From Fear to Love is the honest and personal story of one woman's determination to face the past and find a way to change. This account is about racial reconciliation and the often painful process of recounting difficult events in order to learn from them and bring good from them. While this memoir is about bridging the divide between blacks and whites, it will resonate with any reader who struggles with apprehension about those who are not like them, or those who seem to dislike or even hate them simply because of their differences. If, like the old fables, this book had a place at the end of the story for a moral, it would be this: If you are willing to face the truth and take the risks you can move beyond the weight of the past, be healed, and be a blessing to others. Yvette Parsons is a wife, mother, daughter, Bible teacher and friend whose life journey has taken her to many places, and through many challenges. Today she and her husband Rick make their home in Charlotte, North Carolina, where they are active members at Forest Hill Church and Yvette is able to be a part of the ministry and programs of community outreach sponsored by A Better World.