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Uplift: A Pilot’s Journey – by Grant Corriveau

View video trailer for Uplift     Song: Travelers by Carolyn Arends Uplift - A Pilot's Journey - published by CWR Press Captain Corriveau has written a humorous and entertaining account of his career in aviation. Uplift – A Pilot’s Journey is a delightful, easy read. The self-deprecating humor is reminiscent of Dave Barry. Funny and fast-paced. I found it hard to put down. Corriveau captures the day-to-day aviation adventures in an entertaining and informative manner. Bravo, Captain Corriveau! What a gem of a book. Cathy Fraser, Captain, B787, Air Canada Take off with Captain Grant Corriveau in “Uplift – A Pilot’s Journey.” During ...

“I Believe I’m Right” – Grant Corriveau

“It can’t be about having ‘right’ beliefs,” my pastor said. The day our pastor’s mother died our church followed some very strict beliefs. Some would call it ultra-legalism. Others would have identified it as a cult. But then the church doctrines changed radically and he (all of us) were faced with the question, “What about those who apparently died “in error?” “It can’t be about having ‘right’ beliefs.” Suddenly we were confronted with the understanding that our faith in God, our eternal life, and all the most important issues of eternity, could NOT possibly be tied to our often flawed and always incomplete ...

Reconciliation and Other Challenging “R” Words – Grant Corriveau

“If I had not forgiven I would have died.” — Residential School survivor The Atlantic magazine published an article last spring (March 2019) titled “Death by Civilization” to mark the occasion of the two hundredth anniversary of The Civilization Fund Act in the United States. In it, author Mary Annette Pember writes: “My mother died while surviving civilization. Although she outlived a traumatic childhood immersed in its teachings, she carried the pain of those lessons for her entire life…. Two hundred years ago, on March 3, 1819, the Civilization Fund Act ushered in an era of assimilationist policies, ...

May 2018

CLICK HERE to read now (PDF Format) Articles: Mothers and the Grace of God – pg. 1 A Transformation--Not a Transaction – pg. 2 Five Generations: A Legacy of Love – pg. 5 Conforming and Performing – pg. 7 Quotes & Connections – pg. 8 CLICK on MAGAZINE COVER BELOW for Flipping Page Format [real3dflipbook id="174"]

February 2018

CLICK HERE to read now (PDF Format) Brian McLaren: The Great Migration – pg. 3 Stephen Backhouse: Soren Kierkegaard: Father of Christianity Without Religion – pg. 6 CWR News, Updates, Coming Soon pg. 10 Cindy Brandt: Inconspicuous Hope – pg. 12 Eden Jersak: The Rose – pg. 13 Greg Albrecht: “God's Plan for Your Life?” -pg. 14

Bass Ackwards? Grant Corriveau

What if we have it backwards? We've been taught that life somehow, by some updated version of "spontaneous generation," came into being inside an otherwise lifeless universe. But... What IF life itself is eternal and universal and ultimately exists beyond all time and space? What if LIFE then causes everything else to exist? Isn't this consistent with what we see around us? Living beings create, act, bring things into existence, convert invisible ideas into visible things and actions. Life IS. Then, everything else follows. Think about it...

Grant Corriveau: An Uplifting Pilot

https://vimeo.com/377392562 Congratulations to CWR's friend and author, Grant Corriveau. After publishing Uplift: A Pilot's Journey with CWR Press last year, Grant has followed up with a self-published sequel, Airline Pilot: A Day in the Life. Grant's memoirs are highly readable, frequently funny and sometimes hair-raising. If you'd like to experience a slice of life behind the pilot's door of an airliner, check him out. Both books are now available on Amazon.com in paperback or Kindle formats: CLICK HERE to visit the page and order a copy. Pilot's Endorsement: Captain Corriveau has written a humorous and entertaining account ...