Laura Sobiech tells the amazing story of how God used
her son''s battle with cancer to touch the lives of
"Okay, Lord, you can have him. But if he must die, I want it to
be for something big. I want someone''s life to be changed
This is what Laura Sobeich prayed when she found out her
seventeen-year-old son had only one year to live. With this
desperate prayer, she released her son to God''s will.
At that point, Zach Sobiech was just another teenager battling
cancer. When his mother told him to think about writing good-bye
letters to family and friends, he decided instead to write songs.
One of them, "Clouds," captured hearts and changed not one life but
millions, making him an international sensation.
But Zach''s story is not just about music. It''s a testament to
what can happen when you live as if each day might be your last.
It''s a story about the human spirit. It''s about how God used a
dying boy from a small town in Minnesota to touch the hearts of
millions-including top executives in the music industry, major
music artists, news anchors, talk show hosts, actors, priests and
pastors, and school children across the globe.
Zach once said, "I want to be known as the kid who went down
fighting, and didn''t really lose." Fly a Little Higher is
about how God used Zach to do something big.