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Ill Be There And Lets Make Friendship Bracelets$14.99Add to cart
In a challenging world, making friends as a kid is tough. Luckily, authors Amy Weatherly and Jess Johnston are back with a new spin on their successful friendship book for women–this time to help tween and teen girls struggling with those awkward adolescent years gain their courage and confidence by learning to make real and lasting connections with friends.
An honest and humorous take on the connection between self-acceptance and community, I’ll Be There (And Let’s Make Friendship Bracelets) is a how-to for practicing time-tested skills to establish quality friendships and navigate their ups and downs. For any girl who’s ever felt uncomfortable in their own skin or is still healing from friendship hurt, this book will teach them:
*how to find and keep friends who accept and love them for who they are
*the importance of making friends off screen
*to stay confident and kind in the thick of mean-girl culture
*how to break up with comparison and become a cheerleader for their friends
I’ll Be There (And Let’s Make Friendship Bracelets) will encourage and reassure girls by showing them the value and importance of healthy friendships. Whether breaking it down page by page independently or in a friend group, they’re guaranteed to connect with the book’s insightful activities and candid content, including:
*thoughtful journal prompts
*diagrams, infographics, and coloring pages
*fun quizzes, word searches, real-life challenges, and hidden messages
*true stories from Amy’s and Jess’s own childhood experiences
*a how-to guide for creating DIY friendship bracelets
From the supermom team that brought you I’ll Be There (But I’ll Be Wearing Sweatpants) comes a compulsively readable and highly interactive map for girlhood and friendship with a clear message: life in our crazy and chaotic plugged-in world is more fulfilling surrounded by real-life friends.
365 Days Of Friendship$17.99Add to cart
One of the most precious things about life is the gift of friendship. Receiving a kind word from a friend can make all the difference in your day. Good friends believe the best about you and often have an inspired, beautifully timed way of expressing it. The sincere words of an encouraging friend bring life.
As you read these devotions and Scriptures, be inspired to live with gratitude in your heart and praise on your lips. Meditate on friendships that produce life and peace. Evaluate each day in the light of God’s truth and thank him for your good friends. As you quiet yourself before him, be filled with his life-giving joy so you can pour it out on others.
Speak life into a friend each day of the year and brighten the world with love.
Why Youre 100 Percent Wonderful$15.95Add to cart
This fun fill-in book is for a friend who is too incredible, too terrific, too out-of-this-world not to tell her how much they mean to you! Make her a gift as unique as she is with this bubbly friendship fill-in book. Personalize the playful prompts with silly or sentimental memories and the traits that make her friendship such a treat. When you’re done, you’ll have a keepsake book that captures shared adventures, celebrates inside jokes, and highlights the qualities that make your friend 100% wonderful.
– A CUSTOM GIFT: Create a gift that highlights the unique story of your friendship.
– FUN TO COMPLETE: From checking off superlatives to making lists, you’ll find lots of fun (and simple!) ways to add a personal touch.
– PERFECT FOR ANY OCCASION: Create an extra-special gift for a birthday, holiday, or just because!
Life Changing Cross Cultural Friendships$18.99Add to cart
We can heal our communities–one friendship at a time.
Many of us want to do something to improve race relations, but we don’t know where to start or even if we can make a difference. In Life-Changing Cross-Cultural Friendships, beloved authors and good friends Gary Chapman and Clarence Shuler answer those questions and more by recounting their own story together.
Long before Gary was the bestselling author of The 5 Love Languages and Clarence was the president and CEO of Building Lasting Relationships, they were just an associate pastor and a young high school student, bonded by a love of Christ and learning how to navigate their newly desegregated community. Decades of friendship later, they are sharing the important lessons they learned that will enable you to experience enriching friendships across racial and ethnic barriers.
Each chapter of this inspiring and practical book will guide you into a deeper level of understanding about what friendship is and about the benefits of cross-cultural friendships on an individual and national level. These powerful lessons will include:
*The importance of choosing the right words
*How to differentiate true friends from mere acquaintances
*How Jesus initiated a cross-cultural relationship
*The first two steps to your own cross-cultural friendship
*Three ways to resolve conflict in a cross-cultural friendship
*How to make friendships last through life’s many seasons
Breaking down the walls of division might not be easy, but the simple act of building friendships tears down walls of racism and fear. Will you accept the cross-cultural friendship challenge?
