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Winners of the 2019 Golden Scroll Awards

AWSA (Advanced Writers and Speakers Association) announced the winners of the 2019 Golden Scroll Awards at the Golden Scroll Banquet, Sunday, August 25, at the Embassy Suites Conference Center in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

The Golden Scrolls Book of the Year was awarded to Jennifer Kennedy Dean for “SEEK: 28 Days of Extraordinary Prayer” from New Hope Publishers.

 

The Nonfiction Book of the Year Award went to Linda Rooks for “Fighting for Your Marriage While Separated” (New Growth Press).

The Novel of the Year Award went to Cynthia Ruchti for “Miles from Where We Started” (Gilead Publishing).

The Children’s Book of the Year was awarded to two authors: Michelle Medlock Adams for “Dinosaur Devotionals” (Thomas Nelson) and Michelle Lazurek for “Uniquely You” (Elk Lake Publishing). Second place went to Michelle Medlock Adams for “C is for Christmas” (Little Lamb Books).

The Bible Study Book of the Year was awarded to Kim de Blecourt for “I Call You Mine” (New Hope Publishers). Second place went to Susan Neal for “Christian Study Guide for 7 Steps to Get Off Sugar and Carbohydrates” (Christian Yoga, LLC). Honorable mention went to Dawn Scott Damon for “The Freedom Challenge” (Redemption Press).

The Memoir of the Year was awarded to Becky Yates Spenser for “A Bruised Reed: Memoirs of African Orphans and Their Rescuers” (Grand Staff Publishing). Second place went to Patty Mason for “Finally Free: Breaking the Bonds of Depression Without Drugs” (Living Parables of Central Florida, Inc.).  Honorable mention went to Kris Rystrom Emmert for “Providing Promise – A Navy Widow’s Journey of Hope” (Create Space Independent Publishing).

The Christian Living Book of the Year went to Lori Roeleveld for “The Art of Hard Conversation: Biblical Tools for the Tough Talks That Matter” (Kregel Publications). Second place went to Janet Holm McHenry for “The Complete Guide to the Prayers of Jesus” (Bethany House Publishers). Honorable mention went to Blyth Daniels and Helen McIntosh for “Mended: Restoring the Hearts of Mothers and Daughters” (Harvest House Publishers).

The Inspirational Gift Book of the Year was awarded to two authors: Jill Swanson for “Simply Stylish — Look Great Spend Less” (Bold Vision Books) and Susan U. Neal for “Healthy Living Journal” (Christian Yoga, LLC). Second place went to Sarah Forgrave for “Prayers of Hope for Caregivers” (Harvest House Publishers).

The Historical Novel of the Year was awarded to Rebecca Price Janney for “Easton at the Crossroads” (Elk Lake Publishers).

The Romance Novel of the Year was awarded to Edie Melson for “Maiden of Iron: A Steampunk Fable” (Elk Lake Publishing).

 

Murfreesboro, TN  – The Contemporary Novel of the Year was awarded to Beth Vogt for “Things I Never Told You” (Tyndale House Publishers). Second place went to Deborah Raney for “Reasons to Breathe” (Gilead Publishing). Honorable mention went to Amy Williams for “Saving Sparrows” (Crosshair Press).

The Mystery/Suspense Novel of the Year went to DiAnn Mills for “High Treason” (Tyndale House Publishers). Second place went to Lynette Eason for “Holiday Amnesia” (Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.). Honorable mention went to Lynette Eason for “Called to Protect” (Revell of Baker Publishing Group).

 

The Arise Daily Writer of the Year was awarded to Jennifer Slattery.

AWSA’s official magazine, “Leading Hearts,” won their fifth straight Evangelical Press Association Merit award. The “Leading Hearts” Columnist of the Year went to Karen Porter for her column, “In the Lead.” Feature Article of the Year went to Janell Rardon for her article, “Do the One Thing That Changes Everything.”

