Loma Moser is a reader, a writer and a runner...an addict of early mornings, strong coffee and books she can't put down. She is a mother of three who writes to "get real" about life's struggles with faith, fear, grief, forgiveness, and the love of Jesus Christ.
She began her writing career with Scripps Howard News Service at the Vero Beach Press Journal in the late nineties before moving to Brevard County in 2002. She graduated from University of Central Florida’s Burnett Honors College in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology degree. THIS NO ONE is her first book.
Loma lives in Palm Bay, Florida with her husband Danny, and their Great Danes.
“come walk with me. i never said it would be easy, just that it would be worth it” -Quinn Tyler Stinson 11:55 pm…Florida Highway Patrolmen pounded on the front door, setting in motion every parent’s worst nightmare: Bad motorcycle accident. Dark. Raining. Hit-and-run driver. Quinn died instantly…A mother’s life crashed into the reality of […]
“I ordered my copy of This No One before my Family’s summer trip to my parents’ cabin in Tennessee. I cried my way through the Smokey Mountains, but what a fantastic read. In fact, my bookmark was a tear-filled napkin-(many happy tears along with sadness!) Not only does Loma’s incredible journey of living life with her first-born son as an angel show her strength as a mom, but also as a Christian. This is one of those books that ANYBODY can get something good and real out of, no matter what is going on in one’s life! I’m so happy I read this book and am forever grateful to Loma for sharing her story and honoring Quinn!”
– Allison Voltaire
“The author, Loma Moser, and her husband recently shared their tragic, yet hope filled story at a conference I attended. Though I had not lost a child, I had lost my husband in Viet Nam many years ago and could relate to many things in their story- the knock at the door, the disbelief and anger and unforgiveness. The conference was held two days before the anniversary of my husband’s death which is often an emotional day anyway. But this year I had been struggling for a few weeks with a stronghold that had been affecting my relationship with God, yet was unable to identify just what the stronghold was. As I listened to their story, memories came flooding back and along with them the name of the stronghold. When the conference was over, I had them pray with me and I could feel the release as they prayed. However, God wasn’t
finished with me yet. Over the next few days I read parts of Loma’s book over again, along with scripture and was able to allow God to remove the stronghold and restore my relationship with Him. As other reviewers have said, this is a powerful story of a mother’s loss of her son, but the book has intrinsic value for anyone who has suffered a loss, experienced grief for any reason or unforgiveness of self, of God or of someone who has hurt them. I will be sharing this book with friends and family and am eternally grateful for Loma’s willingness to tell her story.”
– Marylyn H.
“Let me preface this review by saying that most books lose me halfway through the first chapter. This book is the exact opposite. I couldn’t wait to turn the page and experience Loma’s vividly raw disciption of her journey through pain, sorrow, healing, forgiveness and a return to joy. The loss of a child is a pain that no one should ever have to experience, but even in this darkest hour of her life, Loma was blessed to feel the arms of her loving God as He worked to heal her pain and dry her tears. This book is a must read for anyone who has experienced any type of loss in their life or knows someone who has suffered the same. If you are struggling with unforgiveness, I implore you to dig in to this book and witness Loma’s battle and subsequent victory with this disease that is killing our world. God is Truly Great!”
– -Danny M.
“Read this book if you carry the sorrow of losing a child or you struggle with unforgiveness. This book will change the way you view life. This is Loma’s journey but so much can be used in this book to change lives. It is a Must Read book.”
– -Bonnie Peters
“I had to set this book down on several occasions (which is the opposite of what author’s want to hear). The reasons were because Loma is more then an author, she is a Mother and to hear her real life story of unspeakable sorrow will cause the hardest of people to respond on an emotional level that demands some deep introspection. The bravery, the transparency, the authenticity, the tragedy, the way you get lost in the pages of a Mothers love for her son gripped me in a way that very few stories ever have. You are brave, you are strong, you have allowed God to use you through the darkest of nights to bright light into the world in a way that only he can do through an honest soul like yourself. Thank You 10,000 times!”
– -Ethan Sansoni
“I had been looking for a book like this one for a long time. When my grandson died unexpectedly we could not find a book to comfort and encourage us like this one does. This mothers story helps to understand and accept that death is not the END of the story.I will recommend this book to anyone who loses a loved one.”
– -Artie L.
“This is a great book and true story that could really happen to anyone. This book describes everything we all will at some point experience in our lifetime: unspeakable sorrow, (the loss of a loved one) and impossible forgiveness (anyone who has hurt us). Loma was able to pull herself out of the darkest days of her life as a mother losing her child and how she fully relied on God during this time of sorrow. This book is truly inspiring and I could not put it down. I read it within a day of picking it up and I would definitely recommend reading it!”
– -Kelli R.
“If you need to be reminded that it is never too late to start again-or where God is in the midst of any parent’s greatest nightmare-be encouraged by one mother’s journey to forgiveness. Heartfelt, honest and engaging.”
– -Newlie Long, Minister of Education and Families, First Baptist Louisville, MS
“Loma’s book is an example of encouragement to those wanting to understand a loss, yet surrendering to God’s perfect will and asking Him: How do I move forward?”
– -Tracia Jungkurth, PhD., Christopher Ministries Founder, Author of “Lord, why am I still here?”
“This is a story of a mother’s heart wrenching anguish…a peek into her journey from the depths of unimaginable grief. God can change hearts-this story proves it! A must-read for anyone who has ever struggled to forgive.”
– -Barb and Dave Folkerts, Associate Pastor, Calvary Chapel Melbourne and Authors of Balance at the Speed of Life
by Loma Moser in General
Check out this short clip from Danny as he shares his thoughts on Skillet, Appreciation and finding a burden in our hearts for Forgiveness!
by Loma Moser in General
Yesterday I found myself Celebrating Independence, although not exactly as expected on the Fourth of July. It was only the third day in a month that I was able to sleep eight hours, so by the time got up, walked our two Danes and made breakfast, it was late morning. My husband and I listened […]
by Loma Moser in General
I never considered laundry to be much of a faith-stretching activity. I mean it’s not as if loading clothes into one machine, pushing buttons and later moving them to another machine is difficult. Rote, boring and tedious in the folding/hanging stage? Sure. But the only faith needed is in the ability of the washer tub […]