Sisterhood : Giving And Receiving The Gift Of Friendship$15.95Add to cart
Let’s face it: Real-life friendship is hard! We find ourselves challenged by superficial #girltribe social media posts, so how can we really achieve authentic friendship? And is friendship even worth it?
Sisterhood isn’t just a trend or unreachable goal; in fact, friendship with other women is a necessity. Why? Because we’re made for it. We’re created in the image and likeness of the triune God. “Relationship” is stamped into our spiritual DNA — just as God desires to be in relationship with us, he also longs for us to be in authentic relationship with others.
Whether you’re in a steady place with the women in your life or you’re not confident at all when it comes to friendship with other women, each and every one of us always has room to grow in the art of friendship. In Sisterhood: Giving and Receiving the Gift of Friendship, Catholic wife, mom, author, and friend Chloe Langr offers a practical guide to discerning, developing, and keeping authentic friendships.
Together Is A Beautiful Place$15.99Add to cart
Are you lonely? Do you struggle to find the real friends you long for? Here is your invitation to build lasting friendship through meaningful and intentional practices that anyone can do.
The older we get, the less we find ourselves spending time in the company of good friends. Organic friendship becomes nearly impossible–after all, there are all sorts of obligations tugging at our attention. Or we find ourselves getting frustrated with shallow, draining conversations. Or, most painful of all, we feel like no one wants us–and who wants to be rejected?
If you have found yourself desperately wanting connection but confused about why you are not experiencing it, you are not alone. And you don’t have to stay there.
As Christian women, our faith calls us to support one another on the path of growing as a follower of Jesus–a call that will connect us, create a solid foundation for trust, and bind us together in Jesus’ love, no matter what struggles we face on the road of friendship. Together Is a Beautiful Place offers practical habits that are sustainable, deep, and valuable.
*identify what makes a godly, lasting friendship;
*tackle lies and false expectations about what it takes to build lasting friendship; and
*learn to tackle the barriers to friendship and invite healthy friendship rhythms.
You will find that it is possible to grow healthy friendships, starting now.
Ill Be There But Ill Be Wearing Sweatpants Workbook$18.99Add to cart
The perfect sister to the long-awaited book, I’ll Be There (But I’ll Be Wearing Sweatpants) from Sister, I Am With You founders, Amy Weatherly and Jess Johnston, this workbook is your personal account of getting to the place you most want to be–standing beside women who encourage you, lift you, see you, and remind you that you aren’t alone in this crazy, messy, rollercoaster life. Addressing the incredible value of friendship, this workbook provides space and structure and focus for the practical steps on how to get there. Inside these pages, you will apply the thirteen most common obstacles to connection as well as actionable steps to solve each one.
Amy Weatherly and Jess Johnston offer an-easy-to-follow road map to the place of relationship we all desperately want to be. With hilariously relatable vulnerability we can all take today to build deep and satisfying friendships, Amy and Jess show us how to:
*break free from unhealthy habits that block us from connection
*find the confidence to live freely and without fear of rejection
*intentionally pursue friends in everyday life
Designed specifically to be used while reading the book.
Ill Be There But Ill Be Wearing Sweatpants$18.99Add to cart
Amy Weatherly and Jess Johnston, founders of the wildly popular “Sister, I Am with You” online community, address common obstacles to true connection and offer a confessional, hilarious, and practical guide for building deep friendships in the middle of this crazy, rollercoaster life.
If you’ve ever wondered why it seems like such a struggle to make and maintain friendships as an adult–it’s not just you. The number of Americans who claim to have no close friends has drastically increased over the last few decades. Loneliness doesn’t care what age you are, how many Instagram followers you have, or where you call home. It doesn’t care how “put together” you appear to the outside world. Women have a collective wound that only authentic sisterhood can heal.
In I’ll Be There (But I’ll Be Wearing Sweatpants), Amy Weatherly and Jess Johnston, creators of the popular online community “Sister, I Am With You,” offer an-easy-to-follow road map to the place we all desperately want to be–standing beside other women who see us, know us, and love us for who we truly are. With hilariously relatable vulnerability and actionable steps we can all take today to build deep and satisfying friendships, Amy and Jess show us how to:
*break free from unhealthy habits that block us from connection;
*find the confidence to live freely and without fear of rejection; and
*intentionally pursue friends in everyday life.
