The Survival Course Syllabus: A Life Reconstruction Manual helps you work through your personal issues in the comfort and privacy of your own home without feeling self-conscious. Dixon offers 10 tips on how to survive - and 10 tips on what to avoid. The Mishandling of Brokenness: Breaking the Cycle of Discouragement is a powerful work that advises you on how to heal from a broken spirit and soul. Black Issues: Spiritual and Social Ills analyzes how blacks can handle the responsibility of "emotional, family and religious" changes that affect their daily lives. All three books are available at Amazon.com.
"So many of us are or have experienced some life-changing event," says Dr. Dixon, a minister with a Ph.D. in counseling who has advised families and couples for nearly four decades. "I know so many people who need help, but don't know where to begin. I write from the perspective of someone who knows the pain - and have devoted my life to counseling people to overcome life's challenges."
Dixon, a native of the eastern Maryland Shore town of Cambridge, has traveled around the U.S. and the world preaching, teaching and lecturing. Since he was a teenager, he has been inspired to get into the ministry. He is founder of the Miracle Revival Center Ministries Worldwide, Inc., based in in Bridgeton, NJ, just west of Ocean City and the Fairhaven Christian Ministries in Richmond, Va. During his illustrious career, he has traveled to 39 states and eight countries spreading his spiritual message and opening schools of ministry.
The father of five adult children and seven grandchildren has survived four heart attacks over the years so he understands how to deal with adversity. "I know all about personal, spiritual and emotional experiences,"
To contact Dr. Dixon for interview or speaking appearances, contact Neil Foote, email@example.com, 214.448.3765.