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Debra Evans

Debra Evans

Debra Evans is known for her speaking and writing on a number of topics of interest to women. She has been a presenter and featured speaker at numerous women's conferences, meetings, and retreats through diverse church-related and nondenominational ministries. Her topics have included "Soul Satisfaction," "Nurturing the Mother-Daughter Bond," "Women of Character," "The Image of Beauty: Christ in Us," "Discovering Our Gifts," "Grandparenting: The Shoes No One Else Can Fill," "Trusting in God," "Who Am I?," "The Discipline of Disillusionment," "Empowerment vs. Surrender," "A Woman's Choice: Opening Our Hearts to Children," and "Welcoming Your Husband."

Debra has also published a number of books. Some of her recent titles include Blessing Your Husband (Focus on the Family Publishing/Tyndale House Publishers, 2003); Soul Satisfaction: For Women Who Long for More (Crossway Books, 2001); Without Moral Limits: Women, Reproduction, and Medical Technology (Crossway Books, 2000); The Christian Woman's Guide to Childbirth (Crossway Books, 1999); Women of Courage: Inspiring Stories of Faith, Hope, and Endurance (Zondervan, 1999); and The Christian Woman's Guide to Personal Healthcare (Crossway Books, 1998). Debra's articles have been featured in Focus on the Family magazine, Christianity Today, Christian Parenting Today, Virtue, PCA Messenger, Walk Through the Bible, Living, Today's Better Health, Aspire, and Clarity.

Debra has been a featured guest on Focus on the Family with Dr. James Dobson along with the Focus program hosted by Janet Parshall, Renewing the Heart (Kindred Hearts and Without Moral Limits; infertility issues). She has also been a guest on over 400 other radio and television interviews, including appearances on these nationally syndicated programs: Janet Parshall's America, At Home Live, The 700 Club, Life Today with James Robison, Aspiring Women, Point of View, Truths That Transform, CBN, and various programs on the Moody Broadcasting Network.

Debra and her husband, David, have four children and two grandchildren and live in Austin, Texas.