The Friendship Factor: Why Women Need Other Women

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New Hope Publishers, 2010 - Religion - 202 pages
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Women need other women for more than just superficial friendship. There is a deep desire for both conversation and connection that resonates in the soul of women. But with so much impersonal communication over email and cell phones, many women find themselves lacking the nourishment, encouragement and rejuvenation that face-to-face unhurried conversations offer. In The Friendship Factor, Brenda Poinsett explores the needs women have to connect conversationally for life enrichment, stress reduction and cooperative efforts such as ministries and missions and puts them into bite-size nuggets that can be shared over lunch by friends.

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The Friendship Factor is a new book by Brenda Poinsett that explores the friendships of women. This book is divided into three parts. In the first part, the author discusses why women need other ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

Born in Ramsey, Illinois, Brenda Poinsett earned her bachelor's degree from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. She then went on to Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth where she received a master's degree in religious education. Since completing her education, Poinsett has taught, spoken and written extensively. She has taught Bible literature, math and sociology at high school and college levels, including working as an adjunct instructor in religious studies for Oakland City (IN) University. She has authored 14 books on topics ranging from prayer to dealing with depression. As a member of the National Speakers Association and the Advanced Writers and Speakers Association, Poinsett is a frequent speaker on topics such as women in the Bible, spiritual transformation and dealing with emotions. Passionate about sharing knowledge that changes lives, she organizes retreats and serves as women's ministry consultant for a missions organization in Missouri. Brenda and her husband, Bob, have three grown sons and reside in Union, Missouri.

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