Patsy Clairmont shares her broken pieces of life with the readers and uses them to show that Christ can take all of those shattered dreams and make a beautiful work of art, like stained glass.
At the end of each chapter, she has an “Art Gallery” where she points the reader to visual, musical, and scriptural art that ties in with the topic of the chapter.
I personally had a hard time following along sometimes because she jumped around quite a bit but when I started reading it and imagining she was sitting with me talking to me one on one, I “got it” so I advise you to grab a cup of coffee and read a chapter and then take a break to digest what you read before heading on to the next topic.
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