Good healthful cooking is a special art! Ladies from the Belle Center Amish community are pleased to bring you Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread cookbook.
You will enjoy this collection of 637 favorites with an array of recipes from Grandma’s kitchen and many of today’s family favorites.
Here’s the first book in our Keepers at Home cookbook series. When we compiled the KAH Healthy Choices cookbook, there were so many gluten-free recipes we decided to do a separate cookbook.
The 121 recipes in KAH Gluten-Free are from KAH readers who want to help others in this special food lifestyle. The “Gluten-Free Cooking Secrets” section is perfect if you’re just getting started with gluten-free.
“Why not?” I said to my husband Lloyd, who loved new challenges, nearly fifty years ago as we faced the risks of starting a family business. An adventurous, resilient spirit has been in my family for generations, and still is. With a lot of hard work, a business that started as a secret in our barn became Jayco, Inc., the largest privately owned Recreational Vehicle manufacturer in the United States, that continues today to set Industry standards. Why couldn’t the Golden Rule be the answer for our company values, and be the basis for how Jayco related to its employees, dealers, and customers? “Why not?” Our family continued to grow right alongside Jayco. We were busy and happy. We were using company success to forge missionary partnerships as well as industry innovations. In the midst of great professional success and family happiness, tragedy overwhelmed my life. Death is a part of life, of course, as is suffering, but that does not lessen their blows. Transformed by grief, I wondered why and how I was to live on. But then it was as if God said to me, Why not? I will love you and sustain you, and I experienced in very real ways that I have a God who never leaves me.
Are you looking for a common-sense approach to a healthier lifestyle? We compiled Healthy Choices cookbook to help you provide nutritious food for your family and friends. The recipes in Healthy Choices are sugar-free, use no white flour, and don’t ask for artificial ingredients.
While it’s sometimes hard to decide the exact place where dead food stops and healthful food starts, and certain foods “don’t agree” with some people as they do with others, Healthy Choices with its 1,093 recipes offers a wide range of traditional and modern recipes that help you protect, maintain, and encourage the good health God gives you and your loved ones. Take the first step toward better health—start with healthy food choices.
Deep in every woman's heart is a longing to truly know God, to walk with Him, and to find purpose and meaning in ordinary moments. In the midst of myriads of motherly, daily duties, Hearing God in Ordinary Days offers practical advice and encouragement.
You hear the doctor say, “I suspect you are gluten-intolerant. I want you to go on a gluten-free diet.”
Dozens of questions race through your mind. How do I cook without flour? Without canned soups? Will I never again enjoy a delicious cookie? Or a fluffy piece of cake? What about pizza? Or bread? Or cinnamon rolls?
Meet the Hieberts. For the past 25 years this family of nine has enjoyed eating gluten-free. Yes, gluten-free has its moments, but the Hieberts have conquered these difficulties. In Hieberts’ Gluten-Free Cooking they offer not only their recipes, but also their moments of frustration and triumph.
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Gluten-free? How am I going to eat gluten-free? Nothing with flour? No cookies? None of Mom’s moist cakes? No more bread? Rolls? How am I going to go gluten-free? Will life ever be normal?
Bring on the Hiebert family. The Hieberts have enjoyed eating gluten-free for 25 years. For them, life is better gluten-free. That’s why they have been sharing their gluten-free secrets with thousands of people. Oh sure, gluten-free has its moments, but life doesn’t end when you hear the words “gluten-intolerant.”
Join the Hieberts and let them help you on your gluten-free journey. And now here’s Hieberts’ Gluten-Free for Two.
Paul Stutzman’s hiking shoes have slogged through Maine’s mud, filled with Mississippi River water, traversed Spain’s plains, and now tread, in awe, some of the same hillsides, shores, and streets where Jesus’ sandals trod.
On a hike through Israel, Paul and his friend Craig visit places that were prominent in the life and ministry of Jesus. Paul is seeking two things: to better know the human Jesus and to find the answer to a question that has puzzled him for years—What does it mean to follow Jesus?
This journey changes Paul’s understanding of many of the stories in the Gospels. He writes his account in hopes that you, too, will find a closer relationship with Jesus of Nazareth as you go with him and Craig to Nazareth, Capernaum, the far country, the gates of hell, the manger in Bethlehem, the Garden Tomb, and the city of Jerusalem.
This genealogy was originally compiled by Andrew L. Miller in 2012 who passed on to his reward soon after it’s completion. In appreciation for his efforts, we are recreating interest in Andrew’s accomplishments.
Between those covers you’ll discover a wealth of historical and ancestral lines, from 1842-2012. Families exceed 1350 in number, representing an Anabaptist presence in many states across America and into Canada.