Posts about Friendship

20 ways to be a good friend 20 Ways to Be a Good Friend

Posted by Dalene Reyburn on May 25, 2017 in Faith, Friendship, Love

It is amazing how God works, isn’t it? He’s in all the right places at all the right times – even if we don’t recognize or understand it in that exact moment. He opens doors to relationships that open our minds and stir our hearts. He’s always there for our good and His glory. This […]

Friends Love at All Times Friends Love at All Times

Posted by Kay Harms on May 18, 2017 in Faith, Friendship

This week we are looking deeply at what it takes to be a friend that loves at all times. This will require us to set aside our own feelings and emotions and let our friend shine – or in some cases be their support when they can’t be it for themselves. One way to practically […]

Life is better together Life is Better Together

Posted by Laurie Sheffield on May 12, 2017 in Faith, Friendship

The Perfect Fitting Kind of Friends I love how kids can decide in a matter of minutes who is going to be a new best friend. Watch them at the beach: they see someone with the same bathing suit, walk up, introduce themselves, plop down on their new friend’s towel and spend the rest of […]

Beauty Tips From The Beatitudes Beauty Tips From The Beatitudes

Posted by Laurie Sheffield on March 9, 2017 in Faith, Friendship, Happiness

Where’d that hair come from?! When one of my 20-something girlfriends called recently and said, “You gotta come over and tell me what to do, I have a huge problem!” I raced to her side to hear what I assumed would be life altering news. Then she dropped the bomb: “I woke up this morning […]

Boundaries Protect Love Do Boundaries Help the Lost?

Posted by Laurie Sheffield on October 13, 2016 in Faith, Friendship, Marriage

What’s on the corner where I’m supposed to turn? I can get lost going to the same store I’ve gone to a hundred times. If a landmark get’s moved…it’s all over. I could circle the block for an hour looking for the spot that used to be my indication to turn. My family jokes that I get […]