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2014
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FORGOTTEN SERENITY

Dear Luke,

I will never forget you and I can't wait to see your beautiful face in Heaven. I'm so sorry that you died because I know that you had so much to live for. After all this time, I still can't seem to make it fit in my mind that you are gone. Thirteen years!!!! Sometimes when I think of how long you have been gone, I get so overwhelmed. How can you be gone for thirteen years and how have I survived for thirteen years without you? Life is not the same, and never will be. Everyday is painful, but I have learned to live with the pain. It is as much a part of me as breathing.

Most of my family members never say your name. Of course you know I am not talking about Dad and Emily, I am talking about Aunts and Uncles and cousins who seem to have forgotten that you were once a part of their lives. Whether you were a big part of their lives or a small part of there lives it is hard for me to understand that you have been forgotten. Oh I know that they think since it has been over thirteen years that it is not as important to acknowledge you, but actually they never did acknowledge you very much anyway. I remember when you were 9 years old and the poster child for Epilepsy and you threw out the first pitch in a professional baseball game. Oh, you were so proud! I brought the video of you to show all of them at a family function. After viewing the video there was silence and not one word of congratulations or anything, except for one negative remark. You cried yourself to sleep that night and I am so sorry for that. How can ANYONE be jealous of a sick child?

They were never much support for you in anything you did in your life or any of your illnesses. I have made it this far without them and I will make it the rest of the way without them. I keep asking myself..."How can they act this way knowing what I have been through." Life is full of surprises Luke..... as you well know.

I guess you know all the things that I have had to deal with from my family, especially lately. You would think that they could TRY to understand how difficult life is for me, but they don't even TRY to understand. Two years ago on Father's Day your uncle sent an email to me about some family matters and ended it with...."Don't call me today, I'd like to do my best to enjoy it." Then why did he send the email to me on Father's Day? Anyway, I responded in an email later that day.... "I hope that you do enjoy your Father's day more than my husband has enjoyed his. Just having all of your children alive should be enjoyment enough." Because of that I have been shunned from the family.

But what I think about Luke is that you don't feel any of the pain caused by others, and I know that one day I will not feel any of that pain either. Heaven is the place for that, because it certainly does not exist here on earth. I have forgiven them for so much in the past, but I have finally reached my limit. I believe that they all need prayers, so if you could pray for them that would be great because I no longer can find a place in my heart for prayers for them. Sometimes on this earth we have to make some tough decisions. If someone continues to cause me pain, over and over and over, and I have forgiven them over and over and over, but they continue to still cause me pain then it is time for me to let it go and not have them be a part of my life anymore. I remember how you used to say "Let go and let God", so that is what I am doing.

I don’t care what they do or say to me anymore, but I do care that it seems as if you have been forgotten by them. I am so sorry that they do not speak your name. But Luke, I speak your name enough to make up for those that do not. You may be forgotten by the ones that I thought never would forget you, but you will never be forgotten by me, and Dad, and Emily. You are my son, and you love me and I love you. You lived a beautiful and honorable life that should never be forgotten by anyone who knew you. There are many people that never knew you on earth, but they know you in death, and they love and remember you.

Thank you so much for the 21 years of wonderful memories that you gave to me. I choose to remember you with smiles and laughter mixed with tears, but most importantly you will never be forgotten on this earth as long as I am breathing.

I can't change the way that they feel or if they choose to forget you and I accept that. I can't change your death or the pain it causes me and I accept that. But I can change who I allow in my life. I have enough pain and do not need anymore from others. "God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things that I can, and the wisdom to know the difference."

Thanks for listening Luke. I have been needing to tell you these things for a long, long time. I love you and I miss you and I remember you ALWAYS.

Love,
Mom

© 2014 Christine Ross
~ in memory of Lucas Christopher Ross 1979 - 2001






FORGOTTEN

Did you forget...
I have a son
Who lived a life
'Till twenty-one

A little boy
Belonged to me
Became a man
Then had to leave

Although he died
He did exist
He has a name
And he is missed

Did you forget...
That he was born
His life still counts
And I still mourn


© 2014 - Christine Ross
~ in memory of Lucas Christopher Ross 1979 - 2001



Find and be found to discover your.....
BRINGER OF LIGHT.

