“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord… – Jeremiah 29:11
“For I know the plans I have for you…” – Jer. 29:11
Who is Natasha Grantz?
Natasha Grantz is an inspiring speaker and author. She gives her authentic self to the audience as she shares her story of loss and redemption. Her journey begins when she is 15 years old and pregnant. When her son’s father was shot and killed in her 5th month of pregnancy, Natasha began writing letters as a way to process her grief. In 2015, Natasha revisited those letters and published a book that shares her journey from the depths of her sorrow to discovering the redeeming love of Christ.
NATASHA’S BOOK: A CHANGED HEART
Sharing this letter was very difficult for me being that it’s extremely personal. Although it was written many years ago, the process of doing so required me to step completely outside of my comfort zone (which I don’t do often). As I typed each word and reminded myself of the bigger picture, I prayed for every set of hands that will ever come in contact with this book. I may or may not know you personally, but yes, I’ve prayed for you. God sees you, He knows you and He loves you so much more than you could ever even imagine. That’s all it takes. Therefore, I’ve asked in His name that any needs of yours be met and that you will be blessed in ways that ultimately lead you into a deeper relationship with Him.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT “A CHANGED HEART”
“This book is a poignant story of a 15 Year Old’s journey through a tragic loss. Tragedy and triumph you will experience as you read these pages. The raw beauty of this story is that Natasha clearly allows us in to her world, she did not make this story “pretty” it shows her vulnerability as we intimately get a view of her anguish and grief through her eyes. By the end of the book, you’ll definitely be moved to tears of joy and your spirit will be renewed with hope. You will move with her, in to peace, not peace of the world but in to His peace that surpasses all understanding. I personally know Natasha, and she is as beautiful and candid as she is portrayed on these pages.”
I plan to share this beautiful testimony of how God can deliver us through challenging situations and was with us all along. Natasha is a creative writer even from the age of 15! This book is easy to read through and powerful in its depth of raw honesty and therefore deeper connecting ability with the reader. Buy more than one as there will likely be more than one person you will think of afterwards that could be blessed and brought closer to hope in the face of seeming adversity with this beautiful life affirming testimony. The cost is so minimal given the fruit it can yield. Why hesitate?
See what’s new in Natasha’s Blog! (Why would she name her blog “No Words”? Click here to find out.)
So why would I name my blog “No Words”? Why would anyone name a blog that? After all, a blog is filled with words, right? Well, here’s the backstory. Lately, I’ve been thinking about how much I love to write. I’m not the best writer in the world, but I do believe I’m gifted and
Okay, so I’m a big fan of Pinterest, but I’ll let you in on a little secret. My DIY craft projects don’t always come out looking nearly as amazing as the ones on there. *Gasp*… but Natasha, you’re so crafty. I know, I know. But hey, it has to stop somewhere right? I’ll give you
I went through old photos back in November. The snapshots of me and my husband’s lives before we met were all mixed together in one giant storage bin. Despite the fact that we didn’t have any ancient “throwbacks” of us two in there, it still felt right… seeing all of our individual memories blended together
Just a heads up…this isn’t some cliché letter about how I love you anyway despite the fact that you don’t like me (although I do). Instead, I want to tell you … I get it. Yes, that’s right - I said I understand. Just hear me out. A few months ago, I was driving home.