 

The 2019 AWSA Member of the Year Award went to Julie Coleman. AWSA founder Linda Evans Shepherd said, “Julie Coleman loves to teach the Word of God! With contagious enthusiasm, she brings hope and encouragement to her audience through rich biblical teaching.”

The Jennifer Kennedy Dean Award went to Pam Farrel. This award, according to Linda Evans Shepherd, is in honor of the late Jennifer Kennedy Dean, an AWSA author who recently passed away. “This special award recognizes someone who carries the light with excellence to a hurting world.

The Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Michael W. Smith in honor of his 35th year in ministry. He has been honored with three Grammy Awards, 45 Dove Awards, and American

Music Award. Smith ministered in song and participated in a question-and-answer session hosted by CTN host Monica Schmelter, who served as emcee for the event.

Monica Schmelter and Linda Evans Shepherd, author and AWSA founder, presented the awards and Josh Huisman, pastor of New Hope Community Church in Brentwood, performed a parody.

AWSA, the sponsor of the Golden Scroll Awards Banquet, is an outreach of Right to the Heart Ministries and consists of over 600 top women authors who both publish and speak nationally. See www.AWSA.com.

The Awards Show will be broadcast on CTN’s Roku Channels at a date TBA.

See winners from past years:

See the 2018 winners, click HERE.

See the 2017 winners, click HERE.

See the 2016 winners, click HERE.

See the 2015 winners, click HERE.

See the 2014 winners, click HERE.

See the 2013 winners, click HERE.

See the 2012 winners, click HERE.

See the 2011 winners, click HERE.

See the 2010 winners, click HERE.

See the 2009 winners, click HERE.

 

Right to the Heart Media Network

PROMOTION & PUBLICATION SERVICES

The hardest part of successful stepping out into the publishing world or building new momentum for your ministry is having a medium in which to introduce new material to your potential audience.

As an AWSA, we are not only helping you connect with a network of sisters who will give you encouragement and prayer support,  our Right to the Heart Media Network can help extend your ministry reach.

Our opportunities various opportunities to publish or be promoted in our multi-award-winning publication, Leading Hearts Magazine (leadinghearts.com), Arise DAILY e-devos (arisedaily.com) and multiple professional training and ministry newsletters and such as the Advanced Writers & Speakers Association (awsa.com), gottopray.com (Linda Evans Shepherd Ministries), Women’s Ministry Cafe (coming soon), Page Turner Christian Books (coming soon) and social media platforms which in total reaches an audience of over 160,000 daily

AWSA-insider pricing and package deals to advertise in our publications and newsletter is available at AWSA.com under Right to the Heart Ministry Network “Members Only Promotion”

ARISE DAILY—AWSA Protégé and Professional Members are giving the opportunity to submit devotionals for publication via our ARISE Daily e-devotional ministry, which is delivered to inboxes across the nation and around the world every day! To find out more about Arise Daily go to arisedaily.com and email our Arise Daily editor Julie Coleman for Writers Guidelines jcoleman@gmail.com.

LEADING HEARTS­—AWSA Professional Members are given opportunity to voluntarily submit feature articles and books for publication and     review consideration. AWSA Members who are continuing columnists are picked by publisher to fit specific editorial needs of the magazine.

ARISE SPEAKERS BUREAU Do you want to know how to book more speaking engagements? AWSA Professional Members can join our ARISE Speakers directory and concierge service to be directly promoted to women’s leadership events and conference coordinators. Email Linda at lindareply@gmail.com for details, including membership fees.

CREATIVE SERVICES

Protégé and Professional Members have access to AWSA-insider pricing from #barefacedcreative for Brand and Communications Consulting as well as design service, who branded and sponsored registration for this year’s conference. As a member of AWSA, #barefacedcreative founder Amber Weigand-Buckley has over 20 years of award-winning media experience. Currently, she serves full time as the Marketing, Communications and Art Director for the Right to the Heart Ministry Network. She also is the founding editor and Art Director of Leading Hearts Magazine. She has the heart to help her AWSA sisters put their best foot forward in the ministry that God has called each one to serve.

