Outrageous Courage

What God Can Do with Raw Obedience and Radical Faith

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Contained in these pages is a story that will change your life.

Consider yourself warned.

Dear Reader,

This is the story of one of the most courageous, radically obedient people we know.

Tracy Evans, a physician assistant, has treated rebel guerillas while captive on an Asian island. She's sipped tea in a Mozambican hut while bullets whistled through the grass walls. She's cared for 900 HIV-positive orphans.

In these pages you will find not only gripping, unembellished true stories of Tracy's exploits around the globe, but the more amazing account of what God can do with--and through--one person's raw faith and obedience.

Tracy's life has had an unbelievable impact on us, our families and our friends. We pray that you, too, will be inspired to radical obedience, faith adventures and wild trust in God’s power and purpose for your life.

Put on your seatbelt and let the journey begin!

Love in Christ, Kris Vallotton Jason Vallotton


Endorsements

"This remarkable story will stir you on to greater depths of love and obedience."

HEIDI BAKER, Ph.D., founding director, Iris Global

"A faith-building book that contains more drama than a novel, except this one is true."

RANDY CLARK, founder and president, Global Awakening and the Apostolic Network of Global Awakening


The Authors

  1. Kris Vallotton

    Kris Vallotton

    Kris Vallotton (www.krisvallotton.com) is the senior associate leader at Bethel Church in Redding, California, where he has served with Bill Johnson for three decades. He has written eleven books, including the bestselling The Supernatural Ways of Royalty...

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  2. Jason Vallotton

    Jason Vallotton

    Jason Vallotton is the author of The Supernatural Power of Forgiveness and coauthor of Moral Revolution and Outrageous Courage with his dad, Kris Vallotton. A pastor at Bethel Church in Redding, California, he helps oversee the School of...

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