On Friendship: A Review of “The Company We Keep”

The Reformed Reader

company-color-big-300-jpg.jpeg In the past few years, I’ve been thinking on and off about friendships.  It seems to me that many people don’t have good, close friends whom they trust, confide in, and help.  I’ve noticed that a lot of people would rather be alone or not get too close to others; a text or Facebook message is fine, but spending time together in a meaningful way is not always desired.  Why is this the case?  I suppose it has to do with several things, including social media as well as the fact that people are too busy (and too selfish?) to cultivate deep friendships.

If you’ve been thinking about friendship, desire good friendships (or if you think negatively about friendships!) I highly recommend this booklet: The Company We Keep by Jonathan Holmes.  It’s a brief (just over 100 small pages), concise (to the point), and clear (outlined and explained well)…

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Not My Review: On Guard – Preventing and Responding to Child Abuse at Church, by Deepak Reju

The link below is to a book review of ‘On Guard – Preventing and Responding to Child Abuse at Church,’ by Deepak Reju.

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