Live Fearless by Sadie Robertson

Live Fearless

Sadie Robertson, bestselling author and star of Dancing with the Stars, has an important message for her generation: you don't have to be held back by fear, anxiety, or loneliness anymore. In Live Fearless, Sadie takes you on a thrilling personal journey toward power, passion, and purpose as you live at the center of who God created you to be!Dear friends,I don't know about you, but I'm pretty tired of the struggle. You know which one I mean--fea...

Details Live Fearless

TitleLive Fearless
Release DateFeb 6th, 2018
PublisherThomas Nelson
GenreChristian, Nonfiction

Reviews Live Fearless

  • Alyssa
    This is such a wonderful book. I am a 26 year old woman and I have been struggling with fear, anxiety, and depression for quite a while. I picked up this book without a whole lot of belief that it would help much. I mean, what help could this young woman be to me. Turns out, a lot! I have followed Duck Dynasty and read the books by the other members of this wonderful family but I didn’t think I would learn so much from someone quite a bit young...
  • Sarah
    (Note: Edited Aug. 11th , 2017)I have struggled off and on with anxiety for the last three years—and I’m not talking about the little worry spells that everyone faces from time to time. This is the gut-wrenching fear that pops up out of nowhere—for literally no reason at all—that I’m addressing. Maybe you’ve experienced the same situation, or maybe you’re going through it now. Whatever your situation is, all I ask of you is that you...
  • Lizard :)
    Amazing. In. Every. Way. Highly recommend!
  • Michaela Bush
    I erronously pre-ordered this book expecting something that would tell me how to pursue a career including my God-given talents. I got something that is much more than that, and uncovered things I didn't even think about. Fear is something that is incredibly popular in today's society, to the point that maybe we're assimilating it into everyday life. But for me? No sir. No thanks. Nope...which is why I read the book, re-read it to take notes, and...
  • Amy Langmaack
    Despite the fact that it's definitely not my word for the year, fear seems to be taking a front row seat in my reading. Not only have I read a few books combating fear this year, the high school retreat we had a few months ago focused on Joshua and how he faced his fears as well.  Combating fear is never an easy task, but in her new book Live Fearless, Sadie Robertson reminds us that it is possible.I've been a Roberston family fan since the ear...
  • Eva
    Wow. I didn't go into this book with many expectations, but I LOVED it. It's written beautifully, movingly, and even wittily. I haven't watched much Duck Dynasty, so I don't 'know' Sadie Robertson like a lot of Americans do, but after reading this book I'd love to meet her! There's such good, Biblical advice in this book about how to live fearlessly in a frightening world. Highly inspiring and highly recommended.I received a free copy of this boo...
  • Alyssa
    I read this book at the right time in my life. Sadie is so inspirational. I encourage all girls to read this book at least one way in their life. It really is a life changing book.
  • Kyle Robertson
    I originally wanted to read this book to see if it would be beneficial for my daughters to read once they enter their teen years. However, the more I read, the more I began to enjoy it and the message that Sadie pours out in it. Let me preface this review by saying I never really watched Duck Dynasty. I've only seen two episodes. Plus I do not watch Dancing With the Stars. I read this book as a Christian father with two young daughters that are g...
  • Sarah Kho
    I loved this book. It was such an inspiring good read. I was recommended of this book from my church friends/teachers at my Church. The author explains her struggles that she dealt with as a teen and she writes in the book of how God helped her pull through and overcome them. In the novel, Sadie writes, “Anybody can quit. Only a real champion and a person of character and strength can keep going and refuse to give up.” This quote stood out to...
  • Georgia
    I though that this book was just absolutely amazing the things that are talked about in here are very relatable for a teenage girl. Sadie also pointed out some things that I never would have thought about. The stories made sense with what she was talking about and the verses matched up to the content. I love how at the end you realize that everything she talks about leads up to you learning to be free from fear and giving up those fears to God. T...
  • Shelby
    I listened to this on audiobook, and I enjoyed it so much! The message this novel gives, the encouragement and stories, is so powerful. It’s a must-read for any teenager. It’s relatable, relevant, and remarkable.
  • Isha
    I'm not a Duck Dynasty or Sadie Robertson fan, but the title of this book intrigued me. Sadie talks about her struggle with fear and how she's had to fight her fears her entire life. She even touches on how she didn't want to do Dancing With the Stars at first because of it. Her messages about fear really resonated with me and would be great for a younger audience to hear.This book is heavily Christianity based. Every chapter ties back to the rel...
  • Reagan Soper
    this book was soooo good!! I felt like God really touched me through the words of this book. the little lessons and teaching I learned for this book will be remembered and applied :)
  • Katie
