Praise for The Color of Grace
I met Jesus anew in Bethany's stories of these children. My prayer is that you will too. It is my prayer that all of us will know and believe that Jesus can turn our greatest pain into our greatest joy, if only we will invite Him.
KATIE DAVIS, AUTHOR OF NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER, KISSES FROM KATIE
Bethany is a force of nature. She loves everyone in the blast radius of her love with the kind of focused attention and compassion Jesus gave to the people around Him. Bethany doesn't just pass along some theories she has read about in this book. She's passed along the pain, the hope and the wonder which has become her life. Buckle up. You're going to love the journey you're about to go on with someone who knows and lives what she's talking about.
BOB GOFF, AUTHOR OF NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER, LOVE DOES
"The Color of Grace" poignantly addresses a lesson I learned long ago: when people are sick, homeless, or hungry, words are not enough. They need help for when they hurt. Drawing from her professional training and her personal experiences with trauma, Bethany provides that help for children who are wounded both physically and emotionally. This book will inspire you, inform you, and enable you to see God's grace in the midst of pain.
JOSH D. MCDOWELL, AUTHOR and speaker
I couldn't put the book down. Bethany's words are raw and vulnerable. Each chapter made me want to read more and to go deeper into the story of redemption. This book illustrates more than ever the beauty and healing that can spring forth from the most painful things in our lives.
ESTHER HAVENS, international humanitarian photographer and speaker
Bethany Haley Williams' book points us to numerous souls who have suffered the brokenness of the world, and yet found there nonetheless remnants and shards of beauty. Helen Keller, for example, that blind-and-deaf lover of life, once remarked that 'although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of overcoming it'. Or Khalil Gibran: 'Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars'. Or G.K. Chesterton: 'Fairy tales are more than true, not because they tell us dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten.'