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Authors Showcase Featuring Debra L. Atkins and Robert Leon Davis

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Join us for this special one hour show featuring Debra L. Atkins and Robert Leon Davis. Debra L. Atkins is a minister of the gospel as well as an aspiring playwright, actress, director and a producer, and published author. Writing and producing gospel plays is the ministry that God has given to her to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ. She has written and produced over 60 one-act and full length gospel stage plays, sketches, skits, poems, and short stories for a number of years. Working Together as One Productions, was founded in 1989 with the help of her family members and close friends. Many of her plays have been performed in local churches, and in the surrounding Houston area. She was blessed to be able to publish a short story "God Is Looking For Praise, When We Celebrate Holidays." She is a very special woman of God, and her ministry is to create a spiritual atmosphere through drama that will touch the lives of those who the church has missed. Robert Leon Davis was a street kid from a tough community. Raised on the brink of poverty, he and his siblings often went hungry, but with the help of a family in the neighborhood, he beat the odds and studied criminal law at Loyola University and joined the New Orleans police department in 1975. He began his career with aspirations of being a great cop, but before long he was exposed to a darker side of law enforcement. One compromise led to another, and Davis soon was caught and faced a substantial prison term. Cops in prison don’t last long. He fled. Davis found himself a fugitive, living off the land in remote forests in the United States and Canada to elude capture. For over twenty years he hid, becoming an expert survivalist. He might still be running, but through a stranger’s prayer the angry atheist realized he was weary of hiding. Slowly he yielded his life to God and eventually gave himself in.