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Friendship with Guys with Jess Thompson

July 10, 2019 Andrea Burke, Lore Ferguson Wilbert, Jess Thompson Season 1 Episode 11
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Friendship with Guys with Jess Thompson
Jul 10, 2019 Season 1 Episode 11
Andrea Burke, Lore Ferguson Wilbert, Jess Thompson

Today our guest is Jessica Thompson. Jess is part of the epic podcast, Front Porch With the Fitzes (which you should totally check out) with her mom, Elyse Fitzpatrick, her dad Phil, and her brother Joel. Jess is the author of Give Them Grace, Answering Your Kids Toughest Questions, and Exploring Grace Together. And she and her brother just wrote a book together about sex called, Mom, Dad, What’s Sex? Today we get to talk about Friendship with Guys.

Resources
Why Can't We Be Friends?

Scriptures
Romans 12:10

Weekly Challenge
Think of a trustworthy man in your life (or woman, if you’re a man) you’ve held at arm’s length because of fear in your own heart. What would it look like to, as much as it’s appropriate, extend yourself to them as a sister or brother? How can you close the gap created by culture and fear, and trust the God who designed the family of God to help the family of God flourish? How can you practice the one-anothers toward them?

Show Notes

Today our guest is Jessica Thompson. Jess is part of the epic podcast, Front Porch With the Fitzes (which you should totally check out) with her mom, Elyse Fitzpatrick, her dad Phil, and her brother Joel. Jess is the author of Give Them Grace, Answering Your Kids Toughest Questions, and Exploring Grace Together. And she and her brother just wrote a book together about sex called, Mom, Dad, What’s Sex? Today we get to talk about Friendship with Guys.

Resources
Why Can't We Be Friends?

Scriptures
Romans 12:10

Weekly Challenge
Think of a trustworthy man in your life (or woman, if you’re a man) you’ve held at arm’s length because of fear in your own heart. What would it look like to, as much as it’s appropriate, extend yourself to them as a sister or brother? How can you close the gap created by culture and fear, and trust the God who designed the family of God to help the family of God flourish? How can you practice the one-anothers toward them?