News & Reviews

Paula Writes for Citizen Magazine

Paula Writes for Citizen Magazine

Paula's article, "Different Pathways," appeared in the Focus on the Family publication Citizen, in April 2013. Here's an excerpt. In April 2014, Brittany Maynard’s oncologist told her she had six months to live, due to an aggressive form of brain cancer. Maynard, 29,...

Paula on Bridges TV Show

Paula on Bridges TV Show

Middle Tennessee-based author and playwright Paula K. Parker returns as a guest on Bridges, the flagship talk show on WHTN, the Nashville affiliate of the Christian Television Network (CTN), to discuss her latest novel, Sisters of Lazarus: Beauty Unveiled. "Author...

Flint Hill School Performs Pride & Prejudice

Flint Hill School Performs Pride & Prejudice

Why would anyone marry if not for love? This is the question that faces the audience throughout Flint Hill School’s production of “Pride and Prejudice.” This complex and philosophical narrative explores the flaws of Georgian society, while also alluring the audience...

Day by Day Covers YHWH

Day by Day Covers YHWH

In a world where Children are probably more familiar with Harry Potter than Jesus, it’s often hard to encourage them to read the Bible in its traditional form. YHWH introduces the wonderful Bible stories to them in a way that captures their imagination YHWH is based...

Big Bible Recommends YHWH

Big Bible Recommends YHWH

This month, my friends, I want to recommend YHWH by G.P. Taylor and Paula K. Parker. In this fairly short book the writers retell the Old Testament stories in a modern and accessible manner. I found that reading YHWH really helped me to get a grasp of the long thread...

Interviews & Reviews Covers Glory Revealed

Interviews & Reviews Covers Glory Revealed

The gruesome crucifixion was played out against the backdrop of both loving and dysfunctional families. It was counterpoint to values and customs of Jewish society at that time and the sweetness of love and betrothal and the interconnections of family. Another element...