Brooke’s Butterfly Touch: Creative Storytelling Services is a Christ-centered communication and community building ministry, founded in October 2014 and will soon be applying for nonprofit (501c3) status.
Brooke’s Butterfly Touch: Creative Storytelling Services (BBT) strives to help others discover the power in sharing their own stories with their chosen community and/or audience in order to cultivate hope, emotional healing, acceptance, and new opportunities.
BBT aims to implement personal storytelling techniques to:
- Develop better communication methods for one’s experiences and abilities to create new opportunities, personally and professionally
- Inspire hope and emotional healing from hardships, while promoting a participant’s sense of purpose
- Eliminate societal prejudices, stigmas, and misconceptions of those that are differently-abled and/or face profound adversity (mental illness, disease, abuse, tragic loss, etc.)
BBT seeks to offer training, tools, support and create a forum for anyone wishing to encourage others by illustrating the higher purpose in their struggles and other life experiences, using the various forms of storytelling. This will also serve to highlight an individual’s skills and talents; heightening visibility beyond any physical or mental limitations.
Your donations will help supply the necessary workshop materials, pay for event spaces, and eventually fund the opening of Brooke’s Butterfly Touch Creative Storytelling Studio; a loving place where people of all walks of life can gather, connect, and create to discover the hope of God’s purpose and power in their experiences.
Please give as you feel led. Anything is a blessing!
Brooke Brown likes to be thought of as “an ink weaver of life, faith and fiction” because her passion is sharing all types of stories that bring Glory to God and inspire audiences. She’s the author of The Little Butterfly Girl; a blogger, coach, and speaker at Dr. John Trent’s Strong Families ministry; a writer for Autumn Magazine; and a creative project editor. Brooke is also an advocate for people with disabilities through acting in Theatre360, serving as Co-State Coordinator for the Ms. Wheelchair Arizona program, and sharing her life experiences with cerebral palsy at many conferences and community events.