Thursday, January 9, 2020

The Art of Friendship By Kim Wier

In this age of limitless digital connections, we are somehow lonelier than ever. This isn't just bad news--it's dangerous news. Loneliness puts us at greater health risk than smoking or obesity, but we would sooner label ourselves overweight than admit we are lonely. It is a secret that is killing us.

Contrary to all our efforts, the answer is not found in more connections, but deeper ones that mirror God himself as the originator of friendship and the original Friend. The Art of Friendship walks with you into a greater understanding of how God has equipped you to be a friend and to have meaningful friendships. With step-by-step guidance, you will begin to strategize how to fulfill your divine calling as a friend. And through God's Word, as you come to understand the depth and width and breadth of God as Friend, you will discover that the spiritual discipline of friendship is both life-changing and life-giving.

Pick up your copy here...

Kim Wier is an author, speaker, humor columnist, and radio talk show host on the country's #1 Christian radio station, KSBJ Houston. She is also a Bible teacher and women's ministry director. Bringing her own perspective as a wife, mother, and professional, Kim has been sharing the experience of walking in faith with other women for 20 years. She lives in East Texas with her husband. Follow Kim at 

My thoughts...

Since my daughter died and I lost my mother when I was just a child. No real family in my life, I long for a very close bond with my friends. I only have a few friends that I can trust and that are there for me no matter what. So this book was a great guide for me. I feel lonely on a daily basis. I was inspired by this book. Wier tells us friends always protect, I agree with this.  My friend will love me unconditionally  no matter what happens I will return that as well.
If you are looking at creating and keep relationships that matter this is your book. It may be a small book but it is mighty. 
I gave this book 5 stars and I HIGHLY recommend it.
The Mary Reader received this book from the publisher for review. A favorable review was not required and all views expressed are our own.


  1. Clearly you did not need to read this one, you are the epitome of a best friend. But this might be helpful for the young people.

  2. I want to read this one really bad. I want to be the best friend that I can be.