Reviews by Denise Opper
On 12/18 Denise Opper wrote: In true Max Lucado form, Outlive Your Life reaches in, grabs hold of your heart, and inspires change from deep within. Although Lucado is famous for encouraging his readers to make positive changes in their own spiritual lives, Outlive Your Life asks readers to take the focus off themselves and redirects ... Grab-Your-Heart Inspirational
On 10/27 Denise Opper wrote: Small decisions. Huge, life-altering consequences. Taking his inspiration from the scientific phenomenon, popular motivational speaker and New York Times best-selling author, Andy Andrews explains how even our smallest decisions have a tremendous impact on the world around us. As readers are escorted ... Book Review: The Butterfly Effect
On 5/3 Denise Opper wrote: Initially, I wasn’t too sure what to expect from this book. While I felt very drawn by the title alone, I knew I didn’t want to read yet another unhelpful, “Just Pray Hard Enough/Believe Deeply Enough and Everything Will Turn Out Great” type of book. I’ve read those in spades and they only ... Plan B -- Real Hope, Answers--At Last!
On 4/1 Denise Opper wrote: In “Antonio Meets his Match”, the latest installment in Max Lucado’s “Hermie” series, Antonio a brave little ant, gets some new neighbors. These new ants are so different from Antonio and his friends. Not only are the “different”, but they’re also annoying and rude to the others. But ... Review: Hermie-Antonio Meets His Match
On 11/22 Denise Opper wrote: In "Knockout Entrepreneur", George Foreman shares the Scriptural principles he's maintained throughout his life and career to achieve his goals. The tone of the book is relaxed and casual, making you feel as though you're listening to a wise friend or family member. Chapter titles such as "Listen To ... Review: Knockout Entrepreneur
On 10/5 Denise Opper wrote: Through examples of both successful and unsuccessful working women, Buckingham offers suggestions how properly "imbalance" our lives, take control over our careers, eliminate those activities which deplete us, and fill our days with activities which give us strength. While I agree with the author that ... Review: Find Your Strongest Life