I WILL REMEMBER YOU

"I Will Remember You" is a song written by Sarah McLachlan, Séamus Egan and Dave Merenda. The song first appeared on the soundtrack for the movie The Brothers McMullen in 1995 and 1996. The original inspiration came from Seamus Egan's instrumental song "Weep Not for the Memories", which appeared on his album A Week in January (1990). McLachlan and Merenda added lyrics and modified the melody for her version. It was re-released and became a hit when McLachlan released a live version of the song on her 1999 album Mirrorball.

The live version of "I Will Remember You" earned McLachlan her third straight Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance nomination in 2000.

~ SOURCE: WIKIPEDIA




I WILL REMEMBER YOU

I will remember you
Will you remember me?
Don't let your life pass you by
Weep not for the memories

I'm so tired but I can't sleep
Standin' on the edge of something much too deep
It's funny how we feel so much but we cannot say a word
Though we are screaming inside oh
We can't be heard

I will remember you
Will you remember me?
Don't let your life pass you by
Weep not for the memories

I'm so afraid to love you, but more afraid to lose
Clinging to a past that doesn't let me choose
But once there was a darkness, deep and endless night
You gave me everything you had, oh you gave me light

And I will remember you
Will you remember me?
Don't let your life pass you by
Weep not for the memories

I will remember you
Will you remember me?
Don't let your life pass you by
Weep not for the memories


~ WORDS AND MUSIC BY: MCLACHLAN, SARAH ANN / EGAN, SEAMUS / MERENDA, DAVE






ANNIVERSARY AND BIRTHDAY
DEDICATIONS

Adrienne Leigh Ingram *28 *6/25/79 - 12/2/07 *respiratory failure cause by mitochondrial disease

Amanda Lynn Whitton * 22 * 6-26-86 6-21-09 * vehicle accident

Amy Jo Ellsworth Clein * 45 * b.6/10/65-d.6/14/10 * mandibular cancer

Brad Alan O'Martin * 27 * 6/7/77 - 3/10/05 * Melanoma Cancer

Bradford "Wayne" Wells, Jr. * 42 * 6/30/63 - 11/15/05 * heart attack

Chad Norris * 20 years * 5/14/73 - 6/16/93 * Murdered. Shot by two strangers

Dennis Christopher Tucker * 26 * 6/11/60 - 9/16/86 * Accidental

Dominic Michael Campano * 17 * B 1/29/91 D 6/10/08 * GSWM

Grace Nicole Miceli * 20 * October 27 th, 1984 - June 8 th, 2005 * Accident

Jacob Michael Scott McLeod-Steinmetz * 13 years 364 days ( I day of turning 14) * 17th June 1991 - 16th June 2005 * AML (Leukaemia ) Jacob had a bone morrow transplant he relapsed on day 93 ,also from mistakes made by the hospital doctors

Jason Christopher Dunn * 22 forever * June 5, 1974 - March 13, 1997 * Accidental gunshot

Jennifer DeGeneres * 42 * October 16, 1969 - June 22, 2012 * Complications of Lupus

Jesse E. Pecco * 22 * June14, 1978 - August 14, 2000 * Murder

Joseph Chretien Jr. (Joey) * 25 at death * January 9, 1969 - June 29, 1994, * Heroin OD

John-Thomas Bruder * 31 * August 7, 1967 - June 30, 1999 * aneurism of the aorta

Joseph Anthony Scalise * 18 * 11/02/90 - 06/22/09 * Motorcycle accident

Judi Rebecca Archuleta * 31 * 06/19/1977-7/22/2008 * Overdose (suicide)

Kimberly Anne Carlson * 15 * June 20, 1993 - June 11, 2008 * Hiking Accident

Matthew Ross * 36 minutes * 6/7/1972 - 6/7/1972 * Congenital Kidney Failure

Airman 1st Class Scott M. Schroeder * 20 * Jan 5, 1974 - June 16, 1994 * Military Accident

Stephen Matthew Wilson * 20 * june 2 1981-dec 11 2001 * auto accident

IN MEMORY OF: Matthew Ross
AGE: 36 minutes
DATES: 6/7/72 - 6/7/72
CAUSE: Congestive Kidney Failure
SUBMITTED BY: Mom

I never got to hold you in my arms but I'll hold you in my heart until we meet in Heaven.

