Heroes Audio Download

Two Characteristics All Heroes Have in Common

by Andy Stanley

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      Everyone dreams of being a hero—to act courageously and decisively in the most difficult of situations. While it may seem unrealistic and far-fetched to think you could ever be a hero, the truth is that you will face defining moments throughout your life when opportunities to act heroically arrive at your doorstep. How will you respond?

      In this 4-part series, Andy Stanley studies the examples of biblical figures and modern-day heroes and explains the two characteristics all heroes have in common. DOWNLOAD ONLY

      Part 1 - X-Ray Vision (Andy Stanley)

      We're all drawn to heroes. We admire their decisiveness and their ability to think clearly in the face of adversity. In our own lives, we will experience defining moments when we're called upon to act heroically. Our responses to those circumstances will script the stories we will tell. The question is, What does it take to be a hero? Proverbs 11:3

      Part 2 - Expect the Unexpected (Andy Stanley)

      In a culture that resists the notion of absolutes, clarity is sometimes hard to find. But a hero is one who fights through this moral fog to provide sure answers and decisive actions. In this message, Andy Stanley examines Jesus' story of the Good Samaritan, who saw a clear need and responded. By doing so, he illustrated the noble characteristics of a hero. Luke 10:25-37

      Part 3 - An American Hero (Andy Stanley)

      A hero must sometimes make the complex decision between the harder right and the easier wrong. In his own life, Captain Chris Plekenpol faced this difficult reality every day on the battlefield in Iraq. In this part, Andy interviews this real-life hero, and Captain Plekenpol discusses how his faith helped bring decisiveness and clarity in the midst of the most unimaginable situations. 1 Peter 3:15, Luke 15:11-32

      Part 4 - Perfect Opportunity (Andy Stanley)

      Sometimes we clearly see a wrong that needs to be addressed. But in our urgency to act, we let emotions, passions, and circumstances cloud our judgment. So instead of saving the day, we only make the situation worse. A hero isn't simply somebody who does the right thing; a hero does the right thing, the right way, at the right time. 1 Samuel 21