Item description for Conquering Intimidation (Hardbound) by Kate McVeigh...
Overview In this book you will learn how to overcome fear and intimidation and walk in the faith and confidence of God. What other people think and say about you doesn't have to hinder you. You can learn what God says about you and agree with Him. And when you do, you will see marvelous changes in your life!
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Reviews - What do customers think about Conquering Intimidation?
Good For All Ages Mar 18, 2007
Kate McVeigh's book is not only an autobiography of her triumph over terrifying fear and intimidation but also a great explanation of how you can overcome the same things in your own life. Her story is incredible and a true inspiration to others who may deal with the same thing.
Not only was the story of her life encouraging (voted "least likely to succeed" by her classmates) but the outcome of faith in God's Word when she used it in her own life will get you up off the couch and running at your giant.
I appreciated Kate's candidness and clear, down-to-earth explanations. It made it easy to read and something I could enjoy with my kids. I've read it twice and will probably read it again down the road.
J August, author
More than a Conqueror, Apr 11, 2006
This book was very enlightening. It wasn't filled with a lot of theoretical jargon. It's simplicity in reading gave me a sense that it was doable. She didn't offer quick fixes, but instead offered: 1) How she overcame intimidation 2)The tools she used to get there
Kate provided practical stories in her own life to share that everyone has something that hinders them. Her theor of name it and claim it are realistic. You can overcome it you believe you can. Nice, Job Kate.
Didn't Catch My Attention Jun 5, 2003
I found this book to be a glorified High school/College level Term Paper. Her ideas and concepts were not complete, and I was left feeling like I really didn't learn anything I didn't already know. Kate focused on the basic idea that: "We need to see ourselves as God sees us" (which is truly what we need to do, and some of us need to hear over and over again), however if you are looking for practical examples that focus on Conquering Intimidation, it won't catch your attention either. I wouldn't recommend buying this book, but go ahead and borrow it from a friend.