There is Tomorrow is written with such a powerful impact from the true-life events of our family’s tragic loss of my son, Keith, by suicide at the young age of sixteen. By using Keith’s journaled notes from his word processor, we can feel the impact of his emotions. Beginning at the age of fourteen, Keith’s words were carefree and innocent. At the age of sixteen, his words became dark and filled with the bitter emotions of grief and anger. Pointing out the truth amongst the lies of his notes to help others see if they can relate. The sharing of our family’s impact with the excruciating pain felt from this tragic loss in our lives. Ending with ways in which we can all find the hope needed as we live our everyday lives using that which we are most gifted with.
Emma and her husband, Mark, live in Michigan. They have raised four children, Jennifer, Keith, Tabitha, and Erikk. They are the proud grandparents to nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Emma has graduated with an Associates of Arts Degree and had facilitated a Survivors of Suicide Support Group for six years. As a public speaker and teacher of Ladies Bible Studies, she has reached out to many different audiences with her first hand knowledge and understanding of the many complexities involving women, marriages, teens, grief, and more. Emma is motivated by a pure compassion to help hurting people and she loves to encourage and uplift others by revealing how God continually heals her. If you would like to have Emma come and speak at your school, church, or event, please contact her by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.