Reviews by Jo Rae Johnson
On 8/20 Jo Rae Johnson wrote: One Call Away by Brenda Warner Book Review by Jo Rae Johnson Thomas Nelson, September 6, 2011, Pages 268 Brenda was born in a close-knit family short on money, but long on love. From an early age she sought to be noticed and loved to dance for her relatives. They applauded her performances, and occasionally even joked she ... The Dance – One Call Away Book Review
On 6/26 Jo Rae Johnson wrote: Have you ever said, “When I get to heaven I have a few questions for God”? I know I have. If you’ve pondered the why’s of this universe or are wondering about where we go from here, you may find your answers within these pages. Author Alton Gansky in "A Conversation With God" answers 55 questions in the voice of God, Jesus, ... Hi God, May I Ask You A Question?
On 3/14 Jo Rae Johnson wrote: Recently BookSneeze offered Start! The Bible For New Believers as a selection for review. This New King James version of the Bible is edited by Greg Laurie, well known pastor of one of the largest churches in America—Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, California. Laurie starts with his five ... Get Started!
On 11/2 Jo Rae Johnson wrote: “Are you more dinghy than cruise ship?” Is your past lurking like a long shadow you just can’t seem to lose? Do you feel God couldn’t possibly use you without a complete overhaul? Lose your fear and discover why you’re here while reading Max Lucado’s latest book Out Live Your Life. Max ... Help Wanted: If You're Willing He'll Make You Able
On 9/27 Jo Rae Johnson wrote: What if you knew every act and interaction between you and another would make a difference to the entire world? Would that knowledge change your vision, your words, and your plan? That’s just the message you’ll find in Andy Andrews children’s book, The Boy Who Changed the World. Inside the pages ... The Butterfly Effect
On 8/2 Jo Rae Johnson wrote: “For all sad words of tongue and pen, the saddest are these, ‘It might have been.’” If poet John Greenleaf Whittier’s famous words remind you of a lost dream, take heart. John Maxwell’s “Put your Dream to the Test” can give you wings to move from “might” to “flight”. First stop, ... IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN
On 5/1 Jo Rae Johnson wrote: From a distance you may think that Jones is a homeless man, alone with no family, and only a small suitcase of belongings. Move closer and Jones would tell you he’s a man with a wealth of places to stay, friends who love him like family, and possessions meant to be shared. Jones would say you might ... DO YOU SEE WHAT I SEE?
On 3/26 Jo Rae Johnson wrote: McGraw’s endorsement of bio-identical hormone replacement, however, was a timely one and falls on the high heels of the national media’s attention to the subject. She combats the notion that the change from babe to banshee is an inevitable one. Robin asserts natural hormone replacement, and sleeping ... What's Age Got To Do With It?
On 1/14 Jo Rae Johnson wrote: Dr. Cury's book, Think and Make It Happen, provides twelve principles for "developing your extraordinary mind" to "gain the happiness you seek, and achieve maximum impact in the world around you." Jesus is given as our model--a uniquely qualified mentor and the ultimate author of His own life (Principle ... Think and Make It Happen Book Review