Deb Brammer

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Deb Brammer is the author of nine fiction books, one memoir and a Bible study books, and a variety of ministry resources. The Art Mystery Series features her three most recent novels. She and her husband have served as church planting missionaries since 1978. They served 16 years in Taiwan and have served since 1998 in Invercargill, New Zealand. Deb's first book, Peanut Butter Friends in a Chop Suey World, has been printed seven times and has been used by mission agencies to prepare missionary kids to go to the field for the first time.
Deb offers many free ministry resources on her website. This includes ESL Bible studies, church programs,and puppet scripts,which have been tested in her ministries.
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Deb Brammer I’m working on the third in the Keyhole Mysteries with a working title of "I Scream." It deals with Destiny, a child prodigy in abstract art who achie…moreI’m working on the third in the Keyhole Mysteries with a working title of "I Scream." It deals with Destiny, a child prodigy in abstract art who achieves sudden fame at the age of six. Jordan becomes her agent, though he's not convinced her work is worthy of the attention it's getting. The book deals with issues like these: How can you judge abstract art objectively? Is abstract art bogus? What role does marketing play in a Christian's desire to serve God with art? Jordan is forced to divide his time between his young client, his fiancee, his job, and solving the mystery.(less)
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Teaching Christian Kids about Gender and Racial Issues

Parents need the support of the church more than ever today. When children go to public school, they especially need the church to back up good teaching. When I was in high school evolution was the big problem. Textbooks taught evolution as if it were fact. In most museums and national parks … Continue reading →


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I'm adding to this review as I finish each one of the 10 novellas for my own reference.
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In enjoyed reading this book, second in the series. Joe's a fire fighter and Sarah's afraid of fire, but God brings them together. She's an architect and her knowledge as such helps the police solve the crime. As in book one, this book has a Christia ...more
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This book is packed with action and suspense. It deals with child trafficking in a sensitive way, without too much detail in what the girls are forced to do. There is a lot of gun play and a number are wounded or killed, but this book doesn't give gr ...more
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This was a good read. There is some immorality portrayed, but no graphic details. It deals with forgiveness, integrity, and how to respond to people when one is falsely accused. I appreciated that fact that, when Mac and Savannah get a second chance ...more
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“Circumstances that weigh you down and obstacles that block your path are God's way of building spiritual muscle. Shortcuts and escape routes won't build the stamina you'll need to complete the course.”
Deb Brammer, I Survived!: 5 Bible Characters Who Survived Disasters

“Many people ask: "Why does a God of love allow bad things to happen?" Few people think to ask, "Why does God continually give good gifts to people who don't thank him or care about him?”
Deb Brammer, I Survived!: 5 Bible Characters Who Survived Disasters

“If today shows no results, that doesn't mean the past wasn't working or the present isn't working. It just means we see only part of the picture. Faith believes God is working in every part of the process.”
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