IN MEMORY OF: Jesse E. Pecco
AGE: 22
DATES: 6/14/78 - 8/14/2000
CAUSE: murder
SUBMITTED BY: Deborah Santos

Dedication: Happy Birthday Jesse 6/14/2000

IN MEMORY OF: Dennis Christopher Tucker
AGE: 26
DATES: 06-11-60 09-16-86
CAUSE: accidental
SUBMITTED BY: dolores tucker

I would like to dedicate this passage as a tribute in remembering my son's birthday, 6-11-60. Dennis Christopher was born at Martin Army Hospital, Ft. Benning, GA. He was my third son and a joy in life. Dennis had a baby face and grew into a handsome man, quite gifted. While at school, in the 5th grade, I was told he was skilled in his subjects with the equivilency of 8th grade studies. Also, his trumpet teacher complimented Dennis with his skills with the trumpet sound and said he should pursue music. Dennis wanted to be a doctor, and when he entered college, he chose both science and music in his curriculum. Dennis was given a full scholarship at a private university in MA and had outstanding grades. Dennis performed in the music dept. instrumentally as well as with a choral group. On holidays and in the summertime, he performed with a symphony orchestra, a local college with showtunes, choir and was quite versatile in music. Dennis loved photography and set up a dark room in my home in order to use his enlarger and learn to develop film along with his brother Dale. They were close in many ways with the same interests: music, photography, well-designed autos and so much more. I felt so blessed. Dennis will always be 26 years young and in my heart. He was a treasure in my life.



QUOTES:

FAMOUS QUOTE:

“May you never forget what is worth remembering, nor ever remember what is best forgotten” ~ Irish Blessing

MEMBER QUOTE:

"I will honor him by telling his story as he was such a brave person & wonderful Son!" ~ Dee Dorsam 2012

MEMORIAL QUOTE:


IN MEMORY OF: Sean Ernest Stenzel
AGE: 27
DATES: 3/13/1984 - 7/31/2011
CAUSE: Car accident
SUBMITTED BY: Sean's Mom Mary Stenzel

We would always tell him to be safe when he is driving and Sean would always tell us "don't worry, I will be alright". He always seemed to feel he was invincible...but we know that God is in control and only He knows when our time is up.




LIFE STORIES

ENCORE PRESENTATION FROM JULY 2011

IN MEMORY OF: Joey Marshall Whiteman360
AGE: 21 years, 360 days
DATES: 9/8/80-9/3/02
CAUSE: auto accident
SUBMITTED BY: Terrie (Joey's Mom)

Joey died five days before his 22nd birthday. He had left to go to the Mall to buy all the things needed to go away for his birthday weekend. He then was in an auto accident and died on impact. His funeral was on his 22nd birthday, making it a full circle of life.





POETRY

IN MEMORY OF: Jason Christopher Dunn
AGE: 22
DATES: June 5, 1974-March 13,1997
CAUSE: Accidental Gun
SUBMITTED BY: Susie Dunn

OH HOW I MISS YOU

The lonely days the horrid nights
I was so lost and broken.
But you would come to help me through
And that was no small token.

You traveled out from Heaven's Gate
To earth so far below.
To ease the sorrow and the strain
So fearless you would go.

Gone by morning's light, you'd be.
Just like the stars above.
Off to Heaven you will fly.
So swift and full of love.

The angels come and take me there
To Heaven's gate I traveled.
Just for a while, I'm not to stay.
Just so I don't unravel.

I need to know, you're safe and sound.
You walk where streets are golden.
You love the freedoms you have found,
Like story told in olden.

Your life was short in earthly years
But eternity you shine.
God came and took you home with HIM.
For You are HIS not mine.

I miss you so, I still can't see
How was it, I survived
But you were here to sooth my soul.
You're so very much alive.

