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"A man of many companions may come to ruin, but there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother" (Proverbs 18:24, New International Version).

True friends are indispensable, and the Bible has volumes to say on the subject—including how to know when you've found one and how to be one yourself.

  • by Robert H Berendt
We sometimes get choosy over who our friends are and with whom we will communicate, spend time or fellowship.
  • by Katherine Rowland
Friendships don't just happen, they take time to cultivate. In particular, we have to learn how to use our words to build up our friendships, instead of breaking them down.
  • by Lorelei Nettles
The time we spend considering one another can change the way we treat each other when difficulties come.
  • by Kourtney Kovanis
For the Feast of Tabernacles this year I traveled with my husband, father, sister, her husband and his parents (Mr. and Mrs. Schreiber) to Sri Lanka. What follows is a bit of what we experienced.
  • by Janet Treadway
When I was a teen and young adult, I was plagued with shyness. I was so shy that I wouldn't speak to anyone.
  • by Gary Smith
When campers first arrive at camp it can be difficult to trust that the Zone is a safe environment, when they are used to the harsh conditions of the world they grow up in. The UYC staff creates a positive, supportive camp atmosphere. As campers accept it they also adopt the supportive attitude, which helps create the Zone at camp and in their home lives when they return.
  • by Dan Dowd
UYC Camps create an environment where campers feel comfortable trying new, challenging activities. Through team work, problem solving and applying God's word to their lives they discover their abilities. Success leads to confidence, which helps them tackle new challenges in life.
  • by Steve Myers

What's your favorite seasoning? Did you know we need to season more than...

  • by Steve Myers

Is social media the best way to build a relationship?