About Madelon Maupin
Although Madelon Maupin's academic background includes both undergraduate and graduate degrees in Biblical Studies, it is probably her 35+ years in business and her strong emphasis on written and verbal communication that give BibleRoads its "punch." Madelon spent 15 years in the newspaper industry, cultivating a commitment to highly focused, content-rich presentation and a strong research background. Over the next 20 years she headed a leadership consulting firm in Los Angeles, where she worked with some of the film industry's top firms and developed a capacity for clear, direct verbal communication. Ever since closing her consulting firm, it has been Madelon's joy to focus full-time on BibleRoads.com, which allows her to combine all of her skills in the talks and workbooks she presents on Biblical topics. Madelon's goal is to help others unlock the Bible in a non-denominational way so that they can discover the Scriptures' spiritual meaning and application to their lives. By delving into the history, politics, geography, customs, and culture of all the Biblical periods and books, she aims to enable readers and listeners to dive deep into these subjects themselves so they can find their own spiritual answer.
I have been so inspired by Madelon Maupin’s Bible teachings these past few years, first in person and then by zoom. They give me much appreciation, gratitude and inspiration for the Bible, the patriarchs, prophets, Christ Jesus, Paul, the disciples and more. Learning about their teachings, examples, healings and overcoming of every possible challenge and obstacle and the timeless truths revealed is priceless!
Wonderful message! Just a note- “encouraged by the Daniel-defeats-Goliath nature of the Bible’s books and stories” should be David-defeats-Goliath, right?
Our sword is needed! This immediately reminded me of the interesting art in Mary Baker Eddy’s home! I had read there was a statue of David standing on Goliath’s head. I did an internet search and found a picture of one of the statues that are still available online, which I include here.
Interesting topic to consider in our times! Thanks, Madelon!