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Jacolbe Barefield’s Book on Christian Fearlessness Will Be Displayed at the L.A. Times Festival of Books 2023

Jacolbe Barefield does not believe Christianity is a faith that promotes living in fear. For just as Peter was called to walk on water, Barefield believes that God intends everyone to live despite the fear that surrounds them and creeps into their minds. His motivational book, “Walk on Water,” is now set to bring its message to attendees of the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books 2023.

San Diego, CA – WEBWIRE

“You won’t be able to read this book and settle for a place of mediocrity or unfulfilled obedience.” – R.C. Blakes, Jr."

Plenty of motivational self-help books teach readers the many ways to conquer personal fears and limiting beliefs. The L.A. Times Festival of Books 2023, which will be held at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, on April 22-23,2023, will certainly be exhibiting another wave of them.

However, Christian author Jacolbe Barefield believes that such messages have always been an integral part of the faith and has published his book “Walk on Water,” which explains why. The book will also be exhibited during the festival.

“Walk on Water” talks about the uncanny phenomenon of fear thriving and gripping the lives of his fellow Christians. He sees it in everything, from their daily lives to the music that they often listen to. The atmosphere of doubt, self-defeat, and mediocrity is just a stark contrast to God’s call of stepping into His marvelous light.

Barefield believes that letting Jesus take the wheel should be a journey of fearlessness rather than a regular commute to Fear Boulevard. Each chapter of the book describes how this ungodly fear permeates life and makes one its victim yet there is always the choice to have faith (and how that faith ultimately frees people).

And throughout, he further backs up his encouragement with scripture and theological expertise. In fact, he shares how his message to break from fear was from the many times he would attempt to make excuses only to have his knowledge of Scripture and of his faith challenge his own doubts.

And now, Jacolbe Barefield hopes that his book “Walk on Water” will inspire readers at the 2023 L.A. Times Festival of Books. The book will be displayed at the ReadersMagnet exhibit at booth #225. Get a copy on Barnes & Noble and Amazon.

“Walk on Water”
Author | Jacolbe Barefield
Published date | November 22, 2019
Publisher | Primedia eLaunch LLC
Genre | Christian

Author Bio

Jacolbe Barefield is a vibrant, innovative example of an individual walking in their greatness. Born in Houston, TX, Jacolbe is a proud graduate of Texas Southern University, where he studied Biology and Chemistry. In further pursuit of this greatness, Jacolbe attended Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary where he began his graduate studies in Theology. As an inspirational member in the community, Jacolbe is known for his genuine compassion and positive approach to life. Serving as a mentor, advisor and confidant for many, Jacolbe is a pillar in the organizations he serves in and again in his community. Being called in ministry as a young man, Jacolbe heard the voice of God and his call to become an author. As a leader, he strives to maximize his greatness and share the gifts he has been blessed with. His purpose is to positively impact everyone he encounters, through his writing and his life.

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