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Brooke Brown


"I write and tell all kinds of stories so other people may also be encouraged to find their hope and higher purpose in God’s presence, beyond limits.”

Welcome to Wheels2Wings!

I am a lover of Jesus, people and words who writes, speaks, acts, dances, creates and always dreams. It just so happens I do it all wheels due to having cerebral palsy. Besides my Faith, I have two core passions and beliefs that I want to share with the world. First, I strive to help others discover the power in their own stories, so they can cultivate hope, emotional healing, and new opportunities, while advocating for acceptance. Secondly, I believe EVERYONE has a God-given purpose for their skills, talents, and gifts; no matter their physical or mental limitations. This site will give you a glimpse into my books, my ministry, community involvement, along with the individual consultations, group workshops and presentations I offer. Please contact me with any questions or to book an event. I hope I can be a blessing to you!

My Story

Brooke Brown and has been a storyteller for as long as she can remember. She earned a bachelors degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from the Walter Cronkite School at Arizona State University where she received the Walter Cronkite Outstanding Undergraduate Award. She is the author of The Little Butterfly Girl, the Transforming the Heart of YOUR Story workbook, and a devotional titled ADAPT. In addition, she is a speaker and contributor for Dr. John Trent’s, and an actor and playwright in Theatre 360 acting troupe. Brooke has been asked to speak at many community events, sharing her life experiences with cerebral palsy to inspire others who are facing profound life challenges, using an augmentative communication app on her phone. She is fully able to speak, but the spasticity in all her muscles makes her natural speech more difficult to understand. However, Brooke has a passion for using her storytelling skills in the service of others. Therefore, she also runs a creative storytelling ministry called Brooke's Butterfly Touch, which aims to teach storytelling techniques from a Christian worldview in order to inspire hope and healing from hardships, while eliminating stigmas and misconceptions of people with disabilities. In conjunction with her own ministry, Brooke enjoys serving the community at Highlands Church, where she leads a biblical support group for adults with physical disabilities. And in 2021, Brooke also became a ministry partner of Joni and Friends Arizona as a speaker in their disability ministry training program.

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