Sherry Collins was the perfect example of a Christian young woman. She excelled in high school and was granted a full scholarship to attend any college in Georgia, a nice change of pace from her Columbus, Ohio background.
One thing she vowed to do was make God and her parents proud and that almost happened until she has a moment of weakness that changes her life forever. Believing she will overcome her mess up with the love and support of her parents Sherry feels she can go on with her life. But once her little indiscretion is made aware to her Pastor she and her parents are confronted about it and as she confesses it comes with unthinkable results, her parents are asked to step down from ministry. Devastated, Sherry vows I'll never go back to church! Mad at God, the Pastor, the church, and even her parents for wanting her to continue to still serve God she distances herself from it all, until her life is in eminent danger. Sherry, realizing God has never left, has a change of heart toward God and decides after four year it's time to go back to church. Ready to give God her all, Sherry starts attending Pure in Heart Ministries, a church known for it's gossip. Sherry adjust to the stares and whispers from a few of the women, but once her little secret comes to light will she run or stand and trust God to vindicate her?
About Kelli Bolton (Columbus, Ohio Author)
Kelli Bolton is a compassionate young woman with a desire to see the Word of God set the lives of his people free.
In 2000, Kelli received a prophetic word concerning writing, it was in 2001 that she started her first book “A Good Man or a Godly Man, Which Do you Prefer?” Again in 2005, she received the same word, this time with an emphasis on books. Not sure what God was doing or leading her to do, Kelli continued to write. In March 2009 Kelli was inspired to write a book about teen dating and domestic violence after the recent incident between young Hollywood’s hottest couple. Through Kelli, God is showing young people what real “love” looks like in her book “You Said You Loved Me”.