Sharla Wolters’s Newly Released “Summer of Hope” Is a Heartfelt Narrative In a Summer of New Friendships, Shared Salvations, and a Hopeful Beginning

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“Summer of Hope” from Christian Faith Publishing author Sharla Wolters is an inspiring tale that traces the life of a little girl named Soraya as she experiences a life-changing summer filled with sorrow, bliss, and redemption.

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“Summer of Hope”: a moving read about the summer when Soraya took the journey of finding herself, with the guidance of the Father. “Summer of Hope” is the creation of published author Sharla Wolters, a small-town Oklahoma girl whose life has always been God first, family second, and career third. Besides writing, she enjoys spending time with her family and church.

Wolters shares, “Five-year-old Soraya is a small girl with a big heart. She is smart in all the ways that matter most, except one. Join Soraya on her journey to find herself, through the love of a Father who will never let her down. This tale of sadness, heartache, joy, and redemption will leave you feeling a renewed sense of hope that can only be found by knowing Jesus.

“The summer of 1991 is a summer that changes the course of Soraya’s life forever. Friendships are formed, salvations are shared, and Soraya finds the hope she has been looking for. Now the only question is, will it last? Only time will tell.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Sharla Wolters’s new book is a captivating account that carries a beautiful story filled with a brand new sense of hope in tales that help the readers to get closer in knowing Jesus.

View a synopsis of “Summer of Hope” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Summer of Hope” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Summer of Hope,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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