Monday, January 26, 2015

Free Ebook: Chronic Illness and Friendship

Chronic Illness and Friendship eBookI am excited to share with you the Chronic Illness and Friendship ebookWhether you have a friend with a chronic illness, or you have a chronic illness yourself, this book is for you. In this book you will find ideas for how you can reach out to new friends and how you can better serve the friends God has already placed in your life. 

In the fall I wrote a blog post series about Chronic Illness and Friendship. That original series has now been edited to create this ebook. Now you can have all of the helpful information from the series in one easy to access file. The ebook has added discussion questions and resource pages for those who wish to learn more about friendship and chronic illness.

It is my hope and prayer that this ebook will be beneficial for both the healthy and the chronically ill as we seek to be good friends to those whom God has placed in our lives.

View the free ebook here: Chronic Illness and Friendship. The ebook can be read online if you wish. You are also welcome to download and print it at home. I hope this will be a helpful resource for you. 


Endorsement for Chronic Illness and Friendship:


"’But I asked her to go to the movies! She never takes me up on my offer.’ If you have a friend with a chronic illness it can be a challenge to know how to encourage her or help in the way she needs most. Rachel Lundy has written a 36-page book 'Chronic Illness and Friendship' that inspires us all to be better friends--whether we are the one with the illness or the friend of one in pain. It reminds us to remember the family of one who is ill as we learn more about her world. ‘Chronic Illness and Friendship’ also explains how to pray for and encourage one who is ill--which may be much different than we assume. Rachel has written a book that can be used as a conversation tool with friends, complete with topical questions at the end of each chapter. This book gives terrific insight into the value of friendships--even when you feel too tired to pursue them. If you are chronically ill or wish to be a better friend to those who are, this book will be an evening read, but it may impact your life for years to come.”

- Lisa Copen, author of Beyond Casseroles: 505 Ways to Encourage a Chronically Ill Friend and founder of http://restministries.com

4 comments:

Abby said...

Will you be offering this as an ebook for Kindle, etc...? That would be nice. Thank you!

Rachel Lundy said...

It isn't something I can offer on Kindle right now, but I am hoping that I will be able to sometime in the future!

Tina said...

Cant wait to read this! I just shared it with facebook followers on my chronic illness blog. :)

Rachel Lundy said...

Thanks! I hope that the book will be beneficial for you and your facebook followers!

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