• Home
  • -
  • Courageous World Changers: 50 True Stories of Daring Women of God

Courageous World Changers: 50 True Stories of Daring Women of God

1 Review
SKU: C03939B
UPC CODE: 9780736977340
$19.99
List Price : $24.99
You Save : $5.00 (20.01%)

This item is IN STOCK

Women of Fearless Faith

Meet women who have used their God-given talents to live out their faith to the fullest. They come from a variety of backgrounds, eras, and ethnicities, but each one has answered the Lord’s call on their life in bold and innovative ways.

Children of all ages will be inspired by the stories of
  •     Corrie ten Boom—activist, author, and Holocaust survivor
  •     Laurie Hernandez—gymnast who won both gold and silver medals in her sport
  •     Florence Nightingale—health care reformer
  •     Madeline L’Engle—author of children’s literature
  •     Katherine Johnson—trailblazing NASA mathematician
These and the 45 other female spiritual role models featured in this book have made a profound impact on the world around them, and in many cases changed the course of history. Strong, smart, and sometimes outspoken, these women are tremendous examples of God’s love in action.

These inspiring profiles will captivate kids’ imaginations and encourage them to discover their own gifts and how they can use them to glorify God.

112 pages
  • ISBN9780736977340
  • ITEM CODEC03939B
  • PUBLISHERHarvest House Publishers
  • FORMATHardcover
  • AUDIENCEAges 8 & Up

Ratings and Reviews

1 Review

  • 5 stars
  • 0 reviews
  • 3 stars
  • 0 reviews
  • 2 stars
  • 0 reviews
  • 1 star
  • 0 reviews

Highly recommended, for ages 10 and up

Trisha| 2020-09-27 17:17

My daughters, ages 7 and 9, love this book! They are interested in the stories of these remarkable women of God. My only negative about the book is that it could have been written to a younger audience. A lot of the writing could have been said in a more simple way for kids to understand. Most of the content is very serious, sometimes awful experiences that these women endured. It could have been written a little more kid friendly.