I’ll Be There (But I’ll Be Wearing Sweatpants) won’t talk down to us, or boss us around. It won’t tell us to simply “find your people” and then leave us feeling even more discouraged than before. This book will snuggle up beside us, grab a fuzzy blanket, and say “Let me show you how to do it. I’ve been there too. It’s hard, but it’s not impossible, and it’s so much better together.”
Friendship Its Complicated$29.99Add to cart
Too often our friendships with other women can be marked by drama, competition, betrayal, and unforgiveness. As women, we can cause one another deep pain, creating wounds in need of healing. But we were made for connection and healthy friendships with other women to cheer each other on and fulfill our God-breathed purpose–together.
Through vulnerable personal stories laden with joy, heartache, mistakes, and lessons learned, Andi invites you on a journey of navigating the complications that can come in friendships with other women. With practical and biblical applications throughout, this book will empower you to do the work by first facing yourself and untangling the mess, then seeking reconciliation for genuine connection, and building authentic friendships, even when it’s been painful or complicated in the past.
Friendship Initiative : 31 Days Of Loving And Connecting Like Jesus$12.99Add to cart
Spend 31 days learning how to build better relationships and connect with others following Jesus’s example in The Friendship Initiative, a devotional by Amberly Neese.
We long for connection. Despite faster internet connections, better WiFi hotspots, and more ways to stay connected than ever before, our lives still feel less and less connected. We desire healthy friendships but feel less equipped to make and foster them.
In The Friendship Initiative by Amberly Neese, we dive into the friendships and connections Jesus made in the Bible and discover 31 keys for building relationships. Each devotion includes Scripture, a devotional reflection, practical application ideas, and suggestions for reflection and prayer.
Keys for relationship building include:
*reaching out to those who are different
*Find encouragement and practical help for connecting with others in their everyday lives *Focus on loving others as Jesus did
*Discover 31 Keys for building relationships
Share Your Stuff Ill Go First$25.99Add to cart
Part memoir and part guidebook, Share Your Stuff. I’ll Go First. is the invitation you’ve been waiting for to show up with your whole self and discover the intimate, meaningful relationships you long for. In spite of the hyper-connected culture we live in today, women still feel shamed for oversharing and being publicly vulnerable. And no matter how many friends we seem to have, many of us are still desperately lonely.Laura Tremaine says it’s time for something better. Openness and vulnerability are the foundation for human growth and healthy relationships, and it all starts when we share our stuff, the nitty-gritty daily details about ourselves with others. Laura has led the way in her personal life with her popular blog and podcast, and now with lighthearted self-awareness, a sensitivity to the important things in life, and compelling storytelling, Laura gives you the tools to build and deepen the conversations happening in your life.Laura’s stories about her childhood in Oklahoma, her complicated shifts in faith and friendships, and her marriage to a Hollywood movie director will prompt you to identify the beautiful narrative and pivotal milestones of your own life. Each chapter offers intriguing and reflective questions that will reveal unique details and stories you’ve never thought to tell and will guide you into cultivating the authentic connection with others that only comes from sharing yourself.
Isaac And Izzys Tree House$7.99Add to cart
A Whitespark Title
With summer warming the world, Isaac decides it’s time for a new adventure with his favorite Sugar Maple. But his plans for a tree house turn out to be a spectacular…failure. And the animals who call the tree home are in a tizzy over it too.
Art Of Friendship$18.00Add to cart
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.
Friendish : Reclaiming Real Friendship In A Culture Of Confusion$17.99Add to cart
Bible teacher Kelly Needham debunks our world’s constricted, small view of friendship and casts a richer, more life-giving, biblical vision for friendship as God meant it to be.
As the family unit grows more unstable and the average age of marriage increases, a shift is taking place in our culture: for many people, friends now play the role of family. And just as with family relationships, our friendships often don’t turn out quite as we envisioned or hoped, and we wonder, Is there a better way to do this?
