Three years after Laura sustained a traumatic brain injury, doctors said she needed to accept her severe limitations. “You don’t understand,” Laura replied. “I’m a Christian. I’m looking for the YES God has for me right now. His YES will override anything else I’m facing.” She adds, “The worst disability I had to overcome wasn’t the result of a car accident. It was my not fully trusting in the love God has for his children.” She loves sharing what she has learned about the God of Hope—and the amazing story of how he healed her from all symptoms of the injury.
A Christian writer and speaker, Laura thought her time of service had ended in 2013 when she sustained a significant brain injury. But she says God had other plans. “I couldn’t do very much anymore,” she says, “but I found out that he still loved me. Learning to live in his love, not for what I do but for who I am, has been an amazing adventure. Then he healed me and suddenly all symptoms of my disability were gone!” Laura loves sharing what she has learned about hope, and about living in the Father’s love.
In 2013, Laura’s life changed dramatically when she sustained a significant brain injury. “Life was hard,” she says, “but that’s when I learned how to live in God’s peace and joy, in spite of the difficulties around me.” She loves sharing what she learned about living in the Father’s love—and how God dramatically healed her and removed all symptoms of the brain injury.
Laura is the sister of Sally Hoover our deacon.
She will preach and testify on June 18th and 25th.