The private angst they feel regarding friendship often translates into their own insecurity and isolation. Christine hoover offers women a fresh, biblical vision for friendship that allows for the messiness of our lives and the realities of our schedules.
Never Unfriended: The Secret to Finding & Keeping Lasting FriendshipsB&H Books #ad - It answers the questions that lurk under the surface of every friendship—What are we afraid of? What can’t we change? What can we change? And where do we start?—with personal stories and practical tips to help you make the friends, and be the friend, that lasts. In a world where women can unfriend each other with the swipe of a finger, how do we find friendships that we can trust to last? Maybe by first becoming those kinds of lasting friends ourselves.
As the community manager at the website incourage. Me since 2010, lisa-jo baker has had the chance to engage hundreds of conversations with women about friendship. And nothing can wound as deeply as unkind words from a friend. While we are all hungry for friendship, left out, it’s the fear of feeling awkward and being rejected, or hurt again that often keep us from connecting.
Never Unfriended: The Secret to Finding & Keeping Lasting Friendships #ad - But what if we knew we could never be unfriended? would we risk friendship then? Starting with that guarantee from the most faithful friend who ever lived—Jesus—this book is a step-by-step guide to friendships you can trust. She’s learned that no one can make us quite as unsure about ourselves as another woman.
The Company We Keep: In Search of Biblical FriendshipCruciform Press #ad - Friendship finds its origin, purpose, and power in Jesus. Biblical friendship is deep, pure, honest, transparent, and liberating. Our human friendships then must be shaped by this life-changing truth. It is also attainable. As you are brought into friendship and relationship with the Father, Jesus Christ calls you a friend! It is out of this friendship that our human friendships find their beginning and their purpose.
Friendship: it’s one of the simplest of human relationships in comparison to marriage or family relationships, yet it’s one of the least understood and practiced. Could it be that our understanding of friendship has been more informed by pop culture and social media, and less informed by the vision of friendship offered in Scripture? Is it possible that friendship exists for a greater purpose than merely our enjoyment and comfort? Does real friendship involve more than just hanging out on a weekend, participating in a book club, or hitting the golf course together? These questions and more are answered in this book.
The Company We Keep: In Search of Biblical Friendship #ad - Broader and deeper than simple fellowship, biblical friendship is first and foremost about a relationship with Jesus Christ. For all of our progress in making connections through Facebook, Twitter, and other social media, people are consistently experiencing loneliness and growing disenchanted with the whole notion of friendship.
Dig into this book, and learn how your friendships can embody this amazing and wonderful reality. Aelred, said, a cistercian monk who wrote a profound treatise on friendship, “And so in friendship are joined honor and charm, sweetness and good-will, truth and joy, affection and action. And all these take their beginning from Christ, advance through Christ, and are perfected in Christ.
Friend-ish: Reclaiming Real Friendship in a Culture of ConfusionThomas Nelson #ad - By teaching us how to recognize symptoms of idolatry and dependency, she equips us to understand and address the problems that arise in friendship--from neediness to discord and even sexual temptation. She reveals the distorted view most of us have of it and recasts a glorious vision for a Christian understanding.
Bible teacher kelly needham debunks our world's constricted, more life-giving, small view of friendship and casts a richer, biblical vision for friendship as God meant it to be. As the family unit grows more unstable and the average age of marriage increases, a shift is taking place in our culture: for many people, friends now play the role of family.
Friend-ish: Reclaiming Real Friendship in a Culture of Confusion #ad - . With hard-fought wisdom, and been-there perspective, Needham reorients us toward the purposeful, a clear view of Scripture, loving relationships we all crave that ultimately bring us closer to God. And just as with family relationships, and we wonder, is there a better way to do this?In Friend-ish, our friendships often don't turn out quite as we envisioned or hoped, Kelly Needham takes a close look at what Scripture says about friendship.
From Good to Grace: Letting Go of the Goodness GospelBaker Books #ad - In the process, we find ourselves living by a lesser gospel: the gospel of goodness. It's a gospel without grace, and in the end, it's good for nothing. With compelling illustrations from her own life and from scripture, "What does God want for me?" before asking, Christine Hoover helps you start asking, "What does God want from me?" You'll find yourself breathing a sigh of relief at this powerful message of freedom and hope.
She has written for the Gospel Coalition, Desiring God, and Christianity Today. Rather than serving god out of obligation or duty, you'll be compelled to love and serve God with great joy. Christine hoover is a pastor's wife, speaker, mom, and the author of The Church Planting Wife. We try hard to be good--a good friend, wife, Christian, mom, employee, or ministry leader--hoping for that "atta-girl" from God, some heavenly assertion that we matter.
From Good to Grace: Letting Go of the Goodness Gospel #ad - Blogging at www. GraceCoversMe. Com, she enjoys helping women apply the gift of God's grace to their daily lives. God is calling you to something greater than good. So many of us feel as if we do not do enough and, in fact, are not enough. She lives in Virginia.
With All Your Heart: Living Joyfully through Allegiance to King JesusBaker Books #ad - Their lies about the true king are so subtle and insidious that we rarely recognize them, infect our relationships, and we go on living with divided loyalties that stall our spiritual growth, and hinder our witness. If you want to find freedom from the forces vying for your heart, let Christine Hoover equip you for the fight.
