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David L. McKenna shares glimpses into his transition from 33 years as an executive in higher education, to taking walks and shopping for groceries. With insights that are often humorous and light-hearted, McKenna offers a helpful game plan for people taking a serious look at retirement.
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More About David L. McKenna
David L. McKenna is a recognized leader in the educational, civic, and religious worlds. As President of Spring Arbor University, Seattle Pacific University, and Asbury Theological Seminary, he brought biblical vision, academic stature, and creative change to those institutions. McKenna is the author of 25 books ranging from Bible commentaries to reflections on contemporary issues. His latest book is entitled Never Blink in a Hailstorm and Other Lessons of Leadership. He and his wife, Janet, live in Kirkland, Washington.
David L. McKenna currently resides in Las Vegas Kirkland, in the state of Nevada. David L. McKenna was born in 1929.
David L. McKenna has published or released items in the following series...
Communicator's Commentary: Mastering the New Testament
Reviews - What do customers think about Retirement Is Not for Sissies?
THERE IS LIFE AFTER RETIREMENT Jan 22, 2009
Thank you David for a Inspirational, Insightful and Instructional walk into and through retirement. I give your book Retirement is not for Sissies 5 stars and highly recommend it to others. I have joined a small group of retires and the book will be a resourse to us.
Mearl L. Bradley,
Looking to retire Aug 27, 2008
This book was different that I anticipated. It was more preachy and less "how to" than it's ilk. I don't think I'd recommend it to others. It certainly did not reflect the title.