Friends: What Would I Do Without Them? is about friendship relationships with an emphasis on the necessity of having friends for our self-improvement, spirituality, self-esteem, guidance and personal growth. Emma Etuk explores the meaning of friendship in the home, workplace, church, school and college. Of special note is her chapter devoted to friendships
across racial lines. The concluding chapter ties friendship to the Christian calling that we reach out to our neighbors. Jesus insisted that we must love our neighbors and this can be done best in a friendship environment. Friends reaches out to people suffering form social alienation, cultural isolations and drift. Here is offered a manifesto for anyone who is lonely and friendless. Friends is "must" reading for anyone seeking to transform themselves and their life spiritually, environmentally, socially, and philosophically.