‘True Song’ Book release by local resident, Walters

Published 3:23 pm Friday, October 7, 2011

Westbow Press a division of Thomas Nelson, the largest Christian publisher, releases an allegory about a teeny, tiny sparrow that takes a spiritual journey and discovers the truth about marriage. It’s a tale of a songless sparrow named Married whose heart is awakened to a new hope.
According to the author, Carole Walters, of Cambobello, “If you enjoyed ‘Hind’s Feet on High Places,’ you will love this allegory. ‘True Song’ is a journey revealing the truth of marriage, but it’s also so much more.”
“Everyone who reads it expresses to me something different that it meant to them. It is the song we all share; our struggles, sacrifices and infidelities as we try to discern God’s voice and remain faithful and dependent on the guidance of the Holy Spirit. It is the journey we take as Christians to earnestly work out for ourselves, with fear and trembling, God’s will for our lives. My hope is that the reader would find themselves in the story,” stated Walters.
Deacon Joe Fugere, St. John the Baptist Church of Tryon says, “The writing holds up a mirror for all of us to gaze into and acknowledge our own weaknesses with truth.”
Walters graduated in journalism and creative writing from Arizona State University. For many years she ministered in the inner city shelters, soup kitchens and prisons of Tampa, Fla. where she wrote studies, sermons, devotions and skits. She is a member of the St. John the Baptist Catholic church in Tryon and an associate member of the Landrum United Methodist church.
To contact the author at cbw.1985@yahoo.com.
– ar ticle submitted by Carole Walters

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