After an unusually cool spring and month of June, our typical Texas summer has come in with the fireworks of the 4th of July this past week. But those of us who have grown up in Texas, are used to it, and we get through it every year. Some may feel like the fireworks fly when it comes to the Q&A time after one has delivered one's talk. Well, I have a confession to make …
In this collection of four novellas acclaimed author Golden Keyes Parsons delves into the lives of four nameless women from the Gospels–the woman caught in adultery, the woman at the well, the woman who anointed Jesus's feet, and the woman who touched the hem of His garment.
Discover through the eyes of faith and fiction how women—trapped, alone, broken—yet who ventured boldly into the path of Jesus…to leave forever changed.
Golden Keyes Parsons writes historical fiction, and is also a popular speaker. Her highly acclaimed Darkness to Light Series chronicled the journey of French Huguenots. His Steadfast Love isa Civil War novel set in Texas. You can contact Golden at www.goldenkeyesparsons.com.
Golden Keyes Parsons here in Central Texas wondering if the cold weather of this winter will end anytime soon. We have had several cycles of freezing degree nights swinging to 80's during the day. I don't ever remember the weather fluctuations being this varied and long lasting before.
Greetings from Golden Keyes Parsons here in East Texas on a drizzly, cold January day. I am always delighted and excited when I am on my way to a speaking engagement, but with the weather we’ve had the past few weeks, along with the rest of the country, I’m rather relieved I don’t have to travel anytime soon.
So let’s continue with the last of our Speaker Don’t’s: