"'It is finished, ' Jesus says. It's a bold declaration for us to
make too. What does it mean to say 'It is finished' when so much is
unfinished? It means we are people who live hope in two directions,
both backward and forward. We long for the kingdom to come in
fullness, even as it has already come. And we trust that the One
who has begun the good work in us and for us will indeed complete
it." In this sequel to Shades of Light, Katherine Rhodes, the
beloved director of the New Hope Retreat Center, finds her own
grief tapped by Wren Crawford's struggles with depression and loss.
Through a series of letters to Wren, Katherine reflects on the
meaning of Christ's suffering and shares her own story of finding
hope. How does one begin to live again under the crushing weight of
grief? And how can healing come when there's so much left
unresolved? With Katherine as a companion in sorrow, Wren moves
forward in her commitment to paint the stations of the cross for a
prayer journey at New Hope, discovering along the way a deeper
communion with the Man of Sorrows, acquainted with grief. Readers
are invited into a similar journey of reflection through
Katherine's words and Wren's paintings. At the back of the book, a
devotional guide with Scripture readings, prayer prompts, and
full-color art provides the opportunity to ponder the depths of
God's love by meditating on Jesus' journey to the cross
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