    A wonderful inspirational read for people of any age even though the author aims it towards high school and college kids.
  • Isabella
    Highly recommended for anyone struggling with fear and anexity!
  • Sarah Neumann
    I highly recommend this book! We all deal with fear in one way or another. Do yourself a favor and READ THIS!!!!
  • Lauren
  • Leo
    Rant review to come :)
  • Callie
    Live Fearless by Sadie Robertson…where do I even start? This book swept me off my feet. I know it takes a lot of courage to be vulnerable, and this book was full of vulnerability from Sadie about times she was afraid and how she overcame fear.I loved everything about this book! I was afraid it was going to be a nice concept without much practical application, but Sadie made it personal and relatable and it really hit close to home for me. I rea...
  • BookOfCinz
    It is hard to live fearless in a world that makes you feel so fearful. What is even harder is to be fearless and put your trust in God and live by faith. Fear is False Evidence Appearing Real- we all KNOW this but we don't KNOW KNOW. I appreciated this book, it is a timely reminder to cast ALL our fears on God and trust in him. Living in fear means you are not achieving your full purpose in life. I loved how the book had different prompts that ca...
  • Taffy
    Opening line:"After years of wrestling with being afraid of various things for various reasos, I can now say that I live a fearless life."Whether you're religious or not, this is a great book on learning to overcome, or conquering, fear, or what to do to center yourself in your life. Sadie uses her personal stories to drive home the points she's trying to make. With scripture and personal testimony sprinkled throughout each chapter, plus exercise...
  • Jennifer
    I think everyone, religious or not, should read this book and at least take some of the lessons into your life. There is good advice in its pages. As I read the book, I constantly thought about some of the stories and messages. They stay with you even after you finish reading. The only thing that really threw me, was the different versions of the Bible used. I only use one version, so it felt odd reading verses with wording I didn't recognize. It...
  • Ashton Reed
    Hello, lovelies! Let me tell you, this book is impactful. One thing I found interesting from the get-go was that you can take what Sadie has experienced and use it in your own situations. For example, Sadie tells readers about how she gets over fear of public speaking; she has to actually get up there and conquer her fear herself before God blesses her with the peace she asked for. But the cool thing is, that won’t always be the case - it depen...
  • Sandy
    I really enjoyed Duck Dynasty when the show came on. While my family isn't big into hunting, I liked how their family dynamic and culture wasn't too far off from what I'm familiar with. I grew up in the country. We had one caution light (not even a full red light) in my home town. So I related to their country living lifestyle. Also being a Christian it was so refreshing to see a family with similar morals and beliefs who weren't afraid to speak ...
  • Lindsey Gandhi
    Sadie Robertson may only be 20 years old, but she is already much wiser beyond her years. Think of how many child actors have grown up to be lost in the drug and party scene of Hollywood. Too many to count. While much of her life was shown in front of the camera on Duck Dynasty, she has stayed true to herself, her faith and her family. She has provided a great example for the younger generation that you can be a Christian and be cool, that you ca...
  • Jenifer Metzger
    Fear. It has been at my side for many years of my life. Sometimes it's my silent companion. Sometimes it screams so loud I can't hear myself think. I want to be fearless, yet fear followed me everywhere I went. I would pray and beg God to give me a sense of peace. The peace didn't always come instantly. In her new book Live Fearless, Sadie Robertson says, "If you're waiting for a sense of peace to come so you can deal with your fear, you could be...
  • Devri
    Currently, my walk in life is not as Godly as I wish it to be. At one point I was turning to God and felt like I was following his path. However, somewhere along the way, I allowed the fear that Sadie discusses throughout this book to encompass me. I am scared of what is to come in life. I am scared to see myself grow and what tomorrow will bring but the way this book is written allows you as a reader to not only reignite or even ignite your walk...
  • Liz Gordon
    One of the absolute BEST books I have read in years. I knew the book was recommended best for “young adults”, but at the age of 28 I found this book fitting PERFECTLY in my life. It was just what I needed. I am taking SO MUCH away from it. Words almost can’t do it justice. I had no intention on going to the store to pick this book out, however, I am so happy that little voice in my heart told me I needed to read it. (God knew). Sadie did a ...
  • Ashley
    I originally wanted to read this book after I heard Sadie Roberson speaking to college kids my age a year or so back. If you've heard her speak you will hear repeats of some of the things she speaks about in this book. I wish I could give this book 4.5 stars but I think it was better than I originally expected so I gave it 5. I listened to this on audible but I think I may have enjoyed it more if I had the book as there were sections for various ...