Debra A. Newell


Dr. Debra A. Newell is, among many things, a mother, worship dancer, intercessor, inspirational speaker, writer and healer...

I have always been a writer, but did not remember so until a couple of incidents merged. Writing became a tool for healing after my own trauma and attending a writing conference where I first wrote about the trauma itself. The opening served as a catharsis for finding my voice on the written page. During the process, I moved into a smaller home and went through all kinds of things that I had carted around for years - only to discover very good writings from back in high school that I did not even remember writing. Subsequently, I felt lead to share the writing process with other women in a variety of venues and formats. The rest is history, as they say....though the adventure continues in very exciting ways!

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You Are More
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 50,920. Language: English. Published: August 2, 2017. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Christian Life / Personal Growth, Nonfiction » Inspiration » Spiritual inspiration
Readers will be delighted with the entertaining presentation and heartfelt conveyance of memorable phrases keying in on wisdom applicable in everyone's life.
A Strand of Pearls
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 34,800. Language: English. Published: November 1, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Spiritual inspiration
A Strand of Pearls Seven women, seven lives. Five of the women share about deceit, brokenness, abuse, trauma, hopelessness – and God’s grace, healing, redemption, restoration, and transformation in their lives. One tells about walking away from a fatal automobile accident and the knowing that God has plans for her life. The seventh woman shares about God’s loving faithfulness.

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  • Women Of Strength - A devotional to improve spiritual & physical health on Dec. 24, 2012

    Whether one is a novice at exercise, or just a little rusty, readers will find the organization and tips throughout to be useful and at times humorous. If one takes the exercise instructions seriously, adding one new exercise per week, by the time you have read the book, you have a full-blown killer routine down. The multi-faceted, real human being perspective to health that Kimberly incorporates – physical, mental, emotional, spiritual – is a refreshing change from a more main-stream approach. Readers of all ages, though primarily adults will enjoy this book. Kimberly writes with a good understanding of challenges faced by those who do/would like to regularly exercise. Take time to read this refreshing how-to book. By Debra A. Newell, BS, MS, PhD Author and Creative Director of “A Strand of Pearls”