2018 AWSA Golden Scroll Winners

 

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2018 Golden Scroll Award Winners

AWSA (Advanced Writers and Speakers Association) announced the winners of the 2018 Golden Scroll Awards at the Golden Scroll Banquet, Sunday, September 9, at the Music City Sheraton Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee.

The Golden Scrolls Book of the Year was awarded to Cindy K. Sproles for Liar’s Winter from Kregel Publications.

The Nonfiction Book of the Year Award went to authors of two books: Cynthia Cavanaugh for Anchored: Leading Through the Storms (New Hope Publishers) and Linda Gilden and Linda Goldfarb for Linked (Bold Vision Books).

Second place for Nonfiction Book of the Year was awarded to Janell Rardon for Overcoming Hurtful Words from Worthy Inspired and the honorable mention was awarded to Janet Holm McHenry for 50 Lessons for Grads from Worthy Publishing.

The Novel of the Year Award went to Eva Marie Everson for The One True Love of Alice-Ann from Tyndale House Publishing.

 

Second place for Novel of the Year went to Deborah Raney for Home at Last (Abingdon Press); honorable mention was awarded to Lynette Eason for Chasing Secrets from Revell of Baker Publishing Group.

The Novel of the Year Award went to Eva Marie Everson for The One True Love of Alice-Ann from Tyndale House Publishing.

The Children’s Book of the Year was awarded to Michelle Adams for My First Day of School from Worthy Kids.

Congratulations to our 2018 Golden Scroll Award Winners

Second place for Children’s Book of the Year went to Sheri Schofield for The Prince and the Plan from Carpenter’s Son Publishing and third place went to LeeAnn Mancini for Forever With Jesus from GLM Publishing.

The Bible Study Book of the Year was awarded to Pam Farrel for Discovering the Hope in the Psalms from Harvest House Publishers.

The Devotional Book of the Year was awarded to Leigh Powers for Renewed: A 40-Day Devotional for Healing From Church Hurt and for Loving Well in Ministry from FaithWords, a division of Hachette Book Group.

The Memoir of the Year was awarded to Eleanor Isaacson and Jeanette Windle for Dancing From Darkness from Eleanor Isaacson Publications.

Julie Coleman, the editor of Arise Daily, AWSA’s online devotional, awarded Rhonda Rhea the Devotional Writer of the Year.

AWSA’s official magazine, Leading Hearts, won their fourth straight Evangelical Press Association Merit award and honored their columnists, including Pam Farrel, Michelle S. Cox, Penelope Carlevato, Saundra Dalton-Smith, Sharon Elliot, Karen Porter, Rhonda Rhea, Karen Whiting, and Cynthia L. Simmons and Edie Melson. Leading Hearts also honored Tom Young as the 2018 AWSA MVP.

The 2018 AWSA Member of the Year Award went to Erica Wiggenhorn. AWSA founder Linda Evans Shepherd said, “Besides her busy schedule, which included the launch of her latest Bible study, The Unexplainable Church, Erica volunteered behind the scenes at our conference.”

The Beyond Me Award went to Sioni Rodriguez, an advocate for women who have been sexually assaulted and victims of domestic violence. She is a dedicated team member of Our Freedom Journey Ministries (Stand against Human Trafficking).

Dr. Erwin Lutzer, who received the Golden Scrolls Lifetime Achievement Award, served as the keynote speaker.

Professor, author and Life Coach Cynthia Cavanaugh announced the first class of AWSA certified speaking and writing coaches including Yvonne Ortega, Jayme Hull, Cynthia L. Simmons, Karen Whiting, Faith Blatchford, Debbie Wilson, Debbie DeArmond, and Linda Gilden.

Recording artists Dick and Mel Tunney performed the special music. AWSA President Karen Porter served as emcee. CTN host Monica Schmelter and author and AWSA founder Linda Evans Shepherd presented the awards and Mel Tunney performed a parody written by Martha Bolton and dedicated to bookstores.AWSA, the sponsor of the Golden Scroll Awards Banquet, is an outreach of Right to the Heart Ministries and consists of over 500 top women authors who both publish and speak nationally. See www.AWSA.com.

