Mary DeMuth

Mary DeMuth is literary agent, international speaker, podcaster, and she’s the novelist and nonfiction author of nearly 50 books, including 90-Day Bible Reading Challenge (Bethany 2023). She loves to help people re-story their lives. She lives in Texas with her husband of 32 years and is the mom to three adult children. Find out more at Be prayed for on her daily prayer podcast with 4.5 million downloads: For cards, prints, and artsy fun go to Find out what she’s looking for as a literary agent at

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Is past trauma affecting your marriage? Mary DeMuth shares survivor stories to bring hope for overcoming past wounds. View Show Notes →
Dealing with the aftermath of sexual abuse? Mary DeMuth shares her story from shame to joy, proving lasting peace after trauma is possible. View Show Notes →
Feel misunderstood by your spouse, facing things alone? Mary DeMuth examines how women in the Bible shouldered their need to feel heard. View Show Notes →
How do you handle harsh comments? Author Mary DeMuth shares her story, reflecting on speaking out about abuse despite hurtful reactions. Is sharing worth it? View Show Notes →
Ready for the best of FamilyLife Today 2023? FamilyLife President David Robbins, his wife Meg, and Shelby Abbott recall this year's Jesus moments. View Show Notes →
When adult children's decisions don't match your values, it's downright painful. Author Mary DeMuth offers ideas to navigate with transformative love. View Show Notes →
Parenting wayward adult children: It can feel awkward, embarrassing, delicate. Author Mary DeMuth helps you know when to speak or listen—and avoid meddling. View Show Notes →
Mary DeMuth shares her experience in parenting wayward adult children, offering insights and guidance for navigating challenging relationships. View Show Notes →
Anthony Thompson and Mary DeMuth tell their devastating stories that require heroic--ongoing--forgiveness. View Show Notes →
Is forgiveness the answer to your bitterness? View Show Notes →
God can redeem a troubled past. View Show Notes →