Speaker Bio

Natalie Ogbourne is a one-time seasonal employee and lifelong visitor to Yellowstone National Park who finds that pondering life outside helps us press on well inside.  A storyteller who believes that finding our way in wild places helps us navigate the walk of faith in our civilized spaces, she is known for using the biblical imagery of the natural world to bring scriptural truth to life and connecting what we know about the outdoors with the terrain of the heart.  She speaks and writes to encourage others to pause, ponder their path, and press on.

Natalie Ogbourne is a brilliant speaker who can paint a picture with words and put you right in the setting she is describing. She knows God’s Word and can teach it on a level that can be understood easily and she helps you see it in a way that you can apply it to your own Christian walk. 
~ Mardi Peasley, Women’s Retreat Facilitator, Madrid Evangelical Free Church


One Session:

  • For When the Path is Dark 
    (Psalm 119:105)
  • Formed and Transformed
    The potter, the clay, and the making of a vessel (Isaiah 64:8)
  • Nine Words You Don’t Want to Hear on the Trail {and Six You Do}
    Following, arriving, and obtaining the prize
  • The Rocks! The Rocks!
    Perspectives on God’s power and our circumstances (Psalm 18)
  • What’s in a Wing? 
    Eagles wings aren’t all the same. What that means for us in light of Isaiah 40: 28 – 31.

Three Sessions:

  • Fire, Faith, & Fruit 
    An exploration of the purposes of trials in the life of faith. (Romans 5: 1 – 5)
  • Those Who Wait 
    Perspectives on waiting, mounting up, and soaring(Isaiah 40: 28 – 31)

A Sample:

Natalie pondering life outside and offering encouragement to press on. Burning Off Last Year’s Junk.  (Facebook Live)


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