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In episode 29 we talked about making time for our spouse and now in today's episode, we are talking about making time for your friends. I used to think that friendships should form organically and would grow if they were meant to, but I was wrong. While a handful of relationships do form naturally, longevity and depth are marked by intention. But what does that really mean? We are here today to discuss ways to incorporate intentional friendship into your everyday.

Mentioned in the Show:

Practical ideas to foster friendship

  • Schedule it!
  • Club or group: Book Club, Cooking Club, Moms in Prayer
  • Sabbath Connections
  • Once a month “grown-up” playdates
  • Collaborate on a Project or Volunteer together
  • Be spontaneous
  • Facetime Lunch, Virtual Tea
  • Voxer - A messaging app for your smartphone with live voice, text, photo and location sharing.
  • Yearly retreat

Podcast:

  • Friending Podcast - Every episode is a collaboration of essays, stories, and conversations from voices who have something to say about Friendship.

Book:

Ministry:

  • Moms in Prayer  - Moms in Prayer International impacts children and schools worldwide for Christ by gathering mothers to pray.

Post:

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