A Walk With God Through Friendship

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askmar publishing, Oct 25, 2010 - Religion
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Over 60 meditations are provided on provided on a wide range of friendship topics all with grace, humor and thoughfulness. Each meditation begins with a biblical verse and ends with a prayer. The 2010 edition has been updated with an appropriate color photograph for each meditation.
 

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Contents

Twos and Threes
Bosom Friends
The Friendship Visitor
Mustard Seed Moments
Serving
The Value of Relationships
Spontaneous Storms and Friendship
Friendship Over Time

Friendship Beyond Words
Gods Postit Notes
Friendship to Be Had for the Asking
New Beginnings
Friendship as a Gift of the Holy Spirit
No One Is Meant to Go It Alone
Friendship Is a Safe Haven
Friendship Is Being Known
Working in Tandem
An Experience Beyond Words
Crossing Barriers
Friends Take Me as I Am
Friendship in the Eyes of Another
Learning to Trust
Amazing Grace
Keeping Watch
Help and Hope
Working at Friendships
Friends We Want to Be Around
Friends We Worship With
Being Real
Feeling Good Again
Friendship and Friction
Embraced More Than We Know
Friendship in Difficult Times
Being Friends with the Unlovely I
Being Friends with the Unlovely II
Friendship as Being Present
Hanging On to Friendship When It Seems All Is Lost
Longing for Friends
Friendships Provide Perspective
Friendships That Speak the Truth
Friendship Is Broader Than Demographics
Friendships Save Lives
Spiritual Friendship
Hiding from Friendship
Trusting Strangers
Learning from Friends
Friendship in Laughter
Friendship as Spontaneous Love
Friendship and Teamwork
Old Friends
Friendship in Consistency
Seeking Out Friendship
Friends During Rough Patches
Marriage as Friendship
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About the author (2010)

Kim V. Engelmann is a freelance writer who holds a D.Min. from the Boston University School of Theology and an M.Div. in New Testament from Princeton Theological Seminary. She has a special interest and did her doctoral concentration in the area of pastoral care with children.

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