The impact of my book, (The 18 Year Factor – How our upbringing affects our lives and relationships), has been encouraging!
After speaking to the staff, counselors, and social workers at one organization, the feedback was encouraging and humbling.
Check out the responses
- “I would definitely appreciate if we did some kind of full day study with Steve Cornell on the 18 Year Factor!”
- “I am interested in a book. … it is always good to reflect on these topics in relation to our clients, but also for ourselves to be more aware of how we may look at or approach different situations.”
- I would be interested in the book and if there are any workshops I would participate. Thank you!
- “I would be interested in doing a small group book study.”
- “I would like a book and would be happy to pay. I think it could be great self-care.”
- “I very much enjoyed Steve Cornell’s discussion and would be interested in having him come back. I would like a copy of the book.”.
- “I would love for him to come back and speak! Being totally honest, he by far has been one of the best speakers we’ve had in a long time. I think he can not only help us as employees in our personal lives but to also get a better understanding of how our clients upbringing plays a part in their lives now.”
- “I could have listened to Steve Cornell all day.”
- “Thank you for bringing him in! I found it very intriguing and relatable to everyone/humans. I want a book! Please.
- “He was the most interesting speaker we’ve ever had here!!!! I do want the book.”
- These are the kinds of responses we’ve consistently heard after presentations of the 18 Year Factor!
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- Do you tend to think of the book of Jonah as a story about a man and a great fish?
- If you do, let me challenge you to see it differently.
This book offers four deeply insightful chapters on the ways of God with a wayward servant.
I am honored to be able to make these messages available for you.
I am privileged to have a large number of leaders who frequent Wisdomforlife. If you are one of them, I especially encourage you to invest some time listening to these messages. Perhaps it will inspire you to teach through the book.
Jonah’s decision to reject God’s call to warn Nineveh about coming judgment was made long before God called him. He allowed his heart to be conditioned with growing resentment toward the people God called him to reach.
When a man flees or falls, he rarely falls far. He was already there.
Instead of giving up on Jonah, God patiently and graciously pursues his servant with a variety of intriguing means.
God put Jonah through an aquatic school of discipleship to get him ready to hear the call of God a second time.
Was Jonah all in when God gave him a second opportunity? No. Chapter four makes that clear. So why did God use him?
Listen and learn with me as we meet God in the book of Jonah