Debbie Mayer2019-03-07T10:29:12-07:00

Debbie is an inspirational speaker and author. Debbie and her husband, Joe, lost their three daughters on New Year’s Day of 2004. They were on the way to be bridesmaids in their older brother Joey’s wedding, and were killed in car crash. Because of this she is passionate about bringing others into an eternal perspective. She does this especially with the redeeming power of God’s love in her story. Debbie has found lasting healing through intimacy with Christ. God has touched Debbie and Joe in their brokenness and continues to lovingly guide them forward. His love steadily heals their shattered hearts through the power of the word His Word. As a result, Debbie shares these truths, principles and songs on this website and in her book, AFTER THE CRASH – GRIEVING WITH HOPE IN LIGHT OF ETERNITY.

Debbie and Joe were married in 1980 and currently live in Shoreview, Minnesota. They enjoy spending time with their son Joey, daughter-in-law Bree, granddaughter Vivien, along with other family and friends. Joe and Debbie believe God has called them to comfort others with the same comfort they have received from God. They feel privileged as partners in laying a foundation of God’s love into the hearts and minds of others to encounter the comfort of God’s presence. In conclusion, they believe it is crucial to discover and respond to God’s truth and love to be empowered to accept and walk out our unique stories no matter what the circumstance brings. To know God’s love is to embrace our eternal destiny. “But our citizenship is in heaven. And we eagerly await a Savior from there, the Lord Jesus Christ.” (Philippians 3:20).


Gain an eternal perspective for your journey as you read Debbie’s Monthly Perspectives and Blog.
She shares from her heart insights and lessons learned along the way.


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“We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; but rather, we are spiritual beings having a human experience.”
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin