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Heart Sisters: Be the Friend You Want to Have Paperback – April 21, 2015
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About the Author
Natalie Chambers Snapp is an author, blogger, and speaker who describes herself first and foremost as a follower of Jesus, then wife to Jason, and mom to one spunky daughter and two spirited sons with a whole lot of energy. Not choosing to follow Jesus until the age of twenty-seven, she is passionate about sharing the grace, mercy, and truth of God’s love regardless of your track record. Her authentic approach to life and faith is both refreshing and endearing. Natalie is the author of Becoming Heart Sisters: A Bible Study on Authentic Friendships and the book Heart Sisters: Be the Friend You Want to Have and has written for various blogs and online devotionals, including Proverbs 31. She lives in West Lafayette, Indiana with her crew and writes about faith in the everyday mundane. Visit her at NatalieSnapp.com, and follow her at facebook.com/AuthorNatalieSnapp and on Twitter: @NatalieSnapp.
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It hit home with me when Natalie stated that "until we get right with God, we'll continue to spin our relational wheels and live with frustration and confusion." When I did this, everything fell into place. Now knowing the difference of quality versus quantity, clique versus tight-knit, the sisters that should surround you, establishing boundaries… I'm ashamed to admit that it took me into my fourth decade to really know how to decipher these things. I wish this book had existed when I was growing up. This is something every woman should read, and share with our younger generations.