Since their installation in December 1911, the stained glass windows of Duke Memorial United Methodist Church have been seen by countless observers. These windows tell the story of our faith through the witness of biblical characters as well as that of John Wesley, the founder of Methodism. They remind us that we are a part of a larger story, God’s story of redeeming hope and love. As we celebrate 130 years since the first worship service on the floor of Duke’s tobacco warehouse, we tell the stories of our windows. Stories of trust in the face of fear, of forgiveness when decisions were poor, of hope as the way grew hopeless and of God’s goodness at the end of every day. How might God use these stained glass stories to speak in to your own story?