Reviews by Ronne Rock
On 9/7 Ronne Rock wrote: I'm normally the type to mingle with the pages of a book, then walk away from them for a time before returning. But to fall into those pages and want to camp there - that is a rare thing. Yesterday, I opened the water-washed cover of Permission to Speak Freely by Anne Jackson. And tonight, the book's ... Beautifully Messy. (book review - Permission to Speak Freely)
On 7/21 Ronne Rock wrote: “I’m a living and breathing testament that life begins and flourishes at whatever age you become comfortable in your own skin and whenever it is that you fall in love with what you see when you look in the mirror each morning.” I’ve been taking a slow walk through a book. I could have read ... Book Review: Taking a Slow Walk with Lucille
On 3/17 Ronne Rock wrote: In case you don’t know, I review books for Thomas Nelson Publishers. No, I don’t get paid - it’s something I do because I love to read, love differing points of view, love to look at my precious Lord from a different or fresh angle. I prayerfully select the books I’m going to read - not that ... Drat it all. Book Review: Free Book* by Brian Tome
On 1/15 Ronne Rock wrote: I have a confession to make. I’ve had the book Fearless by Max Lucado since November. And it’s January. Now, don’t get me wrong – I am a Max Lucado fan. In fact, his books line my shelves. I’ve given copies of In the Eye of the Storm and When God Whispers Your Name to friends, and defend ... Why Did I Wait So Long?
On 11/26 Ronne Rock wrote: “Life is pain, Highness. Anyone who says differently is selling something.” – The Princess Bride. Perhaps it was the word “pain” boldly printed in red on the cover of the book that drew me to Finding Purpose Beyond Our Pain, the latest book by Dr. Paul Meier (co-authored with Dr. David L. ... Clear and Balanced.
On 10/13 Ronne Rock wrote: I do believe in a God who has things under control, who designs our moments for His glory and who is, as John Piper says, “most glorified in us when we are most satisfied in Him.” So “Called to Worship” by Vernon Whaley has proven to be the perfect companion as I recently traveled to both Guatemala ... Life as Worship.
On 9/29 Ronne Rock wrote: “I feel written.” The story slowly unfolds, like a lazy morning. Like life, actually. A Million Miles in a Thousand Years is a story about stories – about the distinct moments of life we so often take for granted that define and refine us. It’s a story about life, and whether that life ... A Quiet Conversation - and Distant Thunder