“Face It with Love: The Guide to Conquering Fear” is an authoritative guide to help readers identify the fear that holds them back, get in the room with fear and overcome it for good. It's not about moving the mountain, rather standing in front of the mountain until it moves. By doing so, readers experience an open pathway to fulfill their dreams.. Today, perhaps like no other time in modern history people are gripped, crippled and ridiculed by fear. Threats at home and abroad loom large. Self-help remedies like: eating healthier, working out, listening to ocean sounds and other stress reducing activities only postpone our appointment with fear. Fear is inevitable. All must face it! And there is only one antidote to fear and we need it in massive doses. That’s because fear stands in the way of everything we want. Fear stops us from experiencing fulfillment in life, relationships and realizing our highest aspirations and deepest desires. None of us are immune to fear. We experience it every day. Some people fear rejection. Some fear failure or success. Others fear sickness and disease. Still others fear pain. And others have had terrible tragedies that stop them from pursuing their dreams. Whatever the fear you have to face, “Face It with Love” can help you conquer it! “Face It With Love” does not minimize fear. Fear is real. It is powerful, and you absolutely cannot overcome it without facing it. Rather than promising ideal outcomes in every situation, “Face It with Love” encourages readers to accept the fact that the outcome of any situation is in God's hands. When we leave the outcome to God, we can fully show up and be present to address what is in our power to control. Whether it is fear of taking a test, a job interview, meeting new people, starting a business, or a medical diagnosis, “Face It with Love” encourages readers to receive God's love, grow bold and conquer fear. Kim uses a combination of the stories of notable people in scripture, her coaching clients, as well as her own life to convey the truth and power of God's love in annihilating fear. Readers are captured as Kim writes of the humanness of Moses and Esther and others in scripture that had to face fear in order to experience fulfillment in relationship and their God given purpose. However, it is Kim's vulnerability that draws and inspires readers to their own acts of bravery. It's rare a book comes along that is easy to read, relatable and prescriptive all at the same time. “Face It with Love” is one such book and well worth the read.