Debra A. Davis (Author)

Official website

Living in Freehold, New Jersey, Debra Davis is a proud loving mother to her two sons and six
grandchildren. Debra graduated from Brookdale Community College in May 2007, earning a
certificate of achievement as an entrepreneur.

Mrs. Davis has also obtained a degree in Biblical Studies from the Monmouth Bible Institute.
She attained an Associate’s Degree in Ministry as well, graduating on June 4, 2016.
In January 2016 Debra was licensed by her Pastors Hosie and Ruth Scott of Foundational Truth
Bible Study Ministries as a Minister

She graduated with a Bachelors Degree of Divinity in June 2018
Her plans for the future have led her to pursue a life in ministry as she has returned back to
biblical seminary. She is currently trying to earn a Masters Degree in Ministry from the Eastern
Bible Institute and will graduate in 2020.

The ultimate goal for Debra is to go as high as she can in pursuit of a Doctorate in Theology. Her
greatest passion is to help heal the wounds of people who have been through traumatic and
stressful experiences and help them find healthier perceptions of themselves. She also wants
them to strengthen their relationships with other people so that they can see themselves as
peaceful, complete, whole, and safe individuals.

Her interests include traveling, reading, being with her family, and preaching the gospel. Debra’s
favorite scripture is Ephesians 3:20: “Now unto Him who is able to do exceeding abundantly
above all that we ask or think according to the power that worketh in us.”
In November 2009, she ultimately published her memoir entitled, “My Daddy, the Devil, and
Me.” The book generated great reviews and was also featured on the Christian Broadcasting
Network (CBN).

Minister Davis was the recipient of Sarah’s Daughters Women Award for “People Who Make a
Difference” at the annual Domestic Violence Women’s Conference in October 2012.
In March 2013, she also received an award from the Ocean County’s National Association for
the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Chapter in Women’s History Month, honoring
the brave women who performed extraordinary deeds in the community.
She has also been the owner of “Angels in Your Home” for more than a decade. In addition, One
of her favorite activities is visiting the inmates at the Monmouth County Jail, bringing them hope
as she facilitates Bible studies.

Debra is also a member of the Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network (RAINN) in Washington,
DC. People may see her in commercials—the survivors series—on a few television stations that
include the Turner Broadcasting System (TBS), USA Network, and PBA, as well as on


Log in to comment