The Lost Art of Friendship

In this episode, Kasey Olander, Drew Hunter, and Rebekkah Scott discuss the need for a biblical, robust understanding of friendship and how healthy friendships benefit our lives and tell us more about God.

About the Contributors

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Drew Hunter

Drew is the teaching pastor of Zionsville Fellowship in Zionsville, Indiana, where he and his wife, Christina, enjoy raising their four boys. He graduated from Moody Bible Institute and received M.A.s from Wheaton College Graduate School in Biblical Exegesis and Historic & Systematic Theology. He is the author of Made for Friendship and the Isaiah and Matthew volumes in Crossway’s Knowing the Bible series, and provided content for Unfolding Grace and Unfolding Grace for Kids 

Kasey Olander

Kasey Olander is the Web Content Specialist at the Hendricks Center. Originally from the Houston area, she graduated from The University of Texas at Dallas with a Bachelor’s degree in Arts & Technology. She has also been an Associate Director with the Baptist Student Ministry, working with college students at UT Dallas and Rice University, particularly focusing on discipleship and evangelism training. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, having interesting conversations, and spending time with her husband.

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Rebekkah Scott

Rebekkah Scott holds a ThM in systematic theology from Dallas Theological Seminary, where she is now pursuing a PhD in theological studies. Her main research interest is the recovery of a robust theology and practice of friendship. She is also on staff in the seminary’s Online Education department. Originally from Colorado, Rebekkah is currently a member of Community Bible Chapel in Richardson, Texas.