Deb Brammer

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Deb Brammer is the author of seven 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 Hi Sandy. Thanks for the encouraging words. I've been writing this kind of book since 1994, though this is my first adult fiction book. I'm working on…moreHi Sandy. Thanks for the encouraging words. I've been writing this kind of book since 1994, though this is my first adult fiction book. I'm working on the sequel to Broken Windows and, all going well, would like to publish it in another year or so. You might want to check out my website/blog (http://www.DebBrammer.com) or my Facebook Author Page (http://tinyurl.com/DebBrammer-facebook ) My book Edges of Truth: The Mary Weaver Story, reads like fiction but is the true story of an innocent caregiver who was accused of first-degree murder.(less)
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…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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Is God in Control?

Every day we scroll through Facebook and other social media to find out what’s happening. And what reward do we receive for our faithful commitment to the news? Full term abortions, gross immorality, violence, corruption, rape, hatred—news so bad that we have to screen it when children are in the room. That … Continue reading →
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The Kindle edition I read of this included only John Paton's life before the mission field in Scotland and his experiences on Tanna, an island in the New Hebrides, now known as Vanuatu. Written in the nineteenth century, this autobiography did not ha ...more
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Basically this was a well written mystery. The characters were interesting and the plot really turned the pages at points. Two things made it less compelling to me. Taylor is a Christian from a childhood conversion who has never grown much spirituall ...more
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I quit reading this one at about 30%. The whole situation isn't a good fit for a Christian fiction. To fulfill the conditions of a will, Tyler and Kate were required to live together in the same mansion with just a housekeeper. They couldn't ever be ...more
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I enjoyed reading this book. Alexis is an unbeliever, a lawyer who, due to an urgent situation, was persuaded to teach law in a small Christian college without divulging the fact she was not a Christian. Yes, that situation was a bit implausible. Luk ...more
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I enjoyed this book which I bought in a collection. The protagonist was pretty and wealthy, but not self-obsessed. She often wore no makeup and a sports team t-shirt. The romance was not based mainly on physical attraction, but godly character. Both ...more
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I love the fact that this is a love story between a man and his wife in which trust has been broken and love needs to be rekindled. This is a basically well written story of flawed Christians who need to turn their marriage around and get back to a c ...more
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The basic story line of this book was good, but the writing was clumsy in places and got progressively worse as the book went on. The ending seemed unbelievable, partly because it came very suddenly with no lead up to it. The author didn't build to a ...more
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The basic story line of this book was good, but the writing was clumsy in places and got progressively worse as the book went on. The ending seemed unbelievable, partly because it came very suddenly with no lead up to it. The author didn't build to a ...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.”
Deb Brammer, I Survived!: 5 Bible Characters Who Survived Disasters

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