How do you find hope when you are in the middle of the hardest season of your life?
Jessica Ronne had four young children (including a special needs child) when her husband was diagnosed with a terminal brain tumor. Facing tragedy, widowhood and motherhood all at the same time could push anyone over the edge.
However, Jessica’s faith never wavered and her redeeming love story of how God was able to turn ashes into beauty is truly inspirational.
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Jessica Ronne is an author, teacher, wife, non-profit director, special needs advocate and mom of 8.
Her book “Sunlight Burning at Midnight” documents her journey of unrelenting heartbreaks from when her baby was diagnosed with a life-changing disability, through the loss of her young husband to a brain tumor.
Within the span of six years of marriage, Jessica became a widow left alone to care for their four young children, including one with special needs.
She regularly writes about faith, grief, food, simplicity, blended families, gardening, special needs, and everything else in between.
Thanks for watching and your comment Susan glad you enjoyed it!
I’ve just watched this interview with Jess, and thought it was so inspiring. We are not promised life without trials or challenges but God does say He will never leave us. Her book sounds like it will be so encouraging for anyone going through such heartbreak. I will check it out!
Thanks for this!