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Thursday, September 1, 2011

Stained Glass Hearts by Patsy Clairmont - Book Review

In her newest book, Patsy Clairmont compares people to stained glass windows. Patsy explains God's power to redeem our brokkeness. Patsy has 'been there', and so is able to share God's purpose in her own inimitable way.
Patsy, a recovering agorophobic, helps us to look at our lives through a new lens. The book is replete with Scripture and other quotes, and gives concrete examples of ways in which we can look through another lens. Patsy uses examples of art, poetry, and music to help us see life from a broken perspective.

Patsy's quick wit and depth of biblical knowledge combine in a powerful pint-size package. As a result of her appearances at Women of Faith...Patsy addresses tens of thousands of women each month. She has written more than twenty-five books in addition to contributing to numerous Women of Faith multiauthor books. Patsy and her husband Les of 49 years live in Tennessee. (From the cover jacket)

I found this book to be deeply thoughtful and challenging. Patsy's writing takes us to unexpected places, such as gardens and art museums, and causes us to think in a fresh way concerning God's healing touch.

To find out more about Patsy, check out her webpage. http://www.patsyclairmont.com/

The book is available through http://www.womenoffaith.com/ , http://www.amazon.co/ and other fine bookstores.
I am thankful to the publisher, http://www.thomasnelson.com/ for providing a copy for review as part of their Booksneeze program.

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