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Five Things We’ve Learned About Cross-Gender Friendship

  • May 16, 2014
  • By Happy
Five Things We’ve Learned About Cross-Gender Friendship
photo courtesy of © / CrustyProd

photo courtesy of © / CrustyProd

I am incredibly thrilled to tell you that I have a guest post up today on Dan Brennan’s blog! One of Dan’s passions is helping the church foster a more healthy understanding of cross-gender friendship, and I’m so glad to be a part of the conversation!

I’m especially glad because today I get to share with you the story of what has actually been an unexpected friendship – and how it has changed not only us, but our church.  Head on over to Dan’s blog and check it out now: Beyond the Rules to Freedom: 5 Things We’ve Learned About Cross-Gender Friendship.

By Happy, May 16, 2014
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Simple Felicity is, at its heart, a blog based on the unshakeable belief that happiness really isn't all that complicated. Sometimes finding it can be - but happiness itself is pretty simple, and it's often found in the simplest of things: good food, good books, and good company. So those are the things I write about, along with a few other things that really matter to me, including faith and feminism.

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