Endorsements & Reviews-
"Caught in the insidious trap of New Age deception and danger, Sharon Beekmann's journey to freedom is an incredible story of hope, encouragement, and a way out for those still trapped."
Quin Sherrer, author of Miracles Happen When You Pray
Sharon Beekmann's personal story provides a much needed message of both alarm and hope. Her shout of warning says that seeking spiritual experience apart from the absolutes of God's Word is a sure road to deceived bondage. Her message of hope assures that the darkest spiritual bondage can be broken when Christ is embraced and darkness is renounced."
Dr. Mark I. Bubeck, International Center For Biblical Counseling
"Numerous people in the West are searching for meaningful spiritual experience by contacting "angels" and "spirit guides." Sharon Beekmann's story tragically illustrates that not all spirits have our best interest in mind. The good news is that the Lord Jesus Christ offers deliverance and freedom from their deceit and tyranny."
Dr. Clinton E. Arnold, Professor of New Testament Talbot School of Theology
"Sharon Beekmann is a committed Christian who attends our church faithfully and serves Christ well. Sharon has unusual discernment with regard to the spiritual pitfalls of a fallen world. I believe that through this book, the light of Christ will shine on many."
Dr. James S. Dixon, Senior Pastor Cherry Hills Community Church Highlands Ranch, Colorado
"Sharon Beekmann's Enticed by the Light is a psychologically perceptive description of occultism's magnetism for a troubled youth and a moving account of the Lord Jesus Christ's power to liberate a young woman from it. This well-written true story is as intriguing as a novel.
"The book both alerts dabblers in the occult to the dreadful dangers of deceptive "spirit guides" and realistically depicts the liberating power of the Holy Spirit-illumined Scriptures presented by understanding, caring people.
"This compelling book vividly illustrates why friends and relatives may become involved in occultism, what they may be going through, and how to help them. Its unique integration of psychological and theological insights should enhance the ability of counselors, pastors, teachers and students to minister for both preventive and restorative purposes.
Dr. Gordon R. Lewis, Senior Professor, Denver Seminary