Deborah is an author, columnist, and educator. She writes on practical topics of personal finances and Christian living. A regular contributor to three magazines, she has published more than 160 magazine articles. Credits include Gospel Herald, Campus Life, Ignite Your Faith, More To Life, Crosswalk.com, and CBN.com.
Blessed with a rich family heritage, she adds personal anecdotes, unique insights, and biblical concepts to her writing. In her books and articles she also challenges readers to think of their relationship with the Creator of the universe.
Deborah writes so others can take control of their financial future and have financial peace of mind. Her avid interest in psychology and finances has led her to write how even our smallest decisions can lead to our success or demise. She has observed and researched how people’s lives can be affected by poor money decisions.
Deborah Nayrocker holds two degrees, graduating with an M.Ed from Indiana University and a B.A. in Education and Psychology from Bethel College, Indiana, with honors.
She is a two-time winner of the Writer of the Year Award from American Christian Writers Association. She received the Best Nonfiction Award from Mid-Western Christian Book Fair. As an educator she received the Citation for Special Achievement in Curriculum Development.
Deborah is a graduate of the Speak Up Advanced Seminar and Toastmasters International.
Publications Deborah has been featured in include: Midwest Book Review, Small Press Bookwatch, Wisconsin Bookwatch, Crosswalk.com, Design for Ministry, Living the Solution, The Indianapolis Star, Journal Gazette, Chronicle Tribune, South Bend Tribune, and others.
She and her husband have two adult children.