Bethany Haley Williams is the founder and executive director of Exile International, an organization that exists to restore Africa's former child soldiers and children orphaned by war. With a PhD in counseling psychology, a master's in clinical social work, she is a leader in the specialized field of war-affected child rehabilitation with worldwide organizations such as the United Nations and the Global Trauma Recovery Institute. With more than twenty years of experience in the field, Bethany maintains a small counseling and coaching practice in Nashville, Tennessee. She and her husband, Matthew, reside in Nashville, Tennessee, and lead the work of Exile International together. To learn more, visit ExileInternational.org, BethanyHaleyWilliams.com, or ColorofGraceBook.com.
Katie Davis moved to Uganda over a decade ago with no idea that this would be the place that God chose to build her home and her family. Today, she is wife to Benji and mom to her fourteen favorite people. Katie and her family invest their lives in empowering the people of Uganda with education, medical care, and spiritual discipleship. She is also the founder of Amazima Ministries, an organization that cares for vulnerable children and families in Uganda. She is the author of New York Times bestsellers Kisses from Katie and Daring to Hope.
"The Color of Grace by Bethany Haley Williams is an honest
portrayal of her struggles and how she was able to overcome them
and make a difference in young people's lives. Bethany has found
her own way to connect with young people and in that process of
gaining knowledge and wisdom, the young people are able to heal and
find purpose in their lives. With Exile International's trauma-care
program, Bethany uses art therapy to help youth that have been
affected by war. Bethany is a true peace soldier and an inspiration
to many."--Emmanuel Jal "Former Child Soldier, Peace Activist,
Musician, Actor, Humanitarian and author of WarChild: A Child "
"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, Speaker "