefits of the study far surpassed any negatives, so we are comfortable endorsing this Bible study for and about women!