Reviews by Shirley Corder
On 4/4 Shirley Corder wrote: I enjoy reading self-improvement books so looked forward to reading this book by Mike Flynt. In his senior year at college, Flynt was expelled for fighting and never got to complete his football career. At the age of 59, he returned to that same college and played his final year of football. The Power-Based ... The Power-Based Life
On 12/6 Shirley Corder wrote: his book can best be summarized by the words on the back cover: "Delightful and insightful, Sheila Walsh shares life-learned trust that says, "I don't know where you're going today, Lord, but I'm going with you!" This book contains over 100 morning devotional readings. Each begins with the words, "Good ... Good Morning, Lord!
On 11/17 Shirley Corder wrote: This beautifully illustrated book is one of these children’s books which will also inspire and entertain the adult reader. The message revealed through this engaging tale is that every choice you make, whether good or bad, can make a difference. It illustrates the so-called “butterfly effect” in ... The Boy who Changed the World
On 9/9 Shirley Corder wrote: Who, or what, is the Goliath in your life? Is Jesus encouraging you to "stand up" where you could never stand before? How do you react to mistreatment and unfairness? Max Lucado uses David, the crippled man, Joseph and nineteen others to encourage you in this compilation of inspiring and thought-provoking ... Cast of Characters
On 6/16 Shirley Corder wrote: I am so glad I offered to review this book. It is one of the best I have read in many years. It's specifically for women in their "second half" of life. Dale quotes Carl Jung's statement, "We cannot live the afternoon of life according to the program of life's morning." This is what this book is all ... Book Review: Embracing Your Second Calling by Dale Hanson Bourke
On 5/5 Shirley Corder wrote: Patsy Clairmont describes a kaleidoscope as "a simple tube of mirrors filled with pebbles or beads". As we hold it up to the light and peer through the pinhole at the end, we see amazing colours and designs we didn't know existed. Patsy likens the book of Proverbs to a spiritual kaleidoscope. As we peer ... Kaleidoscope