Wild Courage

Experience Hope Through Stories of Redemption

Re-write, reclaim and renew every chapter of your life.

WILD COURAGE

Hope Comes From Hearing

Wild Courage is founded on the principle that hope comes from hearing and it takes courage to share. There is great hope that comes from hearing redemption stories. One of the most precious gifts we can offer the world, is our testimony of what God has done in us, and for us.

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Wild Courage Nights

Twice a month, we are calling men together to gather around a campfire and learn again how to be real and vulnerable with one another. This is NOT an accountability group. This night is about discovering the power of removing the veneer that most of us hide behind, and sharing real issues and challenges, and then inviting Jesus to touch those areas of our lives, as our brothers pray for and encourage us.

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Podcast

Nothing is off limits in our very real, and very raw conversations about life and the courageous pursuit of hope.

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We are looking for leaders for Wild Courage Nights! Men who are passionate about redemption and authentic relationships.

Events

You simply cannot replicate or manufacture what happens when we come together, in wild places, and with humble hearts.

WHAT THEY SAY

TESTIMONIALS

OUR STORIES

BLOGS

Matthew Tucker

Wild Courage is Launching!

Wild Courage is Launching! For over two years, the Wild Courage team has talked about the sense we each had that God was preparing us for “something”. We could never quite put our finger on it, but we knew we needed to pray and be ready when He showed us

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Mike Evenson

The Low Road

The Low Road As is often the case in life, one of the keys to successful relationships, feels incredibly counterintuitive. No one naturally assumes that the best way to live life is to consistently take the low road. Admittingly, I am not using the term the way most people understand

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Matthew Tucker

When They Leave The Nest

When They Leave The Nest No one prepared me for this. My eldest son, in just 21 days, four hours and about 15 minutes, is leaving for college. And I am a mess. My eldest son, Tim, has admittingly always been a “daddy’s boy”…and I have loved that about him.

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