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“Be inventive in hospitality: Romans 12:13 A crisp Autumn breeze blew through the screen door as the sweet smell of cherries lingered in the air in Rosie’s small kitchen. Getting an early start to her day she’d been up before sunrise to be certain everything was in...
Handwoven Amish Made Natural Reed Baskets We do a lot of traveling, and I'll be the first to admit I'd much rather travel the backroads of Amish Country than the traffic-filled streets of big cities. You would think with all of our travelings I would learn to like...
Standing at the stove, stirring the rice she had simmering over a pot of boiling water, Mary Bricker wiped her cheek on her sleeve, pushing away a tear that slipped down her cheek. It had been three months since her husband of forty years slipped away from her in his sleep.
When Marie struggles to get Nathan to trust her, will it be his four-year-old son Amos who shows them there is more to a person than what is on the outside? Or, will a letter from her deceased mother help her find her way back to her faith and the exact place she dropped her thread of obedience?
What is it about a good old-fashion Amish recipe? Around my house comfort comes in the form of good food. Just about as much as I love to write I love to bake, and nothing makes me happier than finding an Amish recipe to try. Join me here as I publish some of my favorite Amish recipes for you to try.
A friend of mine, Jim Fisher has so graciously allowed me to use his photography for inspiration. If you love to immerse yourself into an Amish story you’ll love the collection of Amish Short Stories I write using Jim’s pictures as a starting point. Many of the characters in the short stories find their way into my books.