Here are links to various media appearances and interviews…
Written about Laura Diehl and GPS Hope
- Janesville Gazette – Janesville event offers resources to grieving parents
- Frank Viola – The Deeper Journey Blog
- Janesville Gazette – When Tragedy Strikes (if not a subscriber of Gazettextra , login to facebook first, to see full article)
Articles written by Laura for other organizations:
- No Longer the Victim: Emerging from Loss (for Open to Hope)
- What Do the First Five Years Look Like? (for Open to Hope)
- Don’t Send the Wrong Message to Surviving Children (for Open to Hope)
Audio (Radio, podcasts, etc.)
- The Ladies Lounge with Kathy B.
- iJoy inspirations
- The Debbie Chavez show
- Christ in the City WADR 103.5 – Laura has had several live interviews on this show.
- Grieving Parents Sharing Hope with Dr. Gloria Horsley of Open to Hope and the Compassionate Friends
- Writing Through Grief with Dr. Gloria Horsley of Open to Hope
- Supporting Grieving Parents with Dr. Gloria Horsley of Open to Hope
Award-winning Review: Congratulations ‘When Tragedy Strikes‘ a book by Ms. Laura Diehl, a 2017 Gold Medal Centauri Christian Book Award Winner in the category of ‘Non-Fiction’! This powerful book was written to help people who have experienced the loss of a loved one, especially a child. The book details the authors family, the circumstances which led to the death of her child, and the emotional process the author went through after the tragedy including how God, family, friends, and the Bible helped her through the situation. The author also offers suggestions and Bible verses to help those coping with the loss of a child like she is. The book was very well written and organized. The style of the writing is first person, so the reader remains engaged throughout the book. It is 3 things in one – a celebration of their daughter’s life, a journey the author went through after the tragedy, and a guide to help others in her situation. Although over 100 pages, it can be easily read in one setting. Even though the book is about the loss of a child, it can be used as a template for dealing with any sort of tragedy. At the end of reading this excellent book you will feel like you know the author and her family, the struggle they went through, and be able to use the suggestions and lessons they learned to help you in your life!