Bronner REVIEW

Bronner is the real story of finding hope and purpose despite unspeakable tragedy. Sherri Burgess takes us into her personal story of devastating loss and pain when her young son Bronner died from a tragic drowning accident. I admit to having a very hard time reading this book. It stirred emotions in me I'd just as soon not feel. Accidents such as this has been a huge fear of mine since my niece was a baby more than 20 years ago, especially water accidents. With my own son having autism, I was always even more worried because he was always so drawn to the water. We had a small pond outside our home, and I turned my back for only a second and he was gone. I couldn't find him. I ran all over the place, and out to the pond trying to find him. He wasn't even three yet, and I just knew something terrible had happened. Thankfully, he was just playing hide and seek and had hidden inside the house. Reading this book stirred that panic feeling, and made me even more thankful. Beyond that, this book has helped me to see God's love and purpose behind the pain we feel when we lose a loved one.

  Can God use pain and suffering in our lives to teach and refine us? Journey with Sherri Burgess in her new book, Bronner, to discover the purpose behind pain through the powerful story of her son Bronner’s earthly death. An empowering resource for book-club discussion or small-group Bible study, this is much more than simply a retelling of an inspiring story. It is a call to action beckoning us to know our Holy God like never before.

Join Sherri in celebrating the release of her new book, Bronner, with a blog tour and a Kindle Fire giveaway!


One grand prize winner will receive:
  • A copy of Bronner
  • A Kindle Fire HD 6
Enter today by clicking the icon below. But hurry! The giveaway ends on February 12th. The winner will be announced February 15th on the Litfuse blog.


**I received this in exchange for my honest opinion. I wasn't required to write a positive review, nor was I compensated in any other way. All opinions expressed are my own, **