Review: Fearless by Max Lucado

Written by Scott

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I jumped at the chance to review Fearless by Max Lucado when the offer came from Thomas Nelson. I’ve always enjoyed Lucado’s writing style and the distinctive lack of fluff that seems to be the current trend among so many current writers.

And I was not disappointed. Fearless tackles the issue that faces us all: fear. The media makes money off fear; politicians gain power from fear…but we do not need to live our lives in fear. Each chapter speaks to a specific fear that we all have faced, or are facing, and is filled with stories, anecdotes, illustrations, and the message is brought home through Scripture.

The book is a great reminder of God’s sovereignty and love for us, reminding us that despite the dire predictions broadcast by the media about wars, the economy, our jobs, our families…we can choose faith over fear. Pick up a copy today! In the meantime, the website for Fearless has the first chapter available for download, as well as additional resources.

2 Comments For This Post I'd Love to Hear Yours!

  1. I love Max Lucado. His style is very easy to read and his message is always grounded in God.

  2. My mom has recommended this book to me — I guess if you give it a thumbs up also, I need to read it! 🙂