Walk with Me: Two Friends on a Spiritual Journey Together

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FaithWalk Publishing, 2005 - Religion - 186 pages
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Inspires women to draw closer to God through friendships with one another. Follow two young moms and fellow Wheaton College grads as they share the ups and downs of their seventeen-year friendship. Weaves stories, recipes, and poetry around the theme of seeing the face of God through friends, family, and community.
 

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User Review  - Rhian Quinton - Christianbook.com

I adored this book from beginning to end. It is a must read for any woman with close friends, wanting close friends, wanting to grow closer to her friends. The memories and poems flow seamlessly into ... Read full review

Contents

Gifts of Grace
4
Remember Me
10
Prayer of Thanksgiving for Sister Friends
19
Bye to Wheaton
27
Seasons of Safe
33
Snapshots of Whole
39
That Which Rings True
47
77ic Gift of Family
54
Furoshiki
100
Good Friends Find Each Other
129
Sarah
135
Carry Me
149
The Day the Willow Died
155
Snow Dream
161
Will Die
167
Looking Ahead Living Now
174

The Miller Motel
71
Idea as GiftUgly Chicken Recipe
77
My Enigmatic Friend
87
At the Cross
94
Epilogue
180
About the Authors
186
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About the author (2005)

Sally Miller is a sought-after speaker who is passionate about sharing stories of God's mind-blowing love with women. She has a master's from Northwestern University in Evanston and a bachelor's from Wheaton College. Sally has written several books, including Divine Love: Women Who Have It and How You Can Too, Girl Talk . . . God Talk: What Your Friends Can Teach You About Prayer (Harvest House), and Walk with Me: Two Friends on a Spiritual Journey Together (FaithWalk). She regularly contributes to various magazines including Kyria and Chicago Parent. She lives in a suburb of Chicago with her husband and three children.

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