About

Debra is an upcoming new and exciting, passionate writer in the area of inspiration, empowerment, and self-help. She is also the founder and CEO of Believing to Knowing, Inc. She was born in eastern North Carolina in 1971. She attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and studied Social Work and Sociology. She also has a background in banking in the area of financial management and bankruptcy. Her passion for writing started when she was in her early teenage years and have evolved as she herself grew. She is a mother, writer, mentor, and motivational speaker. Most of her writing is God-inspired and based on her life experiences, her observations, and a wide range of topics related to improving your inner self. These writings are richly equipped to provoke positive, progressive change in her readers, similar to a mini-self help workshop. They will make you laugh, cry, think, enable, inspire, equip, change, and refocus your mindset and thought processes.

Watch out!   Sobering thoughts, self made quotes, a day in the life of Debra herself. Her writings are jam packed with random thoughts, nuggets, God inspired blogs, and observations…mixed with her own experiences by way of trials and various opportunities birthed out of challenging situations. Most of all blogs that make you go hmmmm…I never thought of it that way! Freedom to live…freedom to write…let it roll…

Inspiration, creative writing, general observations, you name it.

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7 thoughts on “About”

  1. Chris Atkins said:

    Please explain what you mean by Beleiving to or (2) Knowing?

    • Good afternoon, Mr. Atkins. Thank you for your question. I’m going to try to keep this short, I can be long winded. When I say believing to knowing. I mean as far as my knowing Christ. I used to be a believer in Christ born again worshipper and follower. But know through many tests, trials, situations, circumstances, etc I have learned to go from not just believing him, but knowing him. My walk and my personal relationship has went far passed just believing in him. He has done so much for me…things that I know man can not take credit for….he has brought me from a place of depression, low self-esteem, issues in life, and trials that could have taken me out. But his love, compassion and the relationship I have with him has taught me how to believe in myself, and to teach others to overcome and follow Christ. I want to teach people to GROW from just believing in God to knowing him in all that I strive to do, write, teach, and minister.

      Thank you!

  2. Robert Walton Jr. said:

    This is very positive and true.

  3. Robert Walton Jr. said:

    Do you have any writings/books that I can purchase?

    • Good evening Mr. Walton, thank you for reading my postings. I am truly honored and humbled to you as a reader of my work. I am currently working on my book and I hope to release it in December or at the latest January/February. My prayer is to work as the Holy Spirit leads so that I can deliver as he directs me to. Again, I do want thank you for your honest feedback and I encourage you if you having been blessed or see the “knowing” in my work that you share it with others as you see fit. My ultimate goal is to walk God’s people from an area of believing in him to knowing him without a doubt. In addition, to empower them to grow in their trials and come into a healthy place to help others in their arena. Please continue to pray with me as I gleam in his word for hidden treasures and revelations that pertain to practical everyday living. I will keep you posted on my progress.

      God bless you,

      -Debra

      • Robert Walton Jr. said:

        First of all, I would like say that your postings are excellent and very positive. I would also like to congragulate you on publication on your book(s) in advance. God is good all the time; all the time God is good.

  4. Robert Walton Jr. said:

    Oops, mispelled word (congragulate). Of course, it should be “congratulations”.

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