Dr. Gary and Laura House
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About Dr. Gary and Laura House
Gary and Laura House, originally from Indiana, currently live in Lynchburg, Virginia, and are parents to three children. Ryan and Megan live nearby, and Nathan resides in Heaven. Early in his career Gary served as a pastor, then as a professor teaching at the graduate level in the area of Christian ministry. Laura is a former RN, then treasured the years as a stay-at-home homeschooling mom, and currently serves as the Director of Marketing and Communications for the Institute for Excellence in Writing.
After Nathan’s death in 2016, they experienced the comfort found by spending time with other bereaved parents. Yearning to provide similar opportunities for other grieving parents and to challenge them to trust Jesus, Our Hearts Are Home was born. Married for thirty-nine years, Gary and Laura enjoy walking on any beach, reading, and spending time with their children. For more information, visit the website at ourheartsarehome.org.
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Child loss is difficult to explain if you haven't been there, as it is with most things in life. The parents who have shared their stories in Until Then: Stories of Loss and Hope have experienced just that—the grief of losing a child. Within each chapter, you will find the story of a child who is deeply loved and missed beyond measure. You will get a glimpse of the shock and devastation that became a reality for each parent, but in reading their stories, you will also observe how God has held them through each painful step. His loving-kindness and faithfulness to them are clearly seen, even in the midst of their sorrow. If you have experienced the loss of a child, then the authors hope that reading accounts of others who have walked this path will bring new insights, a measure of comfort, and evidence that you can trust God with your life and circumstances. For those who have not experienced child loss, the book will help equip you to come alongside a bereaved parent in their greatest time of need.