Calling All Angels




Spiritual leader Sharon Young, of The Ministry of Hope, will talk about her new book, I Believe, from her Spiritual Maturity series from 6 to 8 p.m., January 17, at Alta View Wellness Center. The inspiring personal stories from her own life experiences will shed light on the questions so often asked by others. She will also offer a channeled message.

The book is a tool for spiritual growth and development that offers hope, inspiration and insight. The reader and audience receive validation that life and love continue beyond our life here on Earth.

Cost is $40. Event location: 4814 Jonestown Rd., Harrisburg. For more information, call 717-398-4852, email Admin@TheMinistryofHope.com or visit TheMinistryofHope.com.

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