About the Author

Giselle Aguiar, Author and Podcaster

“A voice crying in the wilderness.”

Isaiah & John the Baptist
Giselle Aguiar

Born in Puerto Rico and raised Catholic in New York, Giselle Aguiar has a degree in business administration with a minor in advertising and marketing. In college, she was a member of the national dramatic society, Alpha Psi Omega. After college, she worked in retail management, public relations, advertising, sales, and marketing and traveled all over the Caribbean, Panama Canal, Alaska, and Italy. Her tour of Italy took her to Rome, Naples, Herculaneum, and Pompeii where she first experienced the ancient Roman culture.

She’s worked in Internet marketing since 1995 and is using her marketing skills and expertise to help further the Kingdom of God.

In the fall of 2020, she clearly heard a command from God, “A voice crying in the wilderness”. Today’s “wilderness” is the Internet and Social Media. That prompted her to start a podcast and blog, Seek the Gospel Truth. Her objective is to have a resource for seekers — no matter what background they come from — Catholic, Orthodox, Jewish, Mormon, etc. Through Bible studies and topical articles, people can learn the truth about how to guarantee a one-way, non-stop ticket to Heaven.

She currently lives in Phoenix, Arizona where she works as a Social Media and Internet Marketing Trainer and Coach and is working on a new novel on End Times Prophecy. She is an active member of First Christian Church of Phoenix. She feels honored that her first novel, Deo Volente (Amazon Affiliate Link), won second prize in the Women of Faith Writing Contest.

It was reading “Left Behind” that triggered her to invite Jesus into her heart and surrender her life to him in the late 90s. Check out her testimony below…

Giselle’s Testimony:

Soli Deo Gloria — To God Alone Be The Glory!

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  1. Hi Giselle! I’ve so appreciated connecting through twitter and then finding your blog and website. I downloaded “Deo Volente” and am looking forward to reading it. I love the 1st century time period! Many blessings to you as you share your faith through writing.

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