Summer Dey


Fear Into Faith

Summer Dey may look like an everyday mom, wife, and child of God, but she is far from ordinary! Summer Dey is a highly sought-after International Speaker and Success Coach whose mission is to empower, embolden, and inspire women to break free of the unproductiveness and paralyzation of fear and step into the bold faith that is hidden just below the surface waiting to be unlocked, so that they can walk out the destiny God is calling them to. Summer Dey has changed countless lives with her powerful and transformative message of shifting Fear into Faith.  She has spoken to and motivated thousands of people on platforms across the globe. She uses her voice and her influence to “set captives free” and ignite vision, passion, and purpose in all women. From helping women discover new ways to expand their borders, teaching them implementable tools to leave their past behind and focus on the future, to finally lay hold of the freedom that comes with living with faith in Christ, Summer Dey is spearheading the way for women to live more rewarding lives and have fruitful marriages.

In 2020, God called Summer Dey to lead 6700 women in reading the Bible cover to cover. This inspired her to publish a cover-to-cover Bible Study Journal that was released this past summer and hit  #1 new release in Christian Devotionals on Amazon the month it came out. She is now leading almost 8,000 women through the Bible cover to cover in her free private Facebook group. She is beyond thrilled to be a part of the global movement to unite Christian women in faith. It is her prayer that every woman read the bible cover to cover and have their lives transformed forever.

Summer Dey is a huge advocate for victims of sex trafficking, and works tirelessly to raise awareness and financial support for the extreme poor, the orphan, and the widow. The past year her team has lead the way in raising $178,000 to get children and women out of sex trafficking.

“Death and life are in the power of the tongue, and those who love it shall eat its fruit.”

Proverbs 18:21