Mary E. Lewis, is a published author for nearly forty years, ten of those years were as a master locksmith and author of her book “The Lewis Cross-Reference Key Blank Directory”, (1980) and featured writer for National Locksmith Magazine with “Back to Basics” articles (1981-82). Ms. Lewis states, "I have not had the privilege of trade school or higher education. What I've accomplished has been by listening, faith, and work to gain the experience. I earned the right to the title of master locksmith and author in the locksmith trade and in my Christian faith."
From 1980 to present, Ms. Lewis has written and published many Christian articles and at least 30 books, some are no longer available, usually because their content was incorporated into other books now in publication.
Her goal in Christian writing is to bring each reader into a deeper personal relationship with our Creator by being of one mind and heart in the Spirit of YaHavah through the shed blood of Jesus Christ. Ms. Lewis believes that one mind in the Spirit means there should be no diverse doctrines or Bible disagreements among faithful Christians.
Ms. Lewis states, “Perhaps it is time for the Church at large to start an aggressive deprogramming and begin again with the fresh words of Jesus Christ given to him by his Father. We must remember that Jesus was a monotheist Jew whose Elohim and birth father was YaHavah (YHVH). Elohim is an epithet of deference for "one" and the word God is not plural."
Ms. Lewis believes her real education is in 38 years of training in YaHavah’s Word (after the age of 40). Her path to her ministry in YaHavah’s Word was long. When she was 10 years old, YaHavah told her that healing would come through her hands. When she was 25, a visitation of the angel of the Lord showed her the reason for YaHavah’s promise to her. When she was 40, she learned about YaHavah’s greatest opponent of His promises and received Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior. Now, sixty-eight years after her first call, Ms. Lewis is confident that YaHavah’s promise to a child of 10 will ultimately bring many to a deeper understanding of Jesus Christ, YaHavah, and end time prophecy, freeing them from the deadly words of false prophets in shepherds clothing. "These are my credentials as a Christian writer. The proof is in the fruit."