Natasha Grantz Ministries2020-10-08T03:34:00+00:00

Natasha Grantz Ministries Natasha Grantz Natasha Grantz Hello, I'm Wife, Mother, Author, Artist

“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?

An adopted biracial child, Natasha Grantz grew up facing identity struggles, teen pregnancy, tragedy, and much more. Due to experiencing these trials (and overcoming them), God has given her a burning desire to speak His hope and wisdom into a lost and hurting world.

Most of all, she’s passionate about sharing the transforming love of Christ through her gift of writing. Natasha published her first book, A Changed Heart, in August 2016. Originally written as a personal letter to her late boyfriend and father of her eldest child, A Changed Heart openly welcomes the reader into her journey through grief, which eventually turned into a new life of redemption and forgiveness. Her story was featured on CBN’S 700 Club. Her new book, The C.U.L.T.U.R.E Challenge, was released in October of 2020 and is now available on Amazon as well.

But first and foremost, Natasha is a follower of Christ, dedicated wife, and fierce mama bear. Her favorite things in life are spending time with her family, enjoying nature, and observing God’s handiwork through her children’s eyes. In addition, she loves being silly and greatly appreciates a good sense of humor in others. When she’s not busy writing or engaging in family activities, she enjoys expressing her creativity through various forms of art.

More About Natasha


See what’s new in Natasha’s Blog! (Why would she name her blog “No Words”? Click here to find out.)

Why “No Words”?

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

The Most Precious Gems – My story of healing post-abortion

Like many of us, I’ve been through various trials in my life.  When it comes to adoption, teen pregnancy, racial (and sexual) identity issues, and plenty of other things I’ve been there.  Some seasons were easier than others, and some left bigger scars.  And although each trial provided some incredible gleaning opportunities, it all feels

Dear Kanye West

I loved your 2004 hit song, “Jesus Walks.”  I didn’t know why and I didn’t know Jesus... but, there I was listening to it over and over again as a young, very lost teenage girl.  There was a particular passion, desperation and hope in your voice that resonated with me because I too, struggled under

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