Dena Dyer is a writer, speaker, teacher who has written eight books and hundreds of articles.
Dena went through soul-crushing depression after her oldest son was born and knows how debilitating that can be. In her interview, she gives practical advice on how she coped and then overcame that depression.
Depression can rob you of your joy. Dena shares how you can replace the lies you may be hearing in your mind.....with the truth that will free you from depression.
If you need practical advice on how to recover from pain and deep hurts, you must listen to Dena share. Click the arrow below:
Wounded Women of the Bible - Finding Hope When Life Hurts is a book about
imploding relationships, incapacitating losses, injurious personal mistakes - whatever the issue, the wounds are the same - equally deep and devastating.
Dena "gets it" and shares her own experiences as well as others who experienced the deep pain before healing.
She delves deep into the shared emotions and injuries that women of all ages have in common -- and moves readers toward their recovery.
No matter what hurts you've experienced, Wounded Women of the Bible proves that God understands and wants to bring healing.
Click here for Let the Crows Feet & Laugh Lines Come! Grounded in faith and practicality, each chapter contains strategies and pointers for finding joy in the challenges presented by the aging process.
is a book that will give your marriage encouragement and hope if you find that the once endearing, charming, and distinct qualities that once attracted you to your spouse are now a source of stress and conflict. In sharing humorous, personal stories from both the male and female perspective, husband and wife writing team Carey and Dena Dyer will help you discover that a fun, resilient, fulfilling marriage can be realized through hard work, forgiveness, God’s grace, and a sense of humor. Learn how to strengthen your marriage with these fifty-two conversational meditations that begin with scripture, end with prayers, and include practical action steps to develop a deeper connection with your spouse.