I am just so thrilled to have Beth Wiseman with us this week on my blog. We were both debut authors at Thomas Nelson Publishing at the same time, and quickly became fans of each other’s work. Her books took off quickly, and she is now a best-selling author.
Don’t forget to leave a comment with your email address on the blog and be entered to win a free copy of her latest release, The Promise! We will announce the winner next week. Click HERE to read the interview.
Although Golden’s primary genre is historical fiction, and she holds the conviction that biblical truth can be conveyed powerfully through that genre, she has also been a Bible teacher for over 40 years. Spiritual Spring Cleaning, published by BoldVision, is a result of her years in ministry both as a pastor and founder of Matters of the Heart Ministries.
THIS MEANS WAR! Every woman knows that a fierce inventory of her home is necessary once or twice a year to keep it in top operating condition. If that inspection is neglected, the household becomes cluttered, dusty, grimy and things begin to deteriorate and even break down. Spiritual Spring Cleaning compares and contrasts the inventory we take of our physical surroundings with the necessary periodical inventory of our spiritual lives. Questions and discussion points are provided at the end of each chapter, and are formatted for either personal or group study. Release is scheduled for the Spring of 2015.
Welcome to the newly redesigned website of Golden Keyes Parsons. Golden is the author of the highly acclaimed Darkness to Light series. She has been nominated for several awards, including the ACFW Book of the Year and she is also the founder of ‘Matters of the Heart’ ministry. As you visit this site, she would love to hear any comments or questions you may have. Please visit her Golden Moments Blog to join the discussion or contact Golden directly. Nothing brings her greater joy than for her readers to become her friends.
“I just finished In the Shadow of the Sun King, and promptly ordered the next 2! Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for using your gift of writing, but more than that, writing Truth. The fact your story is based on something your family actually experienced drew me in, and your storytelling is my favorite kind of history lesson:) (and I was a math teacher!!) I believe one of the best ways to strengthen ones’s faith is to look, even if temporarily, through another’s eyes and struggles. Maybe, just maybe, I could take Him at His word that He is real, He is in control, and His loves endures all things. Be blessed in your obedience! And know you’re up there with Francine Rivers, Lynn Austin, and Liz Curtis Higgs:) Thank you for taking me deeper.” –Letter From a Reader
“I just finished reading the Darkness to Light Series. I could not put them down!! The 3 books touched my heart…Thank you for your brilliant writing and for sharing God’s love with your readers!” –Letter From a Reader
“The Christian influence of your book has been to me like going to church and listening to a wonderful sermon…” — Letter From a Reader
“A mentor of mine once told me that the foundation of ministry is to maintain faithful presence in your sphere of influence. What a sphere of influence you have through your books!…I forgot to mention the 9 year old I watch after school has ADD and dyslexia. He saw me reading (‘In the Shadow of the Sun King’) and asked about the story. So, as I finished a chapter, I gave him little summaries. He could hardly wait to get home from school to ask what I had read the night before without him! Long story short, this story gave him an incentive to find literary adventures of his own and is (miraculously) not fighting me to read and practice anymore. It was also a jumping point to discuss faith, which eventually lead to Him accepting Christ one afternoon during our time together. What an extraordinary blessing!” — Letter From a Reader
“I’m writing from Finland, Europe. Your book ‘In the Shadow of the Sun King’ has been translated into Finnish as well and I bought it as a Christmas present for my mother in a Christian book shop. It seemed like a fascinating topic for a historical novel. I just finished reading it myself and…I have to say it’s definitely one of the best books I’ve ever read! It’s amazing, so captivating and exciting and very well written, simply excellent!! The only bad thing was that the story ended too soon…” — Letter From a Reader
“I am sitting in bed with flu in Oxford, UK and have just read your novel, ‘In the Shadow of the Sun King’ in two days. I couldn’t put it down; the research is spot on, the characters are totally sympathetic and believable and the whole plot is beautifully conceived. I particularly like the way you so skillfully weave the threads of teaching about true faith as oppose to religiosity into the story without making it contrived. It is a book that I will pass on to my friends, Christian and non-christian alike…” — Letter From a Reader