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In Dixey's autobiography you will learn how by faith he hitchhiked 5,000 miles, smuggled Bibles through the communist Iron Curtain, helped purchase a 420 passenger Italian cruise ship, saw instantaneous healings to prayer and exorcism, became an Army Chaplain, deployed to Iraq and many more adventures following God.

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In 'Marked by Miracles' Chaplain Behnken shows how you can:


  • Know your Creator more intimately.

  • Believe in God’s possibilities for you.

  • Apply God’s promises in life experiences.

  • Strengthen your faith in God’s principles for miracles.

  • Recognize God’s patterns to change your own future.




Chaplain Behnken earned a Master of Divinity degree (Magna cum Laude) at Asbury Theological Seminary who inducted him into the Theta Phi Theological Honor Society in 1984. He received a Master of Science degree in Marriage, Family and Community Development at the University of Maryland, College Park in 1991. 

He was a Clinical Member of AAMFT (American Association of Marriage & Family Therapy). He is an ambassador for Mully Children’s Family. They have four grown children. They settled in Tennessee.


Appreciation for MARKED BY MIRACLES

I found an allure about Marked by Miracles, particularly because Dixey is so real in telling the stories that contain wisdom and life beneath their lines. Each entry is laced with both subtle and transparent lessons from a man’s journey with God, and God with the man. Dixey’s compilation of experiences will help you recognize the purposeful ways and wondrous works of the Faithful One, who weaves together a life message from threads of grit and grace. A must read for anyone exploring their own faith or considering Christian ministry.

-Rear Admiral Brent W. Scott, Chief of Chaplains, U.S. Navy

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