For quite sometime, the Bible has been referred to as the Living Word. Now that means the words in the book, although written thousands of years ago, still apply to our lives today. It still has purpose and meaning. Chris Hough understands exactly what that means."I know my redeemer lives," Hough said. "At the last he will stand upon the Earth."His redeemer spoke them just this morning in the pulpit. You see, Pastor Chris Hough had planned to preach about Job, the man who had it all and then had it all taken away. He planned this on Easter Sunday.The day before there was a wedding. Hough showed images of his son Hayden, 15, taken at that wedding. The video of the fun loving teenager showed some of the final moments of his young life. "He was really kind," friend James McClean said. "Doesn't get better than that, really. Caring, always cared about people."Less than an hour after this last dance of the wedding, Hayden was killed in a traffic accident. The boy who loved to golf and wrestle his brothers was gone. "We wake up, look at each other and weep," Hough said. "Throughout the day we weep with each other." Yet, in the deepest darkness Hough and his wife Cayla say they have found peace in the ancient words of Job. "Naked I came into the world and naked I will leave it," Hough said. "The Lord gives and the Lord takes away." He gives and takes away. Words cried out by a hurting father, thousands of years ago, and they still touch the human heart today. Giving parents like Hough and Cayla, the hope that someday they will see there son again. Maybe, that's why they call the Bible, the Living Word.