Study Guide: 9 lessons, 132 pages. As you work through this guide, may you discover God’s heart for his family. May you begin to understand the characteristics of biblical relationships. May you become resolute, choosing to embrace and engage your sisters in Christ. May you find yourself on a path of coming out of hiding and aloneness to be found.
Most of us remember a childhood best friend. Afternoons of climbing trees and playing dolls . . . memories of giggles and sharing secrets at sleepovers . . . tears and hugs. Our friends de ned us. Our social lives centered on our “BFF’s” . . . even if the identity of that particular friend changed as often as the wind.
From an early age, we understand the value of female relationships. But too many of us pull away from relationships as we become adults. Responsibilities and other priorities take precedence. Some of us distance ourselves from others out of hurt. Sometimes we just don’t take the time to reach out. en somewhere along the path, we find ourselves alone and unknown.
God never intended for us to live in isolation. He designed us to live in relationship with him and with one another. As followers of Jesus Christ, we are called to pursue community with our sisters.