Dawna DeCorby is an Indie writer of Christian topics, such as apologetics, healing, spiritual inspiration and faith development. Her preference is to write short discussions of faith as she is of the opinion that the truth is apparent and if presented properly that many will see as common sense.
Reasoning faith should be free of bias, but direct, and as such she emulates the type of discussion in her work that she has had with many in one-on-one situations.
In "Obtaining a Miracle", Dawna has held this same discussion over the past 25 years, helping individuals of all persuations reach out and obtain their requests from Christ. The proceeds from this piece will be directed toward her mission to build the Father "a place of worship" as requested in thanksgiving for her own miracle at the age of 8.
It is Dawna's desire to do a series of short faith discussions and pursue her dream to promote her faith as a full time writer. She lives in Regina, Canada and can be reached at the following email address:
on April 18, 2014 :
Now and then it still astonishes me that some people believe $cientology is a religion, and not the international crime syndicate that it is. The writer of this pamphlet falsely believes the crime syndicate is a religion ("cult," which means "religion") even though all of the evidence shows it is not a religion, but a hyper-abusive marketing scam. The writer's calling $cientology a religion is just as silly as calling the Italian Mafia a religion.
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