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Hi! Unfinished Bride

"The Unfinished Bride is a two-fold journey for me, growing in both being a Bride for marriage and a Bride of Christ. They are synonymous of each other because honestly you can't be a Bride for your spouse without the other and be successful. I call it "unfinished" because it is a constant maturing and learning. Being a Bride is loving the way God loves, which is a supernatural act; outside of your comfort zone, adjusting to something that does not come naturally. It's forgiving and understanding while at the same time discovering who you are and what you need in the process. Marriage is by far one of the hardest relationships to endure, but it is the most rewarding, revealing and loving union two people can make. It is definitely not for the weak in emotions, faint of heart, or the immature."

 

 

 

Natarsha Hall had been married for 21 years, not at all perfect or all happy years but a better person because of it. She is a mother of two, young adults; a son and daughter. She was born and raised in Florida and relocated to Texas. She is a Certified Belief Therapist and currently enrolled for her Master's in Psychology at Texas A&M. Her early career began in Higher Education in which she is still employed after 25 years. Her mission and calling is with the hurting and abused. She is the Director of Strategic Planning with Alive at Last and serve as a Board Member of Exodus Ministries. Each week she is pouring into souls as a small group leader and mentoring. 

“The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me." Matthew 25:40

"The title Unfinished Bride ironically states that I am no expert that has perfectly defined how to be successful in relationships. However, I have found out that knowing that, keeps me open to learn what God's Word says about how we should be in relationships and open to hear the wisdom of those that have been through the different stages of dating and marriage and overcame life's challenges."