And so we wait on heaven to come to earth. Laura knew God had a plan for her life; what she didn't know was that the plan would involve a six year journey with brain cancer that would ultimately take her to a young, untimely death. Left behind is a 'cloud of witnesses,' best friends, new friends, strangers, and especially family. Sandy, her mother, offers the grace and strength God provided as Laura slowly said good-byes to her husband, John, and their two beautiful boys, Cooper and Colin.
What could easily become a story of despair through this close-knit family's 'immobilized grief' takes on a heavenly light of great hope and encouragement to those hurting, and those facing a journey beyond their wildest fears. As Laura embraces her heavenly father, her family embraces a new hope while Remembering Laura.