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Why We Do

What We Do

No one is exempt from grief. Nobody should have to face grief without hope. 


Breathing hope back into the grieving heart.


Our Story

Realizing that everyone will face grief at some point in the span of their life, we wanted to connect people with the right resources to face this difficult journey.

Breathe Hope Twenty-Four, Inc. was born out of a family tragedy in March of 2022. Our son, Noah Lane, faced an unknown diagnosis that eventually took his life after five months of fighting. When we lost our child, we turned to our support systems: God, our families, our church, and our work families. We also sought out help to face the daily agony of our loss. Even in spite of the support systems we did have, we wished for more resources and help. 

Breathe Hope Twenty-Four, Inc. came out of our desire to meet people where they are in their grief journey and to close the gap for those that do not have support systems. The grief journey is not easy, and there is no quick fix or simple solution. We simply want to breathe hope back into the lives of those hurting by providing grief resources and connecting individuals through grief retreats.

TJ and Nichole both graduated from Clarks Summit University in Clarks Summit, PA. TJ graduated with a double major in Communications and Theology. Nichole graduated with a double major in Counseling and Theology. TJ and Nichole are involved in their church, Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, and are involved in music ministry, nursery, and youth ministry. They reside in Ohio with their son, Carter Lane.

II Corinthians 12:9


Our Why

The only lasting solution for grief is HOPE

We attribute any sort of healing or hope we've experienced through this tragedy to our relationships with Jesus Christ. Having faith doesn't take the pain away, but it gives purpose and a long-term hope to the pain that we feel. We feel strongly that grief and loss forces people to face life after the grave, and because of the Gospel, we have hope in life beyond the pain. The Gospel and the Bible are our ultimate guiding authorities. 

The Gospel:

  • None of us are good in and of ourselves. We are each sinful beings who deserve nothing but final judgment and death. 
  • God, pursing a restored relationship with each of us, sent Jesus Christ to the earth as a substitute for the payment of death that we would need to pay.
  • Jesus gave his life, died on the cross, was buried, and was resurrected three days later. Jesus conquered the grave and put an end to eternal death so that those who believe in Him have final hope beyond this life. 

If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead you will be saved. For with the heart one believes and is justified, and with the mouth one confesses and is saved.  Romans 10:9-10