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"Courage" is a song recorded by Canadian singer Celine Dion for her twelfth English-language studio album, Courage (2019). It was written by Stephan Moccio, Erik Alcock and Liz Rodrigues, and produced by Moccio. "Courage" was released as a digital download on 18 September 2019. On the same day, Dion embarked on her Courage World Tour, where she performed the song. "Courage" entered sales charts in Canada and France, and received positive reviews from music critics. The black and white music video premiered on 13 November 2019. In March 2020, the song was sent to radio in Quebec.




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"Courage" was written by Stephan Moccio, Erik Alcock and Liz Rodrigues. It was produced by Moccio.[1] Together with the songs "Imperfections" and "Lying Down", it was released as a digital download on 18 September 2019, the day Dion started her Courage World Tour, promoting her album Courage.[2] "Courage" is an emotional piano ballad, dealing with the loss of a loved one.[3][4] Previously, Moccio co-wrote for Dion her 2002 single, "A New Day Has Come".[5]


After being released as a digital download on 18 September 2019, "Courage" debuted on several sales charts and reached number two in Quebec[6] and number 20 in Canada.[7] In March 2021, it was serviced to contemporary hit radio formats in Quebec, where it peaked at number three.[8]


Intended for use after viewing the film, this study guide provides catalysts for biblically-based discussion of various themes found in COURAGEOUS Legacy. The guide features three themes from the movie and is structured in such a way that groups can choose to discuss the entire guide at once or can focus on one or two themes at a time.


This powerful, video-based study provides a family-centered Bible study experience directed toward men and fathers, but also works as a couples' study. This 8-week study, utilizing COURAGEOUS movie clips, help groups create community, explore and apply God's Word, and strive to have Godly families.


In COURAGEOUS, we see the men gather regularly outside of work to better understand God's calling on their lives. The Courageous Living Bible Study is a dynamic 4-week study that helps lead men toward living more courageously in four key areas: responsibility, priorities, legacy, and faith.


The Courageous Soundtrack is available at your favorite Christian store and wherever you buy or download music. Enjoy some of your favorite bands while reliving the heart of the movie.


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Face fear, danger or adversity (physical or moral). Personal courage has long been associated with our Army. With physical courage, it is a matter of enduring physical duress and at times risking personal safety. Facing moral fear or adversity may be a long, slow process of continuing forward on the right path, especially if taking those actions is not popular with others. You can build your personal courage by daily standing up for and acting upon the things that you know are honorable.


This film's relatively low IMDb rating of 6.6 as I write this baffles me. I thought it was a compelling story centering on parallel narratives involving Colonel Nat Serling (Denzel Washington), himself conflicted over a friendly fire incident in which his best friend was killed, while investigating the merit of awarding the country's first Medal of Honor to a woman who died in combat. Meg Ryan portrays female Captain Karen Walden in the story, and I do have to say that her presence in a dramatic role seemed almost distracting considering the many romantic comedies she's appeared in. However she does comport herself well in the battle scenes that eventually lead to her character's death.I've read some of the other user reviews making comparisons to "Roshomon", and although there are similarities, I would point out that in the Kurosawa film, there really is no resolution to the validity of any of the four characters telling their side of a story regarding the murder of a samurai and the rape of his wife. It's really left to the imagination of the viewer regarding who's story one believes is true, if any of them. In this one, it's left fairly certain that medic Ilario's (Matt Damon) final accounting to Colonel Serling is the definitive version that confirms Captain Walden's valor in the heat of battle. The one thing that isn't confirmed is the exact manner in which she died because it occurred after all of the soldiers under her command were evacuated from the scene of the battle at Al Kufan. What the movie brilliantly conveys is the personal conflict undergone by Serling in his personal and professional life and how his search for the truth becomes a quest that almost tears him and his family apart. Turning to booze as many in his shoes undoubtedly would, I didn't get the sense that he ever really crossed the line into alcoholism as many viewers suggest, though his reliance on alcohol seemed to imply he became a plateau drinker with just the right amount of resolve to keep himself under control. He obviously walked a very fine line attempting to balance the duty he felt to uncover the truth of his investigation while maintaining a devotion to his wife and family. In another picture, his marriage might not have withstood the consequences of his loyalty to the military.


