“It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to our enemies, but just as much to stand up to our friends.”
Moral Courage Channel
Moral Courage TV tells the stories of people who are standing up when others want them to sit down. Whether they are confronting a bully, challenging their culture, or simply seeking truth, the agents of moral courage refuse to fail.
Facing adversity is a fact of life. In a podcast hosted by Ryan Manion, leaders from various professions and walks of life discuss how their struggles have shaped them and how they respond to trials moving forward.
Inspiring stories of Americans who come together despite their differences and find common ground in unexpected ways.
The latest books and films on courage, character, common ground, restoring our communities, and overcoming partisan divides.
Being willing to listen
Being willing to learn
Courage takes many forms. Sometimes it means going it alone; other times it means ask for help. Sometimes it means speaking up; other times it means listening. Sometimes it means having the "courage of one's convictions;" other times it means re-examining one's convictions.
Courage is about doing things differently. Differently than our peers. Differently than our usual way. Sometimes courage is even about trying things differently than what we think is right - because we're willing to admit we don't have all the answers, we're willing to admit we might be wrong.
Yet whatever its form, one thing about courage is nearly always true - we know it when we see it!
What does courage mean to you? Let us know here.
Being a team player
Trying new things
Speaking the truth
Doing what's right, not just convenient
Taking time to reflect
Being willing to change one's mind