In Friend-ish, Kelly Needham takes a close look at what Scripture says about friendship. She reveals the distorted view most of us have of it and recasts a glorious vision for a Christian understanding. By teaching us how to recognize symptoms of idolatry and dependency, she equips us to understand and address the problems that arise in friendship–from neediness to discord and even sexual temptation. With hard-fought wisdom, a clear view of Scripture, and been-there perspective, Needham reorients us toward the purposeful, loving relationships we all crave that ultimately bring us closer to God.
Real Relationships Workbook$14.99Add to cart
Digging below the surface to take you to a whole new level.
Offering expert advice and practical tools for improving the most important aspect of human life, this workbook is integral to getting the most out of Real Relationships–Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott’s updated and expanded edition of their classic and bestselling book, Relationships.
Containing dozens of self-tests and assessments, this workbook will help you determine: your relational readiness, the health of the home you grew up in, your understanding of gender differences, and much more.
Used in conjunction with the Real Relationships book, the Real Relationships Workbook digs below the surface to the depths of human interactions, helping you make your bad relationships better and your good relationships great, taking your life to a whole new level.
The Real Relationships book–which includes a FREE interactive online assessment and vital information on virtual friendships and online dating–and Real Relationships Workbook reveal the secrets for healthy, authentic, and meaningful connections.Your relationships will never be the same.
How To Make Friends And Stay Friends$9.99Add to cart
Have you ever been in a restaurant and heard raucous noises coming from a table full of children next to you? Or perhaps those children were yours and their behaviour made you want to crawl under the table in embarrassment? Well, this book is for you!
For years I have closely studied children and their behaviour. I’ve witnessed the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. Navigating the world can be difficult. Making friends, learning how to share and play nicely do not always come naturally. These are learned behaviours and in order for a child to understand and perform them they must first be taught them.
With this book’s help children will learn the value and the many skills required for:
*maintaining healthy boundaries
*making new friends
*attending social events
*understanding and appreciating others
*achieving and maintaining emotional well-being
*winning favour with peers
There are also chapters in this book dedicated to classroom etiquette, the importance of a smile, how to not drive your parents crazy on a long car ride and so much more!
At the end of the day we all hope the best for the next generation. We want them to be happy and successful; financially, socially and emotionally. However, in order for them to be comfortable and to thrive in any situation, they need to know how to conduct themselves in a polite, thoughtful and loving manner.
The aim of this book is to give young people the skills they need to manage life’s challenges and to treat others the way that they would like to be treated.
Kite For Moon$17.99Add to cart
A Kite for Moon, written by New York Times bestselling author of How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight? Jane Yolen and her daughter, Heidi E. Y. Stemple, tells a heartfelt story about a young boy’s fascination and unlikely friendship with the moon. With whimsical illustrations by award-winning artist Matt Phelan, the story begins when the little boy, who is flying his kite, notices a sad Moon. He sends up kites to her, even writing notes to Moon promising he will come see her someday. This promise propels him through years and years of studying, learning, and training to be an astronaut!
Dedicated to Neil Armstrong, and a perfect children’s book to help celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first United States moon landing, the cover of this book will captivate readers with eye-catching spot UV, foil, and embossing.
Girls Club Experience$9.99Add to cart
The Girls’ Club Experience, a companion to Girls’ Club by Sally, Sarah, and Joy Clarkson, is a guidebook for women of all ages who want to cultivate deeper, more satisfying friendships with other women. Believing that friendship must be cultivated like a garden, the authors have compiled tools and seeds-discussion questions and fun, practical exercises-to help readers start planting.
Whether you work through the book with a current friend, a new friend, or a group of friends, the chapters, discussion questions, and exercises are intended to draw you into deeper knowledge and trust of one another.
Made For Friendship$19.99Add to cart
While most people have companions, acquaintances, or spouses, do they know what it means to have true friends? With studies showing increasing rates of loneliness and isolation in our society, it is clear there is a need for many to rediscover the true meaning and value of friendship. Filled with biblical insights and real-world examples, this book explores the universal need for friendship, what true friendship really looks like, and how to cultivate relationships that go deeper than enjoying similar tastes or shared interests. As readers discover the biblical vision of true friendship, they will be encouraged to pursue it with enthusiasm and joy.
