Sharing secrets. Laughing until it hurts. Hugging through tears. True friends are one of God's greatest gifts.You'll cherish these stories of true friendship from
· Lisa-Jo Baker
· Holley Gerth
· Bonnie Gray
· Liz Curtis Higgs
· Jennifer Dukes Lee
· Tsh Oxenreider
· Crystal Paine
· Myquillyn Smith
· Renee Swope
· Lysa TerKeurst
· Jessica Turner
· and many more
"Time with friends is healing time; it is holy time. And no matter how busy we are or how much we have going on, we must make time for one of life's greatest blessings."--Rachel Macy Stafford,New York Times bestselling author of Hands Free Mama
"This uplifting collection of stories invites you to settle in and rediscover why friendship truly is a gift."--Kayla Aimee, author of Anchored: Finding Hope in the Unexpected
"Reading this book is like spending time with a group of encouraging friends. Dawn Camp has created a warm, welcoming place our hearts can go back to again and again whenever we need to remember we're not alone."--Holley Gerth, Wall Street Journal bestselling author of You're Already Amazing
"A book you'll want to give to every one of your friends, because you'll see your own friendships in the pages and you'll just have to share it!"--Rachel Anne Ridge, artist, blogger, and author ofFlash: The Homeless Donkey Who Taught Me about Life, Faith, and Second Chances
Whether next door or in the next time zone, our friends are some of our most vital relationships. We cherish time spent together and look forward to the next time we can solve the world's problems over coffee. There is something about a true friend that no other relationship can touch.
Collecting over fifty true stories from some of today's best writers, Dawn Camp offers you a chance to sit back and experience the gift of friendship. With its beautiful photographs and poignant prose, this collection is the perfect pick-me-up anytime you need a boost.
"The Gift of Friendship" is a great collection of stories focusing on friendship. Life is so busy in general with work, family, just everyday responsibilities in life that it is so easy to all of a sudden find yourself not having friends or more likely not being a good friend. This book celebrates friendships, but also recognizing that friendships can be hard to maintain, but yet they are something that are so important. There are several sections to this book; my personal favorite is pursuing friendship and also the hospitality one. Throughout life, friends and friendships change based upon our roles and lifestyle as a child to college student to working to being a mom. I really enjoyed this book as I found myself relating to many of the stories. Also, the layout is very visually pleasing with pictures interspersed and the layout of the pages. I highly recommend this for all women to read, no matter where they are at in life as friendships are so special and treasured, whether you have "old" friendships or creating new friendship ties.
*Thanks to the Revell Reads Program for the complimentary copy of this book in exchange for a honest review.*