Trouble in Paradise is the third trilogy of Christian novels called the “Jenson Series.” Having presented the rise and blessings of the Jensons, from the conviction and imprisonment of Rusty Jenson to his conversion and his attempts to make amends for his criminal wrongs and his faithful Christian living, book three includes tragedies that come to the family and their response to them. The author attempts to picture life as it is with its successes and trials. It is often said that what happens to us is not as important as how we respond to it. Like all of us who claim to be Christian, the Jenson family will have the opportunity to compromise their faith or exercise it in real-life situations.
Robert and his wife, Evelyn, live on a few acres in rural North Louisiana. Their sixty-four years of marriage have been blessed with four children and their families.
Through the years, he has earned a B.A. with a major in religion from Louisiana [Baptist] College, an M.A. in English from the University of Louisiana at Monroe, a Master of Divinity, and a Doctor of Ministry from Luther Rice Seminary. In addition, he has done further studies at Louisiana State University.
For most of his adult life, Holloway has been a pastor of Baptist churches, and until his retirement, he also taught for twenty-three of those years in the English Department of the University of Louisiana at Monroe. He continues to serve as pastor of the Watson Baptist Church of West Monroe, Louisiana.