The Power of a Positive Friend

  • by Karol Ladd, Terry Ann Kelly
  • Narrated by Karol Ladd, Terry Ann Kelly
  • 6 hrs and 0 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Karol Ladd does it again with the newest book in her popular series. Written with her best friend, Terry Ann Kelly, it is designed to inspire and equip you to build deeper and more meaningful friendships. Through seven biblical principles, Ladd and Kelly's bold insight on subjects, such as "Building on Your Common Interests", "Attitudes and Actions That Divide Relationships", "Encouraging Ways to Enjoy Your Friendships", and "Sacrifice and Trust - a Must", will help you grow positive friendships. Encouraging words, thought-provoking ideas, and creativity are found throughout the audiobook to enrich your current friendships and help you develop new and lasting relationships. Grab a friend and dive into this compelling book that will change the way you view your friendships forever.

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What the Critics Say

"Their ideas about trust, loyalty, and how to damage relationships will be helpful to people as they work through personal obstacles to having close friends. Though explicitly Christian, the authors use their faith in a measured way that doesn't overshadow the practical value of their advice." (AudioFile)

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Warning: this is a religious book!

What would have made The Power of a Positive Friend better?

Omit constant religious references - I did not mean to buy a sermon!


Would you ever listen to anything by Karol Ladd and Terry Ann Kelly again?

No


Would you be willing to try another one of Karol Ladd and Terry Ann Kelly ’s performances?

No


Any additional comments?

Audible needs to post an obvious warning when a book is so strongly religious that it is offensive, even to those of us who grew up religious. I do not want to unknowingly buy a sermon!!

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- Joe Public "gradstudent"

The privileged view of Christianity

I was disappointed in this book ... from the sorority sisterhood to the jealousy between haves and have nots, the authors have a cloyingly saccharin image of the world. It is certainly not the world nor does it even begin to address the challenges that many Christians of my acquaintance have endured. I had hoped that it would reinforce or build upon the lessons of my friends during my own journey, but it is simply a superficial book.
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- John

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-15-2005
  • Publisher: Oasis Audio