Books

Lost & Found

Lost & Found, Lyne V Reider (Front Only)This is an incredible true story of overcoming depression, childhood abuse, and the death of loved ones. This book has touched the lives of many. And it will touch you.

When My Dady Died, I...

When My Daddy Died - Front CoverK.J.’s best friend, his father Nicholas Reider, died when K.J. was only seven years old. K.J. captures the memories he cherished with his dad and hopes that other children will cherish them too, by finding ways to remember and celebrate their loved one. It is K.J.’s hope that other children will find strength in one another and help each other sort through the complex emotions of losing someone you love.

Lyne Reider Foundation

The Lyne Reider Foundation is a 501(c) 3 non-profit corporation.
All donations are tax deductible. The Lyne Reider Foundation can provide funds to help cover food, gas, utility bills, a child’s activity fees, lessons, clothing, rent or a house payment and many other needs to grieving families and children.

  • “Sad as the loss of Nicholas is, I was very moved and uplifted by your story, your straightforward way of speaking the truth and sharing your love for God and family. For an entire afternoon you had my rapt attention, taking me through ups and downs, making me laugh and cry sometimes at the same time. Your story has lingered with me since. I know it is not over. I do hope to read more of your writing or hear you speak sometime soon.”

    Suzanne Alexander M.D

    “Lyne is a passionate woman of God. She takes to heart what the Bible says about “the older women teaching the younger.” Her love for the Lord, her obedience to God’s Word, and her own life experiences of pain and healing have helped her influence the lives of many young women. She is truly a godly woman that is impacting the next generation for Christ.”

    Green Bay Packers Hall Of Famer, Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila

    “Nick was an example to me and showed me how to be a family man. He showed that when it came to his family, he would put himself second and let nothing stop him from providing them with what they needed. And he always did it the right way. The way a godly man should.”

    NFL & Razorbacks Player, D.J. Williams