The Pie Lady: Classic Stories from a Mennonite Cook and Her Friends Plainspoken #ad - Maybe you drop grapefruit slices in a glass of water. Each has a story to tell. Hear straight from amish and mennonite people themselves as they write about their daily lives and deeply rooted faith in the Plainspoken series from Herald Press. What is a pie lady moment?For one family, it’s breakfast on the patio.
These are pie lady moments: times of goodness and glamour in the middle of ordinary days. In the pie lady, shyla, mennonite homemaker greta Isaac ushers readers into the kitchens of Velda, and other Pie Ladies as they whip up confections and concoctions that please the mouth and nourish the soul.
Hope's Table: Everyday Recipes from a Mennonite KitchenHerald Press #ad - Traditions of hearth, home, and hospitality run deep, and those values flavor every recipe and story. Hope’s table offers simple step-by-step instructions that help you create wholesome dishes with artistic flair. Like your grandmother’s beloved recipe file, Hope’s Table brings enticing meals to your family’s table.
Practical kitchen hints and memories from a Mennonite life garnish the pages. In hope’s table, you’ll find recipes sure to become family favorites: Mom’s RollsBacon and Corn ChowderCreamy Macaroni and CheeseMaple-Glazed Pork ChopsApple Dumplings Step into the serene, natural beauty of a Mennonite home.
Hope's Table: Everyday Recipes from a Mennonite Kitchen #ad - Take a seat at hope’s table, and you’ll find plenty of reasons to linger. From the kitchen of mennonite cook hope helmuth comes this mix of more than 150 delectable recipes, corn day, and stories of strawberry picking, stunning food photographs, and Christmas cookie bakes. If tradition has a taste, this is it.
Gathering of Sisters: A Year With My Old Order Mennonite FamilyHerald Press #ad - Spend a day with sisters. On warm days, the children play and fish and build houses of hay in the barn. No matter the weather, the tuesday get-togethers of this Old Order Mennonite family keep them grounded and centered in their love for God and for each other, even when raising an occasional loving but knowing eyebrow at each other.
There she gathers with her four sisters and their children for a day with their mother. Each book includes a day in the Life of the Author and the author s answers to FAQs about the Amish and Mennonites. In gathering of sisters, weaver writes about her horse-and-buggy Mennonite family and the weekly women s gatherings that keep them connected.
Gathering of Sisters: A Year With My Old Order Mennonite Family #ad - Hear straight from amish and mennonite people themselves as they write about their daily lives and deeply rooted faith in the Plainspoken series from Herald Press. Once a week darla weaver bundles her children into the buggy, hitches up her spirited mare, and drives six miles to the farm where she grew up.
But tuesdays is about being sisters, daughters, and mothers. The rest of the week is full of laundry, and errands, and work that never ends. In the winter, everyone stays close to the woodstove, with puzzles and games and crocheting.
Full Moon, Half a HeartPlain Day Press #ad - To a stinky dairy farm, at that. Far from sunflower state mennonite school and her friend Lexi, winter lasts forever, Celeste struggles to adjust to a place where school feels like prison, and her only pal is a Siamese cat. Celeste loves kansas—her grandparents, her trailer house on the edge of town, almost everything—but Dad is moving them north to Wisconsin.
Full Moon, Half a Heart #ad - Sixth grade is almost over. Worst of all is the barn full of scary cows to feed. Can celeste find something likable about this place? maybe Sally or Rita, her new classmates? Or the calf she saves? Definitely not Ronnie, Celeste must grow and be strong, of course!With so many tough changes, no matter how it hurts.
Homespun: Amish and Mennonite Women in Their Own WordsHerald Press #ad - Every amish and Mennonite woman has a story. A revealing and wide ranging resource. In homespun, you get to hear some of them. Ever wish you could visit with a group of amish or Mennonite women over a cup of coffee? In the pages of Homespun, Amish and Plain Mennonite women swap stories and spin yarns while we listen in.
Hear from one woman who struggles with feeling inferior to her sister, from another about her longing for a baby, and from a third who accidentally bought stretchy material to sew her husband s pants. Lorilee craker, collects these personal writings about hospitality, home, joy, bestselling author of Money Secrets of the Amish, grief, and walks with God.
Homespun: Amish and Mennonite Women in Their Own Words #ad - . This eclectic book will interest any reader who s curious about the plain lifestyle. Publishers weekly straight from the pens of Amish and Mennonite women. Each woman s story is a testament to the grace of God and the blessings of community. Behind amish romance novels and tourist spots and television shows stand real people, with longings and loves just like the rest of us.
