Deborah DeArmond

Deborah DeArmond

4904 Wedgeview Dr.
Hurst, TX 76053
817-283-1108
Contact Deborah:deborah.dearmond@gmail.com

Bio: Deb’s first book, Related by Chance, Family by Choice, was published by Kregel Publications in November 2013. She’s discovered herself caught up in the wonderful world of writing and has been surprised and delighted in the new call God has placed in her heart and on her life.

Deb’s passion is family relationships, and it’s the focus of her writing. Her first book is the story of two women who love the same man: moms and the girls who marry their sons. Transforming the relationship between mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law is possible when grounded in the word of God.

Abingdon Press will publish Deb’s next two books, both on the topic of marriage. I Choose You Today: 31 Choices to Make Love Last will be released in December 2014. Book three, Don’t Go To Bed Angry, Stay Up and Fight, on marital conflict will follow in December 2015.

Deb has been published numerous times in Lifeway’s Mature Living magazine and is a contributing writer for WHOA magazine for Christian women, which is distributed internationally.

Her blog Deb DeArmond/Family Matters explores marriage, grandparenting, in-law and extended family relationships and the quandary of parenting when the kids are all grown up. Books in the pipeline include trying her hand at fiction, all under the same banner of family and the fun and frustration it brings.

Deb is an experienced speaker who has trained others to face that giant for more than 25 years. Her experience includes special events and banquets, retreats and even fundraising events for Christian women and families. You can discover more about her speaking ministry through her website listed above or contacting her at deborah.dearmond@gmail.com

Deb is wife to her high school sweetheart who showed her the path to become a Christ follower 39 years ago. Mom to three incredible sons. Gigi to four perfect grandboys, with another on the way! But Jesus is her favorite, and the others have learned to live with it. Deb and her husband Ron, live in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.