Amelia Bedelia Digs In Chapter Book 12$5.99Add to cart
In Amelia Bedelia Digs In, after a successful but exhausting Beach Ball, Amelia Bedelia and her family are all set for a relaxing week on the beach to wrap up their summer. But when Amelia stumbles upon a clue from an old pirate captain, she springs into action in search of the long-lost treasure. Recommended for ages 6 to 10 years.
Gift Of Friendship$13.99Add to cart
Whether next door or in the next time zone, our friends provide some of our most important relationships. We cherish time spent with them, bemoan time spent apart, and look forward to the next time we can have coffee or rush to greet them as they walk toward our door. And nothing warms our hearts like stories of true friendship.
Collecting over fifty true stories from some of today best writers, Dawn Camp offers readers a chance to sit back and experience the gift of friendship. With its beautiful photographs and poignant prose, this collection is a great gift for a dear friend and the perfect pick-me-up any time you need a boost. Contributors include Crystal Paine, Liz Curtis Higgs, Tsh Oxenreider, Myquillyn Smith, Jennifer Dukes Lee, Lisa-Jo Baker, Jessica Turner, Lysa TerKeurst, Bonnie Gray, Holley Gerth, Renee Swope, and many more.
I Can Do Anything$12.99Add to cart
Tina is tiny. She’s downright itsy-bitsy. If you blink you might miss her! But that won’t stop Tina from doing big things! She knows God is for her, and God is bigger than any challenge she’ll ever face – including learning what being a friend truly means. I Can Do Anything! lets kids know they can do anything with God.
Check out the entire Best of Buddies series, including:- I’ve Got This! – Is Anyone Out There? – I Was Born for This! – Uh-Oh! I Did It Again!
(The Buddies featured in the Best of Buddies series are from Group’s Maker Fun Factory Vacation Bible School)
Have You Seen Spud$12.95Add to cart
This story is about a little boy named Sam who thought he lost his best friend, a bug named Spud. Spud had just wanted to play and explore, but he couldn’t find his way home. Asking for help from a passing firefly, Spud finds his way home where he is happily reunited with Sam once again.
Thank You For Being A Friend Perpetual Calendar$10.99Add to cart
Our ‘Thank You for Being a Friend’ 365 day perpetual calendar is a perfect gift for a friend-no special occasion necessary-thanks to its heartwarming words, insights, and beautiful verses.
Thank You For Being A Friend
Nothing enters your life accidentally-remember that. Behind our
every experience is our loving, sovereign God. -Charles Swindoll
You both precede and follow me and place Your hand of blessing on my head. Psalm 139:5 TLB
See to it that you really do love each other warmly, with all your hearts. I Peter 1:22 TLB
Size: 5 1/4″ x 4 3/4″ x 1 1/4″
366 inspirational messages
Assorted Scripture text
How To Win Friends For Christ$15.95Add to cart
How do you strike up conversations with people so that you can share the gospel message? As a seminarian, Fr. Thomas Cavanaugh felt called to learn how to evangelize, so he and his professor at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary, Dr. John Love, organized a “New Evangelization Club.” It’s purpose was to learn how to engage students on college campuses. The mission trips were so successful that other seminaries have organized similar endeavors.This book tells their story and offers practical “how-to” guidelines on how to win friends for Christ. Lively and engaging!
Radical Friendship : The Politics Of Communal Discernment$39.00Add to cart
A Print On Demand Title
In a society that is increasingly marked by apathy, division, and moral incompetence, how might Christians set about working with others in such a way as to begin to address those challenges that seem to overwhelm our capacity to respond? In Radical Friendship, Ryan Newson argues that the often-neglected practice of communal discernment provides a path to faithful political engagement that is worthy of reconsideration, especially given its ability to create authentic friendships both within and beyond the church. Such friendships, Newson maintains, are capable of fostering a type of competence in people who engage the practice that can counteract those social, political forces that are antithetical to competence’s formation.
Uniquely, Newson explores the contours of communal discernment as a practice that is especially relevant to Christians seeking radical democratic alternatives to political liberalism. Communal discernment is shown to be capable of generating conscientious participation in grassroots politics; additionally, this practice enables Christians to enjoy reciprocal, discerning relationships with people of differing convictional communities. Indeed, communal discernment turns out to be capable of preparing Christians to recognize and celebrate analogues to the practice in the world at large.