Lt Col Serling (Denzel Washington) leads a squad of tanks in the first Gulf War. He accidentally destroys one of his own tanks in a friendly fire incident. Washington Post reporter Tony Gartner (Scott Glenn) is after the story. Serling is relegated to a desk job. He's assigned to determine if medical helicopter pilot Cpt Karen Emma Walden (Meg Ryan) should be the first woman to receive a Medal of Honor for combat. The White House is very eager. However, there is more than one version of the incident which resulted in her death.I love several things about this movie. Denzel is perfect as always. He needs to hold the center while having a compelling emotional story. Meg Ryan does the hardest acting of her career by bringing different versions of her character to life. Lou Diamond Phillips is great. Matt Damon is unrecognizable. It also has the Rashômon style of storytelling. I love that method. It feels more compelling than the straight forward way. It also feels more real with differing point of views.


Honor Begins at Home: The Courageous Bible Study guides the participant through this compelling Bible study based on the movie Courageous. This 8-session study will take individuals and small groups deeper into biblical truths for a godly family, exploring topics such as redeeming your history, walking with integrity, winning and blessing the hearts of your children, and more. Every session involves watching a clip from the movie to help group members engage in discussion. And daily readings from The Resolution for Men and The Resolution for Women will help you connect with God and His best plan for your family.


SYNOPSISWhen a tragedy strikes close to home, four police officers struggle with their faith and their roles as husbands and fathers. Together they make a decision that will change all of their lives.Now you can download, watch and enjoy Courageous Legacy (2011) full movie mp4, mkv, blueray in HD now!


In The Legend of Baggar Vance, we see the effects of being "offour game" or "having lost our swing". In this movie, we are remindedabout how important it is that we are "on our game" and that "wefind and maintain our swing" so that we can perform to our life's purpose.In teamwork, knowing what we are about and maintaining our purpose through goalssetting and measurement techniques to assure that we are "on our game"are critical to effective outcomes. At the very end of the movie, Baggar Vance,coach to a world-class golfer, reminds the golfer that you never win at golf;the game can, and will, always beat you if you seek to win. But, you can playthe game to the best of your ability. This is a truism for good teamwork, aswell as an excellent motto for just plain living the good life.


In the movie Vertical Limit, a team of world-class mountain climbersstrive to conquer K2 as well as themselves. The movie demonstrates the best ofteamwork, but at its best, it illustrates the importance of courage andleadership in the face of adversity. In the movie, a climbing team findthemselves on K2 with their climb interrupted by dangerously poor conditions.The lead climber, the one who takes responsibility for the safety of the entireteam, allows himself to be bullied into continuing the climb when he knows heshould return to base camp. Soon the team finds itself in a life and deathsituation. The team member who bullied the team leader into going on, statesthat the world will remember him for the mistake he made in letting the teammove on up the mountain when the team should have returned to base camp.


This movie is a stark reminder of the mantle of leadership and the need of ateam leader to make hard decisions when the team is moving into unsound andunsafe territory. Being unpopular is sometimes a necessity for the long-termachievement of the team.


Another movie which demonstrates effective leadership is Gladiator. Inthe early phases of this movie, Marcus Areulius, Caesar of Rome, and Maximus,his most courageous and successful general, demonstrate team leadership skillsof vision, mission, courage, and virtue, to name a few. Team leadership requireswisdom to effectively guide the team, courage to stay the course, and ofnecessity, staying with the team when the going gets rough. Early scenes of themovie show Maximus leading his troops into battle, shouting "stay with me!"as he moves into battle. 350c69d7ab


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