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.