The law of sowing and reaping is still in effect. This law may hold the answers to struggles in your life. Because whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. We have the Word of God on it. You can choose to receive blessing or cursing in your life by this law of sowing and reaping. It can be a matter of your choice. Are your words weak and powerless to effect long term change in others? Theres a reason. Theres a solution. The Bible talks about resurrection power that can raise someone from the dead. Have you experienced that power?
“Imprisoned in my kayak, I leaned back and wondered if this choice I had made was perhaps the most foolish, ill-advised choice of my entire life.”
Paul Stutzman was stuck in the weeds. Literally stuck, in the thick weeds of a Mississippi River swamp.
All of us at one time or another are “stuck.” We may find ourselves at a place In our jobs, our marriages, our parenting, or our faith when there seem to be no answers and no clear path ahead. What does a follower of Jesus do then?
Stutzman gives an honest account of events and questions in his own life that left him feeling just as stuck as the thick, impenetrable swamp weeds that confounded his Mississippi River journey. In a pilgrimage to find answers and clarity on personal and faith issues, he hikes a famous trail in Spain and ponders how choosing to be a disciple of Christ affects the choices we all make in our pilgrimages.
His reflections will challenge the discipleship of every follower of Jesus.
After many years of hands-on experience in the catering profession, Stutzman’s Classic Selections is a logical, noteworthy result. In addition to the many delicious recipes, Regina offers tips of all kinds. Upon request, she has modified large-quantity recipes into family-size recipes. Another feature is Kitchen Bloopers, scattered throughout the cookbook. A new section, Canning and Freezing, instructs the younger generation on the art of preserving food.
Cooking for a crowd? Planning a wedding? Cant decide what to cook for supper? Stutzman's Culinary Secrets offers menu ideas for any event.
Easy to follow directions take away the guesswork by providing detailed instructions and amounts. Amateur cooks can now feel confident by using these tried and true recipes.
Also included are tips on preparing for weddings, plus theres a large section on cooking for big groups. An Amish-Mennonite cooking manual at your fingertips.
Table for Two sets the table with all the Amish food favorites—just for two! Sam and Amy Miller and their extended family have shared 438 of their best recipes in helpings that won’t leave a week of leftovers if there are only two at your house.
Table for Two—mouthwatering food, for just the two of you.
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Thousands of years ago, God Himself gave us His very words. First, we received them engraved upon stone by God's own hand. Later, He spoke through His faithful prophets. Originally on sheep skin and later on papyrus scrolls, Jewish scribes meticulously scripted each word.
Today, we have endeavored to preserve an appreciation for those ancient scrolls. These one-of-a-kind Bibles are printed in King James format on 400 feet of tear-proof, parchment-colored substrate, displayed in a finely crafted finger-jointed hardwood housing. Truly precious beyond words, the Holy Scriptures are the essence of life; God's very breath. This extraordinary scroll will bring with it a unique user experience and make a very special gift that will be cherished for generations.
Sixteen-year-old Peter strains his eyes down the mountain. Six painful weeks have passed since his minister father was rudely torn from his life by Anabaptist hunters. How will Peter and his family survive amidst the hardship, betrayal and persecution of sixteenth-century European Anabaptism? Always hunted and ever moving, yet always trusting in God. Amidst the heartache, Peter turns prodigal. Will he turn back to the church of his father, or will he follow the ways of the medieval world?
On his choice hangs his future. Follow Peter’s journey from his Swiss mountain refuge to the German valley of the Palatinate.
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Lying in the grass and watching the changing shapes of clouds above her, young Meg wonders where clouds come from. Grandpa tells a whimsical story about the factory and the children who work there to make clouds. Beyond the fantasy, there is a teachable lesson -- children taking responsibility for their actions and working together to accomplish a task. Delightful illustrations for the younger set, easy enough for early readers. Ages 3 - 8.
Am I too young and my future too promising to become a hunted martyr for Jesus Christ? Is it right that I leave the Catholic Church? Mass? My family? My friends? Can’t I just serve God quietly without being re-baptized? Is it right to read the “forbidden book” in my own language?
The dark bloody battle of the sixteenth-century Reformation rages in the hearts of young Margriete and her closest friend, Grietje. Go with them as they decide if they are willing to pay the cost of the crown.
Fear none of those things which thou shalt suffer…be thou faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of life. Revelation 2:10