Who is Natasha Sapienza?


What am I about?

I am extremely passionate about relationships. I’m particularly passionate about teaching women how to guard their hearts so they don’t get trampled on, how to respect themselves by setting certain standards, and to know what the Perfect Man thinks of them so they’re encouraged to not settle for a destructive or just mediocre relationship.

Who in the world am I?

I’m a Christ-follwer, wife, writer, actress, and singer. I’ve written a few ebooks, Kiss A Frog, Miss the Prince and
I Get What I Want, and I’m currently working on the second book in a fantasy trilogy with my wonderful prince. Sir Jonathan (we just celebrated our three-year anniversary), and I also make videos on relationships. I serve in children’s ministry as a teacher and theatre director at a non-denominational Christian church.

What I hope you get from this blog:

I pray that you ladies will be inspired to wait on the man God has for you, and to grow in your own personal love-relationship with Jesus.

What to expect:

A post a week on purity, modesty, dating, courting, marriage, and growing more in love with God.

Wanna get familiar?

Here’s a few of my top posts

“You’re not the same man I fell in love with”

3 essentials to staying pure before marriage

“If you love me, you’ll have sex with me.”-Your boyfriend

And I’ve also written a few eBooks:

Kiss A Frog, Miss The Prince

I Get What I Want

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If using a mobile device, just scroll to the bottom of this page and click “amen, girl!” If using a pc, just visit the side-bar.

A little more about me

I’m Cuban, twenty-seven-years-old, and have unfortunately had 53 boyfriends. But, by God’s grace, I met my prince at age nineteen and got married by twenty. I have an adorable cat named Harmony and a lemon beagle named Leo. I’m from Miami and I’m currently residing in South Florida.


If you would like me to speak at your church or event, feel free to email me at betterthanedward(at)live.com, of if you would like advice or for me to write a guest post on your blog.

Twitter: @NatashaSapienza
Instagram: NatashaSapienza
Facebook: Facebook.com/NatashaDSapienza

11 thoughts on “Who is Natasha Sapienza?

  1. Megan Talley says:

    Natasha ,
    Thank you for letting God use you in putting your life and advice for singles out there for the world! I’m 21 years old and single.. its been a year since I almost married the wrong person . I am just thankful I finally listened to God and broke it off. Since then God has called me to the prison ministry and I teach the ladies in the prisons when I can. It is amazing how God has helped me in the past year; yes, I have had tough times but I know that God has my prince out there somewhere… I just have to keep my head up and keep going.

    Also, I have a question ? I was wanting to know when you got married and how you met your husband?


    • betterthanedward says:

      Thanks so much for your comment, Megan. I’m so glad you were obedient to our Father. He has your best interest at heart. It’ll be three years on September tenth that I’ve been married to Sir Jonathan. I met him in person (we spoke on the phone once and texted a couple days before meeting) on March 4th 2009. Before meeting, I had been fully satisfied and joyful in my singleness for this first time in my life. After I surrendered my heart entirely to Jesus on Feb. 22nd 2009, I had begun to pray shortly after for a prophet to be placed in my path because although I was no longer heart broken, I would get “signs” about two of my exes that led me to think either one of them was possibly “the one.” I met the prophet no more than a week after praying for one, and the first thing he told me after only giving him my name was, “The Spirit of the LORD told me Satan has been confusing you in the area of relationships but God said He’s going to make things clear for you very soon.” Before I left the prophet, he said again, “Very soon.” My sister was in Broward College at the time taking Drama and she began telling me about this boy in her class that she, “felt God wanted me to meet.” I didn’t take it seriously. I was so in love with Jesus, I didn’t care to meet a guy or be in a relationship. My sister was insistent, so me and Jonathan planned to meet at her show on March 19th. But God had other plans. Me and Jon started texting about God (at the time he was very Catholic), so I invited him, my sister, and his brother to my non-denominational church, Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale. Both of our siblings didn’t show, so the first time me and Jonathan met, we visited Church together. The connection was immediate. We started on a fast track and became bf/gf on March 9th. Four months later, God intervened because we were doing it wrong lol. We were dating, not courting.

      Here’s a blog where I share how I knew Jonathan was the man the Father wanted me to marry.

      Know your worth,


  2. Nashiluni says:

    God bless you Natasha! Thank you for sharing so much. I am more conservative than many of the people in my family in many ways. I take life seriously . . . . Sometimes too seriously. God has been teaching me so much through you! Thank you for being His vessel.
    How do you make sure you stay courting and do not start dating? How do you tell the difference?
    Thank you!

    • betterthanedward says:

      Oh my word, I just saw this! Please forgive me, Nashiluni. Praise God for using this blog in your life. I think a good book that explains courting is Choosing God’s Best. However, an easy way to ensure you’re courting is 1.) Put God first and build a friendship. Honor God by maintaining the utmost purity, that is, treat each other as you would a brother or sister. Serve together, do church together.

      2.) never be alone in private. Always meet up places, don’t ride alone in cars—set boundaries.

      3.) have a godly couple or pastor know about your relationship and meet with you at least once a month.

      Much love to you!

  3. Mary says:

    Dear Natasha:

    I stumbled on your site (God works in mysterious ways, doesn’t He?) when I saw an article about that little girl model. What a sad thing that her parents are allowing this child to be photographed in such a horribly sexual way. Why not allow her to be a child – childhood is so fleeting as it is. And you are so right- the effect of not allowing a person not to have a childhood does have dire consequences. But that’s not why I’m writing to you, but thank you so much for being the voice of reason in a world that’s in such a moral mess. You truly are the voice of reason. I look forward to reading more of what you have to say. I support you and admire your bravery – Christians are under such attack – the devil is raging. God bless you and thank you again.

    Sincerely, Mary

    • betterthanedward says:

      That’s great, Mary! Thanks so much for your encouragement. I’ve been so caught up with our first child and pre-production for a film we are working on, I haven’t wrote much 😔 I miss it and definitely pray He’ll fill me again with words to share, and the time to share them! Much love to you!

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