Though I’ve read a few books from the Women of Faith collection before, this is the first time I’ve read one written by Patsy Clairmont. If she talks anything like she writes, she must be a lot of fun to be with!
She has a very easy-to-read writing style, filled with humour. Though the topic of her book can get serious, it didn’t feel very heavy at all. Patsy openly shares parts of her past with her readers, and reveals how she has overcome addictions and phobias with God’s help. Comparing people to stained glass windows, she talks about how God’s light can shine through us. And, like mosaics, even though we might be broken, we can be used for something beautiful for God’s glory.
One thing I really liked about this book was that, at the end of each chapter, Patsy included a list of stained glass windows, art, music, videos, and Scripture related to the chapter’s topic that can encourage us all.
Reading this book will help those who struggle to realize that they are not alone in their pain, and that God is always there.
If you would like your own copy of Stained Glass Hearts, by Patsy Clairmont, you can order it here.
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