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In a time when many women feel lonely and isolated, Girls’ Club calls us to embrace the delight and comfort that can be found in lifegiving friendships with women— and to cultivate relationships that not only offer emotional affirmation and acceptance, but also inspire, educate, and stretch us to live out our God-given potential.

Girls' Club is told through stories and encouragement based on the authors’ experiences: Sally, a seasoned mother and well beloved author; her daughter Sarah, an Oxford scholar and new mother; and her youngest daughter Joy, a professional young woman pursuing her doctorate, Girls’ Club will speak to the importance of cultivating deep and lasting friendship at every stage in life.

Join Sally, Sarah and Joy as they explore the power, difficulties, potential, beauty and satisfaction of friendships that help us live purposeful, Godly lives and that satisfy our longing for meaningful and intimate companionship.


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Sally Clarkson is a tea drinker, the head chef of her kitchen, and the author of many bestselling books, including The Lifegiving Series and Different. She has inspired women for thirty-five years to live courageously and faithfully. She shares her wisdom on her blog, www.sallyclarkson.com, and on her popular podcast, At Home with Sally and Friends.


Sarah Clarkson is a feast maker, path wanderer, and book devourer. Sheis is the author of Book GirlThe Lifegiving Home, Read for the Heart, and Caught Up in a Story. She is a graduate student of theology at Oxford University. She blogs at www.sarahclarkson.com.


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Joy Clarkson is a jet-setter, podcaster (Speaking with Joy), and people lover. She is currently working on her doctorate in theology, imagination, and the arts at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland.  You can find her writing and podcasts at joyclarkson.com.

“The beauty of friendship is that as we love someone, we begin a new story, and we become something new. The bond of friendship never leaves us unchanged. It grows our hearts bigger and bigger. Love never runs out; it just expands our capacity to love. So to love others, to be on the lookout for kindred spirits, is to never stop hoping. The gift of belovedness, and of friendship, is one of the greatest ways we can participate in God’s nature and love.”
— Joy Clarkson with Sally and Sarah Clarkson
For more about Sally, Whole Heart Ministries, and the Clarkson family, go to the About pages on WholeHeart.org and SallyClarkson.com.