Heart Sisters by Natalie Chambers Snapp

Heart Sisters

Heart Sisters – Book Review

During my life, I have been blessed by the friendship of many wonderful women who have shared life’s joyful moments with me and have stood by my side during the midst of life’s trials.

At times, though, I have struggled through difficult moments in my relationships with women. Some of my friendships have weathered the storms that have darkened the horizon at different times in my life. Sadly, others have not.

These days, as I reflect on my female friendships past and present, there are several questions that constantly cross my mind:

  • How can I be a better friend to the women God has placed in my life?
  • How can I establish healthy boundaries in my relationships?
  • How can I be honest without hurting others in the midst of conflict?’
  • How do I know when the time has come to end a friendship?

If you have ever experienced conflict in the midst of a friendship that you value – if you want to improve the quality of your female relationships – if you want to learn how to be a better friend to others – than Heart Sisters – Be The Friend You Want To Have by Natalie Chambers Snapp is a book that you must read!

Heart Sisters is a newly released book from Abingdon Press that I wish was written long ago as the wisdom that Natalie imparts in this book could have saved a lot of heartache – and perhaps a friendship or two!

In Heart Sisters – a biblically based book – Natalie shares her own stories as well as the stories of others to illustrate what works and what doesn’t in relationships with women.

She tackles all of the topics you would hope to read about – the value of girlfriends, how to get right with God and others, how to be honest and tactful in our relationships, how to handle conflict, and how to forgive when the need arises.

She also tackles a few timely topics that might surprise you, such as friendship etiquette in a digital world – how to raise daughters who will be good friends – and how to be a “heart sister” in the workplace or when we are involved in ministry.

Heart Sisters is perfect to read alone and then to share with a friend or study group – there are questions at the end of each chapter that would lead to insightful discussions.

Heart Sisters is a heartfelt book that illustrates why we need girlfriends in our life and shows us that the foundation for a lasting friendship begins with us.

I highly recommend this book to you!

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars.

Video – The Story Behind Heart Sisters

About Natalie Chambers Snapp

Natalie Chambers Snapp

Natalie Chambers Snapp is first and foremost a follower of Jesus, then wife to Jason, and mom to one spunky daughter and two spirited sons with a crazy amount of energy. Choosing to follow Jesus at 27, Natalie is passionate about sharing the grace, mercy, and truth of God’s love.

Natalie lives in the Midwest with her crew and tries to keep it simple by writing about the faith found in the everyday mundane. On her website, she shares the outpourings of her heart in the fleeting moments between being a wife and mother.


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  1. MB says:

    This sounds like a great book. I think it’s easy to criticise the people around us and see fault in their actions, especially when they hurt us or let us down. But a friendship goes both ways and we could probably all do with being a better friend sometimes 🙂 particularly in a manner that brings glory to God and not to us! (I can just about hear my pride saying what a wonderful friend I am…)

  2. Claudia
    Twitter: Imagesbycw

    I agree with the MB, it sound like a good and important book. Friendships are so important for us and they have to be maintained, as in taken care of a lot.

  3. It looks like a great book! Friendship is soo important.

  4. Nish says:

    Making and keeping good friends is so important, and as we grow older so hard to do. Sounds like a very meaningful book. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Tammi says:

    Learning later in my life just how important friendships are to me. I will definitely check out this book! Thanks you.

  6. Sounds like a great book… It’s always nice to read about strong friendships 🙂 …those books are usually inspirational!

    I’ve pinned your post, thanks for sharing at #SmallVictoriesSundayLinkup …hope to see you again this week!

  7. sandraj says:

    First visit to your website from Faith Filled Fridays – happy to find another site that reviews books. I love to get recommendations! Glad I visited. God bless.

  8. Beautiful review! And a very important topic!

    Visiting from Literacy Musing Mondays… First time joining Mary’s link up so glad I did! 🙂

    After a ten year writing project with God… I am getting ready to publish my first book – releasing August 25!

    I would be honored if you would consider reviewing it for me? I just posted my first vlog / book trailer today on my blog. 🙂

    Either way… I would love the prayers!

    Blessings to you!

    • Create With Joy
      Twitter: CreateWithJoy1

      Danise, I am SO excited to meet you – thank you for the invitation!
      Your book trailer is awesome!
      So happy to connect with you via e-mail and Twitter.
      Look forward to getting to know you! 🙂

  9. Donna says:

    Sounds like a good book. Knowing how to be a friend is important.

  10. Mary Hill
    Twitter: MaryHill16

    Thanks for linking up with Literacy Musing Mondays. I always enjoy your reviews. I wish this book had been around a long time ago too.

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