Fearless, dares us to "Imagine Your Life Without Fear!" He then takes us on a journey inside the lives of Jesus and his disciples. We feel like we are in the middle of the action, frustrated that the disciples don't trust Jesus after the miracles they've witnessed, yet identifying with them knowing we are just like them. Each chapter explains a specific fear common today. Topics include the fear of not mattering, the fear of not protecting my kids, and the fear of worst-case scenarios. Through Lucado's masterful writing, I was able to identify many fears that I deal with.
If I were to say anything negative about the book it is that reading fear after fear is quite depressing. But I guess the only natural conclusion to a life filled with fear is hopelessness? Having said that, Lucado gives multiple scriptures in each chapter to help us overcome our fears. And then the culmination of the book "The One Healthy Terror" (Chapter 14) addresses this perfectly. The way we avoid fear of life/death/money/health/people/calamity is by fearing our Lord, letting Him reign supreme.
I highly recommend this book, whether you are already Fearless or still hope to be! Click here to read Chapter One.