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Friendship: Sisters for a Journey Paperback – May 17, 2016
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About the Author
Jessie and her husband, John, live in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and have been married since 1985. They have two young adult daughters, Lauren and Sarah, and a new son-in-law, Jonathan. Most days, you can find Jessie walking her two golden-doodles, Bella, and Murphy, while supporting John from the bleachers of the college softball field in her most recent role as the “coach’s wife.” Jessie is a national speaker, author, leadership trainer, and the founder of More of Him Ministries and SHE Leads leadership conference. She also works with LifeWay as their Northeast Simulcast Specialist and frequent presenter at YOU Lead. She has a passion to help women experience God’s Word for themselves as she encourages you to move into a “wholehearted” lifestyle, devoted fully to God.
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Let the pages of Friendship: Sisters for a Journey bring your relationships into focus (encouraging friends who blessed you, sandpaper friends who refined you, and past friends you may not have thought of in a long time). You may even want to invite a few of them to join you around your kitchen table to go over the chapter-by-chapter questions that Jessie has included in the back of the book.
~ Candy Abbott, Owner Fruitbearer Publishing LLC, Jessie's publisher
I never took the time to explore friendship on a deeper level or to learn the ways that God uses those friendships. I basically felt that "friendships happen, that's life; friendships end, that's life. Friendship goes beyond that.
While reading the book, I found myself engaged and processing on so many levels. Was I good friend? Who were my friends? Do I have that "one good friend"? How am I treating my friends? Am I nurturing and treasuring my relationships? What is the current state or status of my friendship with God? Am I a good friend to myself?
Although I finished this book over a week ago, the Lord has continued to minister to me through friendship about friendship. He is revealing to me the many relationships that I DO have and how precious they are. I am also learning to embrace all of the examples of friendships, EVEN IF it's difficult or the potential for fizzling out is there. All friendship is sacred and I can no longer pick or choose or hold out or hold back from the many relationships that God blesses me with during the many seasons I enter.
My recommendation is to get a group of ladies together (in person or online) and read Jessie Seneca's book. Do a book study. Read three chapters and come together to discuss the thought provoking questions in the back of the book. You will discover new friendships as you discuss friendships!
Enjoy the Journey!