See the 2017 winners, click HERE.

See the 2016 winners, click HERE.

See the 2015 winners, click HERE.

See the 2014 winners, click HERE.

See the 2013 winners, click HERE.

See the 2012 winners, click HERE.

See the 2011 winners, click HERE.

See the 2010 winners, click HERE.

See the 2009 winners, click HERE.

AWSA Member Directory

Welcome to the heart of AWSA, this is where you’ll meet the incredible group of women that make AWSA the great organization that it is.

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AWSA Directory Below.


 AWSA’s – Last Name Beginning with “A”
Carol Hamblet Adams Debbie M. Alsdorf
Michelle Adams Lori Altebaumer
Stacy Hawkins Adams Jocelyn Anderson
Charlotte Adelsperger Nancy Anderson
Joyce Ainsworth Niki Anderson
Sandra P. Aldrich Danni Andrew
Angela Alexander Joy Anisa
Deanna Allen Mavian Arocha-Rowe
Julie Ann Allen Candy Arrington
Nan Allen Lael Arrington
Sandy Austin
Starr Ayers

AWSA’s – Last Name Beginning with “B”

Susan Badeau Sarah Bolme
Martha Bolton
Marlene Bagnull Michelle Borquez
Sharon Bahrych
Becky Baker Allison Gappa Bottke
Cathy Baker Crystal Bowman
Julie Baker Verna Bowman
Sandi Banks Sandra Boyd
Helen Baratta  Judi Braddy
Dianne Barker Penny Bragg
Sandra Barker Diana Brandmeyer
Julie Ann Barnhill Ginny Brant
Carol L. Barnier Dee Brestin
Ruth Barron Elizabeth Brickman
Kate Battistelli Felicia Bridges
Kendra Broekhuis Kristine Brown
Judy Woodward Bates Kathy Bruins
Robin Bayne Shirley Brinkerhoff
Shelly Beach Anita Brooks
Marilyn Brooks
Lisa Belcastro Alesia Brown
Twila M. Belk Joy Brown
Dr. Michelle Bengtson
Joan C. Benson Shirley Brosius
Sara W. Berry Elizabeth Bruns
Criss Bertling Shawna Bryant
Jennie Bishop Lacey Buchanan
Sabrina Black
Lynn Blackburn
Faith Blatchford Molly Nuble Bull
Marney Blom Cindy Bultema
Sonya Franklin Burney
Janet Bly Lisa Burns
Karen Boerger Dianne Butts
Cristine Bolley

AWSA’s Last Name Beginning with “C”

Laura Sabin Cabanillas Julie Coleman
Jan Coleman
Susan Call Faye B Collins
Susan Cameron Elsa Kok Colopy
Emily Colson
Hannah Conway
Peggy Consolver
Penny Cooke
Penelope Carlevato Gail Cooper
Dolley Carlson Lisa Copen
Nancie Carmichael Becky Cortino
Connie Cavanaugh Julie B. Cosgrove
Cynthia Cavanaugh Debora Coty
Linda Ray Center Judith Couchman
Janice Chaffee Cheri Cowell
June Chapko Michelle Cox
Emiliy Chase Alice Craig
Pamela Christian Laine Lawson Craft
Patsy Clairmont Lisa Crayton
Lauren Crews
Susie Crosby
Terri Clark Karen Mayer Cunningham
Tamara Clymer Debbie Cunningham
Jan Coates Peggy Cunningham
Robin Currie
Cherie Colburn Carolyn Curtis

AWSA’s Last Name Beginning with “D”

