If you sometimes wish you could let go of the frenzied, urgent, exhausting way you live your life, don’t miss Brenda L. Yoder’s captivating book, Uncomplicated.

–Carol Kent, author of He Holds My Hand and When I Lay My Isaac Down

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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.

Jen L.

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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.

Darron S.

Find out how Brenda meets you right where you are. 

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

Bonnie Emmory

Event Planner, Speak Up Conference

Uncomplicated The Book

Preorder Uncomplicated: Simple Secrets for a Compelling Life

Fledge the Book

The book for parents raising and releasing. 

Balance the Book

For moms in the busiest years of parenting. 

Life Beyond the Picket Fence Podcast

Join Brenda for the Life Beyond the Picket Fence Podcast

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Speaking

Have an event coming up? Consider having Brenda be your keynote speaker.

About Brenda

Click to find out more about Brenda and her ministry.

Media

Watch Brenda’s interview on The Harvest Show

Teaching Kids about Life and Death

Teaching Kids about Life and Death

We had newborn fainting goats born at Picket Fence Farm during the week of Thanksgiving. Baby goats are some of the cutest animals. They are not wobbly and scrawny like calves and are just the right size to be deemed adorable. It's not uncommon for goats to have...

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