Dear Friends,

Are you grieving a loss? Are you looking for comfort and hope? You’ve come to the right place! Here you will find information on three books that document God’s healing power through personal experiences, scriptures, and powerful quotes. Click on the appropriate tab to learn about each of the following:


Trust God No Matter What!Trust God No Matter What!

Find comforting, enlightening Christ-centered insights regarding some of life’s hardest dilemmas, with chapter titles such as:  “Trusting God When Prayers Don’t Seem Answered,” “Trusting God When We Are Hurting,” and “Trusting God When Children Stray.” Come to recognize the awesome wonder of God’s ability to turn all things to our good, to bring growth and a newness of life in the aftermath of tragedy. Learn to trust God no matter what!


After My Son's Suicide

After My Son’s Suicide:
An LDS Mother Finds Comfort in Christ and Strength to Go On

According to Gary & Joy Lundberg, “This book is a road map to recovery to help those who have lost a loved one to suicide. The principles are clearly and sensitively written with an inviting personal touch. The process of Darla’s shared journey from despair to joy can help anyone who has experienced the scars of a deep personal trauma to rebuild a meaningful life.”


Finding Hope While Grieving Suicide: Opening Your Heart to the Healing Only God Can Give (New release)

Finding Hope While Grieving SuicideWhile my first two books are aimed at an LDS audience, I have written this new book specifically to anyone who believes in God and the Bible. When I began the project, I questioned my ability to teach the same comforting concepts without LDS scriptures and quotes from modern prophets, etc., but was quickly reminded that truth has been revealed all down through the ages to whomever would open himself to it. I was able to document every powerful point from credible Christian authors and near-death experiences. I hope you’ll share it with all who are grieving a suicide.

Invitation: Because of personal experience with overcoming tragedy I have gained a deep conviction that the cocoons of this life that seem to entrap us are temporary. Either here or hereafter we will soar as the butterflies we were meant to be.

The foundation of our faith is knowing “he doeth not anything save it be for the benefit of the world; for he loveth the world, even that he layeth down his own life that he may draw all men unto him. Wherefore, he commandeth none that they shall not partake of salvation” (2 Nephi 26:24). It is my prayer that my books will help you rejoice in and partake of the salvation God offers.

Love and blessings,


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