Inside an Amish Home: A Rare and Intimate PortraitHerald Press #ad - An amish family in the Midwest gives us a glimpse into the intimate spaces where their family life unfolds. Patterns of work, fellowship, play, and worship become visible, and the warmth and light of the rooms bear witness to their love for God and for each other. It s rare for outsiders to see inside the homes of Old Order Amish people, simplicity, who live their Christian faith in community, and humility.
Inside an Amish Home: A Rare and Intimate Portrait #ad - Welcome to an Amish home. Come in! .
Anything but Simple: My Life as a Mennonite PlainspokenHerald Press #ad - With a roving curiosity and a sometimes saucy tongue, Miller ushers us into her busy life as a young schoolteacher. Book 5 in the Plainspoken series. Anything but simple is the riveting memoir of a young woman’s rich church tradition, lively family life, and longings for a meaningful future within her Mennonite faith.
. Hear straight from amish and mennonite people themselves as they write about their daily lives and deeply rooted faith in the Plainspoken series from Herald Press. But she uses a cellphone and posts status updates on Facebook, too. Like her grandmother, Lucinda J. Each book includes “a day in the life of the Author” and the author’s answers to FAQs about the Amish and Mennonites.
Anything but Simple: My Life as a Mennonite Plainspoken #ad - Miller wears long dresses and a prayer covering.
Amish Voices: A Collection of Amish WritingsHerald Press #ad - Hear what they think about technology, obedience, community, happiness, success, and change. Brad igou, publisher of amish country news, gives readers a behind-the-scenes tour of Amish life by compiling writing from Family Life, a popular monthly magazine that thousands of Amish people read. Learn about how the Amish began and what they value.
Amish Voices: A Collection of Amish Writings #ad - The nearly nine in ten youth who join the church. Why learn about the amish from outsiders when you can learn from the Amish themselves? And why just learn about them when you can learn from them? . Find out what sustains them in difficult seasons, and how they try to trust God in all things. Listen in as they discuss shunning and rumspringa and forgiveness.
How do the amish do it? in amish voices, work, Amish writers share news and advice from their communities and reflect on their daily lives, and faith. Caring communities. Strong families.
31 Days to a Simple Life The Amish WayLamb Books #ad - 31 Days to a Simple Life The Amish Way #ad - For 30 years, author karen anna Vogel has lived near the Amish, considered a "Trusted English Friend". So, in this 31 day ‘challenge’ karen shares all she’s gleaned so far, and invites you to make simplicity a habit. She passes on inspirational experiences about the Amish culture in her novels, but readers want more.
Called to Be Amish: My Journey from Head Majorette to the Old Order PlainspokenHerald Pr #ad - Fewer than one hundred people have joined the Old Order Amish and stayed since 1950 Follow the author on this unusual journey to find out how God s love called her out of bitterness and depression and into the warm embrace of her new Amish community. Marlene C. Turning amish has proven to be anything but plain and simple for this former majorette.
In this rare memoir, how she throws herself into cheerleading and marching band, Marlene recounts her unhappy and abusive childhood, and how she falls in love with Johnny, the gentle young Amish man who helps her lace her ice skates. But nearly fifty years later, Marlene is still living out God's call as an Old Order Amish woman.
Called to Be Amish: My Journey from Head Majorette to the Old Order Plainspoken #ad - Miller is one of them. Accompany her as she dons an Amish dress and prayer covering and gets baptized. Against the wishes of both sets of parents, Marlene and Johnny get married and begin a family. Learn how she endures the strain of ten children, a hundred-acre farm, and accidents and tragedy, and find out how she comes close to walking away from it all.
Simple Pleasures: Stories from My Life as an Amish Mother Plainspoken, Book Four Plainspoken: Real-life stories of Amish and MennonitesHerald Press #ad - But through her busy days, jantzi finds strength in simple pleasures of family, fellowship with her Amish community, and quiet time with God. Hear straight from amish people themselves as they write about their daily lives and deeply rooted faith in the Plainspoken series from Herald Press. The mother of four young children, Jantzi writes about her daily routines and heartfelt faith with equal measures of wit and warmth.
Simple Pleasures: Stories from My Life as an Amish Mother Plainspoken, Book Four Plainspoken: Real-life stories of Amish and Mennonites #ad - Each book includes a day in the Life of the Author and the author s answers to FAQs about the Amish. Young amish homemaker Marianne Jantzi invites readers into her family s life and Amish community. Sewing, and helping to manage the family store take up most hours in her day, cooking, but Jantzi finds time to pen columns for the Connection, gardening, cleaning, a magazine beloved by Amish and Mennonite readers.
Never sugarcoating the frustrations of motherhood, Jantzi tells it like it is, broken washing machine and bickering children and all.