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Publication Date: 2009
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Sarahs words could not come at a better time. Too many of us have allowed our female friendships to slip on the priority scale and this book is the perfect reminder of the essential, beautifully ordained connection between women. Reading and relishing her words, I recalled with rich nostalgia the formative friendships of my childhood and emerged from the pages with a fresh perspective and heightened appreciation for the special women in my life today. This book reads like the voice of a friend, intimate and true. Kristin Armstrong, contributing editor for Runners World magazine and author of four books, including Happily Ever After: Walking with Peace and Courage Through a Year of Divorce and Work in Progress: An Unfinished Womans Guide to Grace
The Friends We Keep is a true and tender testimony to the joys and struggles we women experience in our friendships with one another. As I read I found myself nodding in agreement, and sometimes tearing up in remembrance. We dont always get it right, but we need each otherand there is deep satisfaction to be found in the relationships we forge. I loved Sarahs book and recommend it to anyone who seeks to know (or find) her truest friends. Leigh McLeroy, author of The Beautiful Ache and Treasured
Donna Eddins4 Stars Out Of 5June 25, 2010Donna EddinsI actually have no opinion of this book. I did purchase it for a gift for a new member of our small womens group that thought it would be quite appropriate.
Lauryn Abbott4 Stars Out Of 5August 18, 2009Lauryn AbbottFriendship can be complicated, cant it? In "The Friends We Keep, A Womans Quest for the Soul of Friendship," Sarah Zacharias Davis, explores some of the joys and difficulties of friendship. We love our friends and we need our friends, so why then do we get jealous or resentful of them? Broken friendships can often be more painful than even the breakups weve had with boyfriends. Some friendships are broken off suddenly, while others wilt away over time until theres nothing left. These are just some of the topics Davis explores as she attempts to navigate the often murky waters of friendship between women. I did have some difficulty in reading this book, not because it isnt good it is, but because it caused me to reflect on friendships Ive had and still have. But Im glad I read it, and Im sure other women will also give thought to, and freshly appreciate their current friendships, and let go of those that have ended. There is a discussion guide included at the conclusion of the book.
Christy Lockstein4 Stars Out Of 5August 14, 2009Christy LocksteinThe Friends We Keep by Sarah Zacharias Davis is a fascinating look at the friendships women carry with them throughout their lives and a glimpse into why they are so important. Davis' book is a warm-hearted and enjoyable read that delves into questions about exactly what creates and maintains a friendship. Why are some friends with us for life and others only for a season? What purpose does friendship serve? She uses movies, books, and anthropology to explain what friendship looks like and how it changes from childhood to adulthood. The book is filled with poignant and beautiful stories about friendship and how it changes us. It's a book to enjoy and then share with your best friend!
Heather Randall5 Stars Out Of 5August 14, 2009Heather RandallIn her book, The Friends We Keep, Sarah Zacharias Davis expresses the complex nature of female friendships. This book is an inside look at the varying degrees of friendship and how they all blend together to shape us into the women weve become.Sarah Zacharias Davis references books, plays and movies that capture the depths of friendship. Using many great examples, she writes about the ups and downs that all relationships face. She confront the necessity of betrayal and the conflicts that pull a friendship together and make it stronger than it was. Sarah covers the stages and phases of friendship that travel the length of our lives through awkward self-discover to the forming of who we are and what we will become. Its the truly special friendship that ride the waves with us.Readers will learn about soul friendships defined as . . .full disclosure, confession, sharing deep wounds and slow healing . . .This section is, to me, the most poignant and beautiful description of love.The Friends We Keep discusses all forms of friendship from seasonal friendship, soul friendship, unplanned friendship and distanced friendship. Friendship is lined up against fictional references, movie references and biblical imagery.The Friends We Keep is beautifully written. Even the cover is beautiful.This book would make a wonderful gift for a friend. It contains a detailed discussion guide at the back of the book that leads readers to dig even deeper into the ideas and nature of friendship.
Cindy Loven4 Stars Out Of 5July 31, 2009Cindy LovenWhat are we asking from our friends? This is a question this author pursues deeply in her book The Friends We Keep. Do we want them to fill the void, that is truly only filled by God? Do we want them to accept all of our little idiosyncrasies? Unconditional love is a huge part of friendship, yet too often we find that our friends and even we ourselves cannot love unconditionally. Sarah Zacharias Davis, takes a look at friendship, and deeply probes into the whys, whats, and who's of friendships. Why do hurt the ones we love? Why do we use sarcasm to cover our hurts, instead of facing them head on? Why do we gossip about our dearest friends? All of these questions are addressed in this book. Who is our soul friend? Our true friends? Why doesn't certain friendships last? How do we intervene for friends in situations that can destroy them? So many questions she addresses and answers. Explore, and learn how to make and keep friends. The research on this book is incredible and vast, she quotes many authors, movies, and songs using their words to help convey her thoughts. A well written book. Definitely a book to share with friends.A discussion guide at the end, makes the book a marvelous book club or study group book.