Radical Hospitality: Doors Wide Open Biblical Style

Speaker: Madelon Maupin

Bible Scholar & Founder of BibleRoads

Madelon grew up in Tulsa, OK, graduating from Principia College with a BA degree in Biblical studies. She later received a Masters degree from San Francisco Theological Seminary in Theological Studies focused on Biblical Studies.

Madelon worked in the newspaper industry, including serving as National Advertising Manager for The Christian Science Monitor and Publisher for The San Jose Business Journal and The San Francisco Business Journal. She eventually had a leadership consulting firm in Los Angeles for 20 years, working with major entertainment and high-tech companies worldwide. For five years, she served as Cultural Historian/Lecturer for Princess Cruises for their trips to the Middle East and biblical lands.

In 2012 Madelon started BibleRoads, a Biblical education company for spiritual seekers, regardless of their church or non-church backgrounds. The BibleRoads.com website is filled with free Bible resources and numerous talks on individual books of the Bible, streaming videos, workbooks, and other study tools for both individuals and groups. BibleRoads began a membership that features a virtual webinar series each month. The 2021 program was “A Virtual Tour of Israel.” The 2022 topic was “Paul’s Letters and Journeys.” The 2023 monthly topic was “Women of the Bible: Their Impact and Influence.” And the 2024 series is: “New Testament Letters Other than Paul’s.”

Madelon served as a Trustee at Adventure Unlimited, served on the National Ecumenical Team for The Christian Science Church for eight years, was a founding Trustee of The New
Theological Seminary of the West, and has written 70+ articles for magazines on spirituality, including podcasts. She now lives in Scottsdale, AZ after moving several years ago from decades in Southern California.

  • When: 2:30pm-3:30pm, Thursday July 18, 2024

  • Where: Alumni Hall Ballroom

  • Address: 1970 Wythe Ave, Chautauqua, NY 14722

  • Pricing: Chautauqua charges an afternoon entrance fee of $19 and parking on the grounds is $12.