Women of Faith: Book Giveaway @booksneeze

Booksneeze just so happened to have two books available that were this year’s Phoenix Women of Faith speakers: Brenda Warner and Patsy Clairmont. I agonized over which one to review and chose Patsy Clairmont. Clairmont has always been a close second in my favorite speakers at Women of Faith. No one can take away the number one spot from Sheila Walsh.

Sheila Walsh’s book hold a special place in my heart because her books helped me to see God through my situation by diligent study of the Bible and witty reminders of His grace and mercy. But Patsy Clairmont always makes me laugh.

So in honor of being one of the many bloggers chosen to follow Women of Faith, I will be posting my review of Stained Glass Hearts: Seeing Life From A Broken Perspective on September 26. Leave a comment on that review by September 28. I’ll draw a name on September 29 and annouce the winner on Friday’s post.

The winner will also have the option of sending me a post on what part of Clairmont’s book really touched her.

Life is no doubt full of difficulties, but it is also filled with promise and possibility,” says best-selling author and WOF speaker Patsy Clairmont. In Stained Glass Hearts Clairmont guides readers to view the difficult experiences of life through the lens of God’s grace. Using art as a theme, and likening people to stained glass windows, she shares that it’s when we’re surrounded by darkness that His healing light shines most brightly within us. Encouraging women to step back and see life from this new perspective, Patsy offers help and hope for the dark places of life.

Along with character studies of women in Scripture, and modern-day, relatable stories, each chapter includes:
– Chalice—memorable quotes
– Mosaic—recommended music
– Spires—scriptures and readings
– Litany—sample prayers from here.

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10 thoughts on “Women of Faith: Book Giveaway @booksneeze”

  1. Just ordered a few books to find new persectives and a few good laughs as life is a bit hard at this moment. I am currently about to get a seperation from my husband and my kids are at tender timein their life. I could use some insite to see life in a better way, sometimes I miss the big picture that god has for me because of teh darkness that tries to invade.

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  2. Shelia Walsh is my favorite WOF speakers also! But Patsy does make you laugh… she is a great speaker and book writer also. I have read several of her books.

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  3. Thats the way life is , We need to look around us and see things in a better way . My prayer is always dear Lord help me through this day , don’t let any thing happen I can’t handle . I had a Gentleman ask to talk to me last night and I said I’m busy at this point, I’ll be with you in a moment. He said ok, so I did what I needed to do. I went back to him and found out he had not eaten and he was moving and they did not have his home ready for him.So I fixed him some food and something to drink. He said they took my soap and wash clothes to. So I helped him there. As OI’m saying you never know what will be there for you to take your mind off your problems. All I could think of was how can I help other people . God has put that before me all the time. So at this point I say what do you have for me to do now God.

    Ellen Elizabeth Adams

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