In this approachable yet provocative book, she helps you root out your own misplaced allegiances so that you can live wholly as a subject of the king who made and redeemed you. Our hearts are made for unswaying allegiance to a king and a kingdom, a concept that Jesus talked about more than any other. Yet every day, accumulations, approval, self-sufficiency, the false kings of anxiety, power, comfort, image, escape, supremacy, and shame plot to reign over our hearts instead.
Made for Friendship: The Relationship That Halves Our Sorrows and Doubles Our JoysCrossway #ad - But in our busy, fast-paced, mobile world, we’ve lost this rich view of friendship and instead settled for shallow acquaintances based on little more than similar tastes or shared interests. Helping us recapture a vision of true friendship, pastor Drew Hunter explores God’s design for friendship and what it really looks like in practice—giving us practical advice to cultivate the kinds of true friendships that lead to true and life-giving joy.
God made you for friendship. Friendship is one of the deepest pleasures of life.
Friendship FactorAugsburg Books #ad - S. At the heart of each relationship, says McGinnis, is the friendship factor—the essential ingredient of warmth and caring. Lewis, mcginnis shares the secret of how to love and be loved. With captivating case histories and anecdotes about such famous people as George Burns, Howard Hughes, and C.
Searching for Spring: How God Makes All Things Beautiful in TimeBaker Books #ad - Our reality is so often the "not beautiful" that it's hard to trust that God can make our mess into something good. For all who are in the midst of suffering, who find their faith withering, who are questioning whether God is at work--or even present--as they wait for something in their lives to become beautiful, this book will be a welcome reminder that God never stops his redemptive work and that there is a time for everything under heaven.
Framed by the changing seasons, this journey will heighten readers' senses and awaken their affections for the creator of it all. The bible says that god makes all things beautiful in their time, but when we look around today we see a broken and marred world. So how do we live with hope for a future redemption of all things?In Searching for Spring, Christine Hoover takes readers on a treasure hunt for beauty in both familiar and unexpected places.
The Friendship Formula: How to Say Goodbye to Loneliness and Discover Deeper Connection#ad - You really love being a good friend and want to share that. How to be better oneself at friendship / being a friend, and it has lots of practical advice. We teach them how to grow crops, be resourceful, and become self-sufficient. Shumway covers all the nuts and bolts and pertinent theories. About the friendship formula the friendship Formula is a self-help book for anyone age 12 to 112 looking to make friends and deepen their current relationships.
Readers have the chance to dive deep and develop insights about themselves, decipher relational needs in others, and master the interpersonal dance of friendship. Similarly, the friendship formula isn’t just about making friends – it’s about learning the art of friendship:recognize the self-defeating beliefs that hold you backUnderstand your attachment needs Identify barriers to friendship and connectionDiscover the key to building a healthy relationshipNotice bids for human connection Praise from Readers:"This book is amazing and provides readers with an opportunity to learn how to be a friend, make friends, and keep friends!! I loved the "Questions to ponder?" and the wonderful personal stories.
The Friendship Formula: How to Say Goodbye to Loneliness and Discover Deeper Connection #ad - This book is filled with easily-digestible lessons on rich psychological concepts such as emotional attachment, pain and rejection, and power dynamics, defense mechanisms, each anchored in my own stories of love and laughter, rediscovery and renewal. This book goes steps further in elucidating the art of friendship.
Loneliness truly has become an epidemic. Lots of good points, and very easy to read. And yet, when we fight against issues like world hunger, we don’t just send food to the needy.
Friendships Don't Just Happen!: The Guide to Creating a Meaningful Circle of GirlFriendsTurner #ad - And so i turned away from the scene of laughter and walked away. And yet i stood there feeling very lonely. We live our entire lives trying to fit in, be known, attract acceptance, and experience intimacy. No one wants to seem desperate, even if we are. And exhausted at just the idea of how far I was from that reality.
This revolutionary, engaging guide will also benefit women who already feel rooted to fabulous friends, with insightful principles that will help them maintain and enhance their current friendships. Full of practical how-to tips, location, interests, teaching women how to: evaluate their current circle of friends recognize what types of friends they are seeking based on career, Friendships Don’t Just Happen! highlights several areas of developing lasting friendships, guiding questions, ” trust, fun activities, and step-by-step instructions, and relationship status Create a prioritized friendship action plan Find extraordinary friends—where to look and how to approach them Take initiative to jumpstart friendships and face fears of rejection Establish “frientimacy, and happiness through conversation and activities Maintain meaningful friendships and determine which ones are worthwhile Excerpt from Friendships Don't Just Happen: There is a lie out there that real friendship just happens.
Friendships Don't Just Happen!: The Guide to Creating a Meaningful Circle of GirlFriends #ad - I had a phone full of far-flung friends’ phone numbers, but I didn’t yet know anyone I could just sit and laugh with in a café. All the batting of my eyelashes wasn’t going to send the right signals. Asking for her phone number like we’re going to call her up for a Saturday night date is just plain weird.
I knew i couldn’t just walk in there and introduce myself to them.