Girls of Courage Who Became Women of Influence


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According to Merriam-Webster, to have courage is to have mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty. The women highlighted in this volume exemplified great courage, often in a less-than-supportive environment. Their life work in science, medicine, the arts, education, research, evangelism, and government drastically improved the lives of people in their day and for generations to come. 


May this book inspire us to use our God-given interests, gifts, and talents in a greater way to serve humanity and to glorify our great God. May we see obstacles as opportunities to courageously persevere and lead lives of purpose and great influence.


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3 reviews for Girls of Courage Who Became Women of Influence

  1. anonymous (verified owner)

    Excellent! This is such a great little book! I purchased it to read with my girls and we really enjoyed it! It’s just short biographies of women we’ve heard about who became known, but rather than focus just on their achievement, the focus was on how they had courage to press on in the face of difficulty to achieve their dream. I’m inspired by each of these women and I hope my daughters are as well. It’s not all rose beds and butterflies, it takes courage and perseverance to achieve great things, but God will bless your efforts as you trust in Him. I think that’s a good way to sum it all up. Highly recommended.

  2. anonymous (verified owner)

    Girls of Courage Very good. More elementary than I expected but just a summary of each woman’s life.

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