Saving Faith$12.99Add to cart
With Tanner Rose gone, Gabriel is left to settle back into the God-devoted life he’d become so accustomed to. Except that his best friend’s sister, Faith, has decided that a life for the Lord is just way too confining. In an attempt to live a little, Faith focuses her interests on a handsome, but worldly, boy from her school, who has major self-control issues in and out of the kung fu arena. When things get too deep for Faith, she looks to Gabriel for help. Can Gabriel save Faith from self-created destruction or is he just too lost in his own worldly struggles to lend a hand? “Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your minds, so that you may discern what is the will of God-what is good and acceptable and perfect.” (Romans 12:2)
Becoming Heart Sisters Participant Workbook$17.99Add to cart
Friendships with other women are as important to our mental, physical, and spiritual health as rest, exercise, and prayer. We don’t just want friends-we need friends. God created us for relationship. Yet despite being more connected than ever before, we struggle to feel connected. From the false intimacy of social media to busyness and relational conflict, there are many challenges to developing authentic relationships. If you’ve ever been hurt by a friend, struggled to balance friendship with everyday life, seen a friendship end too early, or longed for deeper and more authentic friendships, this Bible study is for you. As Natalie leads you in a deep exploration of timeless truths in the Old and New Testaments, you will learn how to develop and nurture the kind of enriching and satisfying friendships that build up the body of Christ and bring honor to God. Personal testimonies and stories of successes and failures add a level of authenticity that is refreshing and insightful. As you learn to cultivate God-honoring relationships, you will become more like Christ and demonstrate His love to a broken world. Study participants will find deep study of Scripture’s principles for God-honoring friendships; help for navigating conflict, setting boundaries, and learning to forgive; in-depth study of Scripture with testimonies and stories that “ring true,” the do’s and don’ts of authentic friendships; and Bible-based guidance for building stronger and deeper relationships. The participant workbook includes five days of lessons for each week, combining study of Scripture with personal reflection, application, and prayer. Other components for the Bible study, available separately, include a Leader Guide, DVD with six 20-25 minute sessions, and boxed Leader Kit.
Kylie Meets Cooley$13.99Add to cart
Upon moving away from the only home she s ever known, Kylie is sad until she meets Cooley Cow. Together the pair discover they have something in common, somehow. What begins with a wink, then shooting stars, becomes a wonderful new friendship, built on glowing hearts! Mooooooooooooooooo!”
After College : Navigating Transitions Relationships And Faith$18.00Add to cart
Why This Book?
Part I: Real Faith//Faithful To Christ
“Go To An Unknown Land”: Trusting A Familiar God For Unfamiliar Times
In Transition: Facing Change
Take Up Your Cross: Embracing Adversity
The Tyranny Of Choice: Making God-Honoring Decisions
Part II: Real Life//Faithful In Community
Beyond The Quad: Finding Friends
No Perfect Church: Choosing Community
People Are Strange: Preparing For Diversity
Family Matters: Relating To Parents
Twenty-Something Relationships: Navigating Sex, Dating And Marriage
Part III: Real World//Faithful To Our Calling
On Purpose: Stewarding Every Area Of Our Lives For Kingdom Good
A Faith That Works: Adjusting To Our Jobs, Connecting Them To Christ
Financial Faithfulness: Managing Money
Conclusion: “The Land Is Good”: Trusting A Constant God For Dynamic Times
The first year out was one of the hardest years of my life. -Curt The years after college can be some of the most uncertain, unstable times of life. Recent graduates grieve the loss of community, question their place in the world and struggle to find meaningful work. It can be shocking to discover that college did not fully prepare you for the challenges you now face. “It’s much rougher than I thought. I thought things would just play out, and they didn’t. I don’t have friends, I don’t have a job and I hang out with my parents every night.” -Kate But you are not alone. For more than a decade, Erica Young Reitz has specialized in helping college seniors and recent graduates navigate the transition to post-college life. Drawing on best practices and research on senior preparedness, she offers practical tools for a life of faithfulness and flourishing during a critical, transitional time. This practical guide addresses the top issues graduates face: making decisions, finding friends, managing money, discerning your calling and much more. Discover how you can thrive beyond your undergraduate years. If you feel lost in transition, here are resources to help you flourish as a Christ-follower in a complex world.