I know I'm coming one day soon.
I never more will miss you.
I'll hold you close and hug you hard
And then I'm going to kiss you.

Written just for Jason by his Mom Susie
Copyright ©2010 Susie Dunn





SIGNS

IN MEMORY OF: Adam R. Fiock
AGE: 26
DATES: 7-1-81 10-6-07
CAUSE: Self inflicted GSWH
WRITTEN BY: Christine, Adam's mom

All I can say is thank heavens for Adam working over time. Last night I was reading a book, "Reconstructing Amelia". Be careful, the mother in the story is trying to find out what happened to her daughter. It is not an easy read. I kept reading, and I am glad I did.

The mother in the story went to Duke for college, mentioned twice- My favorite college basketball team, the name "Adam" appeared twice, and mentioned once was USC- Berkeley- where my daughter is attending grad school.

It is not my fault you have to work so hard, Adam. I love you, and I miss you. Thank you for the signs.

M<3M

IN MEMORY OF: Jason Christopher Dunn
AGE: 22
DATES: 6/5/74-3/13/97
CAUSE: Accidental Gun Shot
WRITTEN BY: Susie

September 27, 2013 8:35 a.m.

I am sitting here on the computer..when in my bedroom an angel music box Just played..it's been months..maybe years since it was wound. Last night I heard like an earring drop on my dresser..just a small sound.like just 1 Earring hitting the dresser....but loud enough To hear..and I thought that was pretty cool.but now this.this is awesome! Before the noise..I had just told Jason that I wanted to hear more from him. Guess I got my answer...;o)





SPECIAL MEMORIES

IN MEMORY OF: Christopher Ronald Faller
AGE: 7-1/2 years
DATES: May 7, 1990 - March 24, 1998
CAUSE: viral tumors after successfull piggyback heart transplant
SUBMITTED BY: Maria, Christopher's mommy forever

Because our son Christopher was diagnosed with restrictive cardiomyopathy as an infant, as he grew he was not able to run around like most other young children do without even thinking about it. But he became fascinated with how things worked, and especially how they were put together. So it was a natural that he would first start building with Duplo blocks, but then quickly graduate to building with Lego blocks. Christopher had a wonderful imagination, and would build all kinds of interesting things. He played with his Lego sets every day, and he dreamed about building with Legos while sleeping on his Lego sheets under his Lego bedspread.

Whenever anyone asked Christopher what he wanted for his birthday or for Christmas, his answer was always the same, "All the Lego's in the world!" He had to endure many hospital visits during his short life, so we always took Legos with us to pass the time. The doctors and nurses would marvel at the way he could build, and many of them even enjoyed playing with him. Everyone associated Legos with Christopher, and many people still do. At home, we would build with Legos all day long. We built space stations, castles, forts, and all the vehicles to go along with each base. Christopher was always the good guys defending their base against the bad guys, who were mommy or daddy on the attack. In Christopher's world, the good guys always won.

Christopher loved building with Legos so much that his gym teacher started calling him 'The LegoKid.' The name stuck, and Christopher was so proud to have his very own special nickname. Sadly, our LegoKid was only seven years old when he died on March 24, 1998. Many of our fondest memories of Christopher involve building and playing with his Legos with him. After his death, we wrote to the Lego company to request that a Lego figure could be named after him. To honor Christopher, the Lego Company has named the figure called Chris Com Link for him.

To quote from the letter that the Lego company sent to Christopher's family -- "The guiding principal of our Company since it was founded has always been, 'Only the Best is Good Enough.' Christopher's story is a wonderful testimonial that our efforts are worthwhile. We will explore opportunities to share it with employees throughout the Company. To acknowledge Christopher's special fondness for LEGO products, we will display his photograph in the Maniac Madness section of the July issue of the LEGO Mania Magazine. Also, a new mini-figure character, within the New PossiBuildities section, will be named after Christopher."

The one thing that keeps me going is the hope that one day we will be reunited and will again be building with Legos, and Christopher will be the winner.

with all my love, forever and always, Mommy

A friend of mine had made a web page for me quite some time ago, and it includes all of this information and more.