Sylvia M Dallas Jeanne Gowen Dennis
Saundra Dalton-Smith Lilian De Silva
Dawn Scott Damon Sue Detweiler
Blythe Daniel Adelle Campbell Dickie
Tammy Daniel Diane Dike
Amy Davis Jennie Afman Dimkoff
Donnalynn Davis Judy Dippel
Linda Carruth Davis Christin Ditchfield
Mary Lou Davis Xochitl Dixon
Jennifer Kennedy Dean Lynn Donovan
Deborah DeArmond Jenn Doucette
Karen DeArmond Gardner Judy Dunagan
Julie Dearyan Deborah B. Dunn
Kim de Blecourt Patricia Durgin
Dru Scott Decker Rhonda Dragomir
Jennifer Degler Dena Dyer
Joy DeKok Kristy Dykes
Annetta E. Dellinger Robyn Dykstra

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Golden Scroll Awards 2014

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The 2014 Golden Scroll Awards & Banquet

Atlanta, GA – AWSA (Advanced Writers and Speakers Association) announced the winners for the 2014 Golden Scroll Awards for Publisher, Editor, and Fiction Editor of the Year as well as the winners of their Books of the Year contests at the 2014 Golden Scroll Awards, Sunday afternoon, June 22 nd at the World Congress Convention Center. Honored for outstanding ministry partnerships with their authors, the Golden Scroll Publisher of the Year went to Abingdon Press.

1401cThe winner of the Nonfiction Editor of the Year went to Katara Patton of Tyndale House Publishers.

1402cThe Fiction Editor of the Year was awarded to Stephanie Broene of Tyndale House.

1403cAWSA Nonfiction Book of the Year Award winners were named as Dena Dyer and Tina Samples for Wounded Women of the Bible from Kregal Publications which tied for first place with Julie Zine Coleman for Unexpected Love from Thomas Nelson. Second place went to Cynthia Ruchti for Ragged Hope published by Abingdon Press. Third place went to Emily Parke Chase for Standing Tall After Falling Short from Wingspread.

1404cThe Novel of the Year first place award went to Eva Marie Everson for Slow Moon Rising: A Cedar Key Novel from Revell which also tied with The Ohana by C. W. Schutter from River Ranch Publishing. Second place was awarded to Sarah Sundin for On Distant Shores from Revell, and third place was awarded to The Survivor by DiAnn Mills from Zondervan.

1406cCAN (Christian Authors Network) also announced their Nonfiction and Novel Books of the Year awards. The CAN Nonfiction Book of the Year first place award went to Kathy Collard Miller for Partly Cloudy with Scattered Worries published by Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas. Second place was awarded to Cecil Murphey and Twila Belk for I Believe in Heaven from Regal. The third place winner was Dianne Barker for I Don’t Chase the Garbage Truck Down the Street in My Bathrobe Anymore.

1435cThe first place CAN Fiction Book of the Year was awarded to Cynthia Ruchti for All My Belongings from Abingdon Press, second place went to On Distant Shores by Sarah Sundin from Revell , and third place was awarded to Lena Nelson Dooley for Catherine’s Pursuit from Charisma House Book Group.

In addition, the 2014 AWSA Member of the Year Award went to Arlene Pellicane and the Beyond Me Award went to Grace Fox. The prestigious 2014 Golden Scroll Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Jerry B. Jenkins.IMG_7272bJenkins served as the keynote speaker with Stacy Hawkins Adams as emcee. Authors Carol Kent, Pam Farrel, Linda Evans Shepherd and Kathy Macias presented the awards. Recording artist Gwen Smith performed a parody written by Martha Bolton dedicated to editors and publishers

AWSA, the sponsors of the Golden Scroll Awards Banquet, is an outreach of Right to the Heart Ministries and consists of over 400 top ICRS women authors who both publish and speak nationally. See www.AWSA.com.

 

Watch our 2014 Conference and Golden Scroll Banquet Highlights:

See the 2016 winners, click HERE.

See the 2015 winners, click HERE.

See the 2014 winners, click HERE.

See the 2013 winners, click HERE.

See the 2012 winners, click HERE.

See the 2011 winners, click HERE.

See the 2010 winners, click HERE.

See the 2009 winners, click HERE.