Author challenges Christians to leave mediocrity behind and become bold and courageous

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“We have churches filled people who need a spiritual turn-around,” says Marsha Mansour, author of the new book, “The Courage to Live – Boldly Pursue Your Divine Destiny.” Her life has been a series of courageous steps. Marsha Mansour was born in Egypt and, after emigrating to the United States with her family at the age of three, she began a journey that led to her graduating from Bible college, becoming an ordained minister, author, and conference speaker.

The book, which is being called “engaging and insightful, with real life applications,” challenges readers to move beyond just breathing, and truly start living.

Marsha, who has led mission teams to Africa, India, and Mexico, has experienced first hand what can take place when a person opens their eyes to God’s purpose and aligns their life with the supernatural.

Says the author, “When God gives you a dream, He will also provide you with power, purpose, and protection.”

The book is centered on the theme that the God who told Joshua to “be strong and of good courage,” expects no less today.

Marsha addresses issues including how spiritual hunger is the secret to increase, steps to becoming Spirit reflected and Spirit empowered, and the keys to becoming alive, alert, and overflowing.

A graduate of Zion Bible Institute, she has been on the pastoral staff of Evangel Church, Scotch Plains, New Jersey, for over ten years and has served in a pastoral capacity for more than two decades.

“The Courage to Live – Boldly Pursue Your Divine Destiny” (ISBN: 978-1-939779-39-7) is published by LifeBridge Books.


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