Lego House

~ Written and performed by Ed Sheeran

I'm gonna pick up the pieces,
and build a Lego house
when things go wrong we can knock it down

My three words have two meanings,
there's one thing on my mind
It's all for you

And it's dark in a cold December, but I've got ya to keep me warm
and if you're broke I'll mend ya and keep you sheltered from the storm that's raging on

I'm out of touch, I'm out of love
I'll pick you up when you're getting down
and of all these things I've done I think I love you better now

I'm out of sight, I'm out of mind
I'll do it all for you in time
And of all these things I've done I think I love you better now

I'm gonna paint you by numbers
and colour you in
if things go right we can frame it, and put you on a wall

And it's so hard to say it but I've been here before
and I'll surrender up my heart
and swap it for yours

I'm out of touch, I'm out of love
I'll pick you up when you're getting down
and of all these things I've done I think I love you better now

I'm out of sight, I'm out of mind
I'll do it all for you in time
And of all these things I've done I think I love you better now

Don't hold me down
I think my braces are breaking and it's more than I can take

And if it's dark in a cold December, I've got ya to keep me warm
and if you're broke I'll mend ya and keep you sheltered from the storm that's raging on

I'm out of touch, I'm out of love
I'll pick you up when you're getting down
and of all these things I've done I think I love you better now

I'm out of sight, I'm out of mind
I'll do it all for you in time
And of all these things I've done I think I love you better now


(see the SPECIAL PRESENTATION of this song in the NEWS section)







OUR CHILDREN'S ACHIEVEMENTS, TALENTS, HONORS, AWARDS, AND UNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS


IN MEMORY OF: Sean Ernest Stenzel
AGE: 27
DATES: 3/13/1984 - 7/31/2011
CAUSE: Car accident
SUBMITTED BY: Sean's Mom Mary Stenzel

Like every teenager, when Sean turned 16, he had to get his license and a car. His first car was an older Geo Storm which we had bought for him from a minister in Albert Lea. It was really a cute car. Sean always liked to customize things, so he had to put these low rider tires on it which didn't make much sense driving in the winter....so we found an old International pickup he drove for awhile..he had a small accident with this truck going to church in Minnesota Lake, but it lasted until we was driving it one day down the road and it caught on fire. Matt K ended up buying the Storm and drove it until it was on his "last leg". Sean's next car was a Ford Escort, but it didn't last long. Sean had an accident about a mile from our home and totaled the car. Thankfully he wasn't injured then. From the insurance money and with us helping him a little more, he was able to buy his prize possession his "Z-28 Camaro"...another "holy" car that was owned by the former pastor in Albert Lea, Father Schneider. This was a beautiful car but wasn't too practical, so Sean eventually sold it back to Father Schneider, and we kept the funds for his next car. Then he had a pick up, but, of course, is nothing like a car to drive, so he found the black Pontiac which Rick and I are driving today. Sean would drive our Focus for work and bumming around because of the good gas mileage..but unfortunately, Sean had more bad luck with that car. Coming home from Mankato the winter before his death in a snow storm, someone had lost some white (wheat) sacks on the highway. Sean thought he was hitting snowdrifts but it was these sacks someone had lost. This car was also totaled, but our son again was so lucky as not to be hurt. With the monies from the Focus, he was able to buy the Volkswagen Passat which he loved...the car that he had the accident in late on July 29th. Every parent's worst fear is worrying about their child or children driving and having an accident As you read this, you can see that Sean had so many close calls in the past. We would always tell him to be safe when he is driving and Sean would always tell us "don't worry, I will be alright". He always seemed to feel he was invincible...but we know that God is in control and only He knows when our time is up. None of Sean's cars or pickups were new, but he always took great pride in them and kept them up.







MEMORIALS

ROAD SIDE, HEADSTONE, URN, GARDEN, DISPLAY, PUBLICATION, BENCH, STATUE, PLAQUE, BRICK, SIGN, STONE, ROOM, SPORT, PLACE, WEB SITE, POEM, STORY.....

