Merlian News Podcasts Spiritual Healer, David L. Cunningham

In 1990 David L. Cunningham was a captive of Saddam Hussein for 100 days during the Gulf War. He was one of many “human shields” strategically placed in prisons adjacent to the Iraqi military’s armament facilities. Prior to this time he made his personal peace with God and pledged to use his spiritual healing “gifts” to heal others if and when he was allowed to live and be released from captivity. David Cunningham worked with a medical doctor who was an HIV specialist.

David’s reputation for healing reached the international actress Hayley Mills, daughter of Sir John Mills. It was Ms. Mills’ incredible life-altering experience that launched David L. Cunningham’s career on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.

In this interview, David talks with Merryn Jose about his extraordinary life experiences and his work as a healer.

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While working at the prestigious Hale Clinic in London, David Cunningham healed people from all walks of life, royalty and commoners, alike.David L. Cunningham has been an accredited Healer Member of The National Federation of Spiritual Healers.


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