Thank You for Being a Friend: My Personal Journey
A friend loves at all times and a brother is born for adversityWhat does it mean to be a friend? Sit down for a hot cup of tea with author and speaker Jill Briscoe as she describes the sisters in Christ she's encountered over her lifetime and the lessons they've often unknowingly shared with her. Meet: Shirley, the older sister Jill idolized as a child; Janet, the hospital roommate who led her to the Lord; Joan, the example of how to love and follow a man in full-time Christian service; Mary, her mother-in-law, the personification of grace and humility in the face of death. You'll be touched by the endearing relationship she's cultivated with many women over the years and be encouraged to be such a friend to those around you.
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