who am i?

My name is Ronjour Locke, and I am nothing without the grace of God through Christ Jesus. My mission is to display and declare the greatness of Christ in all of life, so that all may delight in the glory of God. This site, like my life, is a work in progress, as I continue to learn more of who God is and how God works in the world. I have studied at Washington Bible College and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. I have a wonderful wife named Anne, two sons named Joshua and Noah, and two daughters named Mikaiya and Naomi.

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9 thoughts on “who am i?”

  1. Mark Dever said:

    Dear Ronjour,
    Great to meet you at T4G. Sorry we didn’t have longer to talk. Thank you for taking time to come and represent Southwestern’s work for the Savior to those who were gathered there. I pray that eternal fruit will come from your investment.
    Your brother,
    Mark Dever.

  2. Ronjour,

    Thanks for posting a portion of my blog/review of Eric’s great book (“Where Are All the Brothers?”). It gave me a chance to read many of your posts. Your commitment to speaking the truth in love is a great encouragement. Your post apologizing to graduating seniors was quite enlightening. Keep up the “God work.”

    Bob

  3. Andrew J. Nicewander said:

    Ronjour,

    Thanks for your comment. I’m thinking since you’re a coffee fan, and since I’m a coffee fan too, we’ll have to do coffee sometime. I’ve got NT on monday nights this fall. Perhaps sometime around then?

    -andrew nicewander

  4. Brother are you from Baltimore?

  5. Great article. My heart is close to your because of Jesus in us. I felt the same way almost exactly – balance. On the one hand, I am so glad that America has elected a man who has black (and white) ancestry. I think for that reason alone God is happy, as well that America has changed and as a majority, racism from our past, relatively is minimal by the majority. Blacks here can feel just as a part of politics and national pride like the white, the hispanic and the jew (my heritage). Yet, at the same time, I could not bring myself to vote for someone who would continue to be part of the infanticide of the same hispanic, jews and especially blacks. Just think of all those who would have made a difference in the world but never had the chance. I do look forward to meeting them in heaven, but until then we will be all the more incomplete without them. God bless you and your family.
    Love in the Lord, yshua Hamashiach,
    Cory Abouaf

  6. I came across your site looking for something about Calvin pertaining to the Holy Spirit.

    You might be interested in some of my work, as well. See http://www.pilgrim-platform.org.

    God bless you, your family and your studies.

    Phil

  7. I found your site through a Google Blog Search on Children’s Books. (Google linked me to your post regarding Jesus being portrayed in books.)

    I find your blog to be very interesting! Thanks for sharing your life! May God bless your family in amazing ways today!

  8. Dorian Cain said:

    Hey Mr. Locke, its Dorian Cain from Clinton Christian. Just stopping by to say hey, and glad to see you and the family are doing well. God bless.

  9. Hey Ronjour,

    This is Coach Gough. I came across your blog while doing some surfing this evening. How are you and Annie doing? I believe Eric Redmond told me that you were now pastoring in our area. Touch base when you have a moment and let me know what you are up to. I need to hear Annie sing “Shout to the Lord” again.

    Blessings in Christ,
    Coach Gough

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