"I Will Praise You in the Storm"
 The Story of Stephen and Holly Deaubé

a Journey of Faith

- Welcome
Life brings its share of hurts, pains, and sorrows; there is no guarantee that we will ever escape them. As adults and parents, it is difficult to see our children suffering. However, there is nothing more overwhelming than when a child passes away and even more so when that child is our own. We expect to precede them in death; it is the natural cycle of life. When this cycle is broken, it disrupts our sense of fair play. "It's not fair," we cry out, sometimes shaking our fists at God. In desperation, we cry out to God for answers, and often our cries return seemingly unanswered. The despondent parents and loved ones without doubt, are asking the same perplexing question, "Why God?"

This question is almost as old as creation, and the answer lies ultimately with God himself. The purpose of this book is to help answer some of those painful questions and offer hope and encouragement. I do not claim to know all the answers, nor can I answer all the "whys," but I try to present a compelling story how God has answered some of these questions and others concerning my own experience in the loss of our two children.

The moment we are born, we begin the process of dying. In essence, we live only to die, the Christian dies only to live; it is a celebration of life not death, as John Oxenham eloquently penned, "For death begins with life's first breath, and life begins at the touch of death." Death is not our friend if we are an unbeliever it is our worst nightmare. However, to the believing Christian neither is death our enemy, it is our release from this temporal world to our eternal home in heaven. Our time here on earth is our preparation for heaven, and our job performance here will become our resume up there. It is important to remember that while earth may be our training ground, heaven is our home court!

                                                     Blessings, The Deaubé Family
Life is like a voyage; sometimes there is smooth sailing and sometimes there are storms. We all want smooth sailing without storms, but storms are part of life; they test our character and prove if our faith is genuine."I will Praise you in the Storm" is a heart-warming story of a brother's and sister's love, and their battle with an incurable liver disease from birth. Their only hope is a liver transplant that is in its early experimental stages. Experience the emotional roller coaster ride and discover the joys, heartaches, and struggles as their family copes with the uncertainties of this terrible disease.

Intense and sometimes painfully transparent, this extraordinary journey of faith invites you to follow along as Stephen and Holly Deaubé fight to stay alive in expectation of transplant. Learn how this family finds peace and strength as they enter each new storm.

"I will Praise you in the storm" is a deeply emotional and spiritual story of God's grace and peace in the midst of the struggle and loss. This true-life story will not only uplift your spirit, but it will send it soaring.

- About the Book
Holly and Stephen
Promotional Videos and Articles
-About The Author

Danny is a writer and author. In his new book “I Will Praise You in the Storm: The Story of Stephen and Holly Deaubé, a Journey of Faith” (published by WestBow Press) author Danny L. Deaubé chronicles the challenges of raising children with terminal illnesses.

“I Will Praise You in the Storm” is about one family’s struggle with two children born with a fatal liver disease and their ultimate goal to keep them healthy for a possible liver transplant in the near future. The book describes their journey of faith and gives hope through trials, suffering and death.

Danny and his wife, Bonnie, are the parents of four children: Donald, Stephen, Holly and Dustin, and four grandchildren. Danny enjoys retirement, the great outdoors, working with his hands and writing. Danny and Bonnie were born and raised in Long Beach, California. They raised their children in Lakewood for thirty-five years. He retired after thirty years as a bricklayer and moved to Oregon in 2007. Danny resides with his wife in Monroe, Oregon, and they are active members at First Baptist Church, Junction City, Oregon.