“There is no passion to be found playing small - in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living."
-Nelson Mandela


Financing Adoption with Fundraising

RELEASED APRIL 2017

Read more about Financing Adoption with Fundraising here.

From Adoption.com:

"In 30-pages packed with valuable insight and personal experiences, Brenner first walks readers through deciding whether fundraising is a good option for them.

Next, she explores dozens of creative fundraising opportunities that have been tried and tested by other adoptive families.

Throughout the pages, Brenner answers common concerns about families looking for financial help with affording the adoption process."

 

 

 


WHOLENESS DESPITE THE BROKENNESS

A WORKBOOK FOR BEGINNING THE PROCESS OF LOSS + GRIEF

Released february 2017

Read more about Wholeness Despite the Brokenness here.

From award-winning journalist, Shelley Skuster:

"Natalie’s self-paced workbook walks readers through their individual grief journeys with biblical references and prompts to reflect, learn and grow from their past pain. It offers meaningful insight for anyone who has felt broken, confused or hurt by their past or present life experiences."

Popular blurb from the book:
“To fully embrace the goodness in life, we must enable ourselves to feel the bad. Experiencing the beauty of joy requires us to acknowledge our losses, and any sorrow it may bring. It is in the extreme of these experiences that fullness is found. Admitting how hard something is grants us the power to heal."

"An e-book that helps you begin the process of acknowledging the losses in your life, big and small. Everyone needs to work through this."

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LAUNCHING September 18, 2017

This Undeserved Life: Uncovering the gifts of grief and fullness of life by Natalie Brenner

Inside this book, we touch on various losses...some being: church trauma, community loss, the loss of health, miscarriage, the loss that accompanies adoption and foster care, birth trauma, and more.

Read more here.