Author: 
Claudia Esh

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

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122
Dimensions: 
5.5×8.5×0.38in
Author: 
Carlisle Press

A lot of time and creativity are poured into making good food for the families, the community, and the many visitors of the Greenville, Pennsylvania Amish community. In The Farmhouse Kitchen we’ve cooked up a storm of recipes to give you the very best in Amish kitchen cooking.
Most of our community has roots in Holmes County, Ohio, the largest Amish community in the world, which is renowned for its great meals. The 578 recipes in The Farmhouse Kitchen honor those great food traditions of our heritage.

Page Count: 
308
Dimensions: 
5.5×8.5×0.75in
Author: 
Sharilyn Martin & Sue Hooley

Woman, how divine your mission!” penned the poet W. R. Wallace, “for the hand that rocks the cradle is the hand that rules the world.” But rocking the cradle is not always an easy task, for many mothers find the joy and wonder of a baby’s birth to be offset by weariness, frustration and a lack of time or energy for spiritual nourishment. The Hand that Rocks the Cradle was birthed because of the more complete truth that “the hand that rocks the cradle needs the Hand that rules the world.”
With the arrival of your child, your life has changed forever. You’ve felt its highs and lows. And whether this is your first child or your fifth, you face added adjustments and responsibilities. More than ever, you need the Hand of the One Who rules the world—Jesus Christ.

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213
Dimensions: 
5.5×8.5×0.6in
Author: 
Rebecca Martin

With high hopes John Rittenhouses’ parents join the surge of Mennonites into the American frontier. The Master Craftsman carves out young John’s faith and character in this budding wilderness where medical help is scarce and hard work, danger, and Indians are plentiful.
Will John’s sister Meg ever walk without pain? Should they stay on the homestead with warring Indians pouring over the mountains? John worries about his wild red-haired uncle Dan when he joins the army against Grandpa’s wishes. Then Dan is captured by the Indians. Will he ever return? But most importantly, will he repent of his wicked ways and give his heart to Jesus Christ before Grandpa dies?

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172
Dimensions: 
5.5×8.5×0.4in
Author: 
Miriam Wengerd

Young Mary watches as God uses her loving grandma and a rusty old needle to weave a beautiful patchwork of love, redemption and usefulness.
Illustrated by Lisa Struhbar.
(Preschool-8yr)

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14
Dimensions: 
8.5×7.5×0.1in
Author: 
Carlisle Bibles

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.

Page Count: 
1
Dimensions: 
27×12×18in
Author: 
Paul Stutzman

Johnny Miller grew up in an Old Order Amish family, but he often quipped that he was Out of Order Amish. His early and constant doubts about the Amish faith and lifestyle lead to a desperate choice; but even as he leaves his family and the life he’s known behind, he is not sure whether he’s headed for life and hope or destruction and damnation.

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384
Dimensions: 
6×9×0.9in
Author: 
Miriam Miller

17-year-old Miriam Miller is the youngest of three generations of Amish cooks. In the Wooden Spoon Cookbook she shares her favorites. Heirloom favorites like her grandmother’s Bob Andy Pie (see page 55), her mother’s Homemade Bread (see page 4), and her own Soft Batch Cookies (see page 95). Miriam is already well acquainted with the good feeling connected to her family’s (as well as their guests’) compliments after a delicious home-cooked meal.
Welcome to the warmth of her kitchen woodstove. Gather round the table to a hearty Amish meal. Experience life from the Wooden Spoon perspective!

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194
Dimensions: 
5.5×8.5×0.69in
Author: 
Amy Schlabach

How were the Anabaptists martyred for their faith?
Read these amazing accounts of God’s faithfulness to His children.

The Anabaptists
The Story of Felix
Roses from Heaven
Dirk to the Rescue
Visit from an Angel
Leonhard and the Flower
Miracles and Courage
Visitors from Afar
The Anabaptists Flee

Page Count: 
46
Dimensions: 
8×10×0.45in
Author: 
Kathy Mast

Kathy Mast opens the doors of her heart to share the loss of little Naomi Jewel. Tiny Hands, Little Feet ministers comfort and hope to women who face similar situations.

Page Count: 
71
Dimensions: 
5.5×8.5×0.3in

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