IN MEMORY OF: Christopher Ronald Faller
AGE: 7-1/2 yrs
DATES: 5/7/90 - 3/24/98
CAUSE: viral tumors after successful piggyback heart transplant
SUBMITTED BY: Maria, Christopher's Mommy

Little Boy at Play (Christopher's Song)

© Copyright Michael Peace 2002 All Rights Reserved

Little boy at play
Star wars, Legos and Army toys
Building castles and dreams
Just like all of the other boys

Christopher said that he knew
Good guys always win
But when he lost his fight
Our world came crashing in

(And his mommy cried)
Someday we'll be together again
Someday I just don't know when
Someday when I see the sun shine
I will see your angel face looking back on mine

Christopher your Mommy knows
You are up in heaven
I know you can feel her love
And her love will never end.

(Guitar Solo)

(And his mommy cried)
Someday we'll be together again
Someday I just don't know when
Someday when I see the sun shine
I will see your angel face looking back on mine

You can listen to this song playing on this web page








QUESTION

How long has your child been gone physically,
and how long does it seem like your child has been gone? Explain.
(see the news section and/or the submission page for a new question for next month)

IN MEMORY OF: Adam R. Fiock
AGE: 26
DATES: 7-1-81. 10-6-2007
CAUSE: S
SUBMITTED BY: Christine Knapp, Adam's proud mom of a soldier.

: Adam left 6yrs., 6 months, and 26 days.

It feels as if it has been my whole life. Sometimes it feels as if it has always been this way. It just is getting very old, being this person I am now.








READER COMMENTS 2014


COMMENTS SINCE LAST MONTH'S NEWSLETTER

SECTION: COMMENT IN MEMORY OF: Adam R. Fiock
AGE: 26
DATES: 7-1-81. 10-6-2007
CAUSE: Self inflicted wound to head
SUBMITTED BY: Christine Knapp, Adam's proud mom of a soldier.

(((((Christine)))) Thank you so much for your newsletter.

Thank you for mentioning Adam's name for Memorial Day. Also, I wanted to tell you that I am old enough to watch the original Star Trek episodes. The most remembered episode was the one about the two planets having a war with computers. I remember the time that I first learned that WW II was what brought the US out of the depression.

At the time it was so impressionable on me, that there was advsntages to war. (Medical, nursing advances). My favorite Star Trek movie was definitely the return of Kahn. God bless you for being in our lives with the beautiful Angel pages.

Christine, Adam's proud m♡m.

IN MEMORY OF: Robert Walton
AGE: 1 day old
DATES: Nov 10, 1963 - Nov 11, 1963
CAUSE: Premuture
SUBMITTED BY: JOAN TAYLOR

Dear Christine

Thank You so very much for sharing such beautiful pages to read. They all had me in tears each and every word with so much love in them it warmed my heart Christine bless you. Over here in England we had our Mother's Day in sometime in March my special friend. The graphic for my brother Robert is so sweet & beautiful Thank You Christine from the bottom of my heart. God Bless you Luke always and I hope you feel is love around you Christine on your Mother's Day. Wishing you & Robin & Emily a very nice quite weekend. Sending all my love & prayers your way Christine. Takecare always.

From your ever friend Joan xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.








NEW QUESTION

Do you feel as if your child has been forgotten by some family members? Explain

NEW DEDICATION NAMES

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LEGO HOUSE

IN MEMORY OF: Christopher Ronald Faller
AGE: 7-1/2 years
DATES: May 7, 1990 - March 24, 1998
CAUSE: viral tumors after successfull piggyback heart transplant
SUBMITTED BY: Maria, Christopher's mommy forever

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Special thanks for Bringer of Light Newsletter submissions this month:

Mom of Matthew Ross
Deborah Santos
Dolores Tucker
Dee Dorsam
Sean's Mom, Mary Stenzel
Terrie (Joey's Mom)
Susie Dunn
Christine, Adam's Mom
Maria, Christopher's mommy forever
Joan Taylor


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"VISIT WITH LUKE"

Last Entry in Luke's Journal:

"When there is love in my heart and a smile on my face,
I need nothing else." ~ Luke Ross

"MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU"