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Brenda Warner is a speaker, philanthropist, and New York Times best-selling author. She is the mother of seven children, a registered nurse, and a marine. But most of all, she is a storyteller who candidly shares her struggles in hopes that her life experiences can help other women. Brenda is also vice president of the First Things First Foundation, an organization she co-founded with her husband, NFL player Kurt Warner.
The thing I really like about this book is that she was real in it.
Her story provides encouragement for anyone facing life's challenges and shows us that our circustances don't tell us who we are, nor are they a measure of God's love.
Brenda's Warner's story is well written, captivating, and INSPIRING.
A great book that is hard to put down. Brenda went through a lot but kept her faith. What an inspiration.Published 1 month ago by Jeanie Anderson
Couldn't put it down! Inspiring, riveting and so raw! Amazing commitment to family.Published 2 months ago by JJ
Wow , what a book. Brenda went through so much but kept her faith. She seems very down to earth and I read this book in one day it was so good. Thank you Brenda!!Published 3 months ago by Sherri Nurse
I was told by a friend I should read this book if I wanted inspiration - not disappointed. What the Warner family endures is something else. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Conniek Germini
I first saw Brenda at a Women of Faith event in my town. I loved her speech and felt the genuine person behind the words. Read morePublished 7 months ago by JVarang
This was an interesting book about Brenda Warner's life before and after she meet Kurt Warner. I can only suppose she told her readers truth about her life.Published 9 months ago by Susan Hodges
Brenda wrote right from the heart, leaving out no emotional or physical trauma. It's amazing how we see successful, beautiful people and don't realize the stories behind their... Read morePublished 9 months ago by q402
I thought it was a little self-serving. She became the victim and blamed everyone else for her problems. I remember when Curt Warner was the staring quarterback for the Rams. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Joyce Churchwell