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to Life Beyond The Picket Fence

A place where you can rest. 

A place where we are real. 

When I met Brenda. I was immediately struck by her authenticity and transparency. While Brenda has accomplished a lot by the world’s standards, it is her willingness to let God’s light radiate out of her own brokenness, trials and hardships that makes her message beautiful.

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Hearing your keynote address, you helped reverse a train of stress that was almost out of control. I hung on your words and clung to them in the week. You took my hand and lead me back into sight of the Holy Spirit.

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“Brenda Yoder is a gifted communicator who truly connects with her audience. She is warm, engaging, and knowledgeable. That’s hard to beat.”

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Giving Yourself Grace

Giving Yourself Grace

A young mom, I laid sobbing on our couch in our basement. It was my reaction to a comment I received that day which validated feelings of unworthiness and unacceptability. I laid there, loathing myself. It triggered feelings I had as a teenager with an eating disorder...

The Changing Faces of Community

The Changing Faces of Community

Community means different things to me. I live in the community in which I was raised, one where everyone knows your name. There’s safety and familiarity in knowing those around you, in others knowing where you’ve been and to whom you belong. I experienced community...

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