In Women Are Spiritual Bridges, Bren takes the reader through her very troubled childhood, family and marriage relationships. Through reading the Word of God, coupled with counseling sessions from a female remnant of God, she came to understand that it is only through redemption that a woman is able to renew her mind, thereby making her conscience captive to the Will of God. Without this transformation, it is impossible to please God or make a perfected change. Bren came to know that if she lived the Word by faith, love and devotion to others, she could become a Spiritual Bridge. After years and years of struggle in the world, she finally turned to God.
By making Jesus Christ, Head of her life and Head of her household, Bren crossed a spiritual bridge out from under the Old Testament Law of Sin and Death (the old covenant), into the New Testament (New Covenant) Spirit of everlasting life. As a Spiritual Bridge, she was then able to take seriously the Great Commission in which Jesus said, "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age." (Matthew 18:18-20)
As Spiritual Bridges, Bren believes that it has been granted to Women of God, the right to suffer for Christ's sake (Phil. 1:29). Yet, when she suffers, if she faithfully represents the message of Christ thru word and example, the fruit she will bear in herself and in others will far outweigh the cost. If she endures, her afflictions will seem light compared to the glory she will receive with Christ.
According to her faith, Bren came to understand that she had been given a most unique mission; to spread the Gospel to those closest to her - her own family. She was able to claim all the rights and privileges afforded her in the offices she occupied as "wife" and "mother." Through the most trying of circumstances, God saved both she and her spouse and also resurrected the marriage.