The Friends We Keep

A Woman's Quest for the Soul of Friendship
Narrated by: Sarah Zacharias Davis
Length: 4 hrs and 10 mins
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During a particularly painful time in her life, Sarah Zacharias Davis learned how delightful and wounding women can be in friendship. She saw how some friendships end badly, others die slow deaths, and how a chance acquaintance can become that enduring friend you need.

The Friends We Keep is Sarah's thoughtful account of her own story and the stories of other women about navigating friendship. Her revealing discoveries tackle the questions every woman asks.

  • Why do we long so for women friends?
  • Do we need friends like we need air or food or water?
  • What causes cattiness, competition, and co-dependency in too many friendships?
  • Why do some friendships last forever and others only a season?
  • How do I foster friendship?
  • When is it time to let a friend go, and how do I do so?
  • ©2009 Sarah Zacharias Davis (P)2009 Oasis Audio

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    Jesus is your best friend

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    I was able to relate to this book in the beginning, but 1/4 way through it starts recounting in specific detail personal stories of very small issues within the author's group of friends, and then somehow relating every one of the issues to Jesus. If Jesus is your best friend, then you will like this book. The narrator has a very flat tone which sometimes leads me to zoning out.

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