Johnny Miller is home again, farming the land he loves in a quiet Amish community in Ohio.
But although he’s not physically wandering, he is still wondering. Wondering why he is restless. Wondering why he feels that some piece of his life is not yet in place. Wondering why, when he was medically “dead,” he was met by his wife, who told him his time to enter Heaven had not yet come—he was still needed on earth.
This third and final book of the “The Wanderers” series follows Johnny’s wandering to a place where he finally finds home.
Johnny’s journey to find home has been interrupted, and only a miracle has kept him alive to continue. But does he want to continue? Does he even want to be alive?
His life has been plunged into darkness. All hopes and dreams are gone and the only thing he is certain of is constant pain. Left with a mangled body, an unreliable mind, and a bitter spirit, he’s become someone his family barely recognizes. Johnny turns toward home, convinced if there is any light or hope, it is to be found there—but it’s a long walk back to the farm in Ohio.
Is there any light than can banish his darkness? How many times must he die before he can finally live? And if he finally does make it home—does anyone want him there?
Elaine Reidel, shocked by her cousin’s whispered secret, pried into her past—and discovered something that shook her life and shattered her future.
But Bibles in the vernacular language did not come without a price, and Elaine and her cousins found themselves facing risks that they never dreamed of. They learned to look past the tangled present into the unseen—into eternity.
Never again would Elaine’s life be calm and predictable, but the words that she learned to treasure still shone clear: that no matter what the circumstances or how high the price, we are His witnesses.
“In my Willows by the Water stories you’re invited to experience God’s faithfulness as I learn the meaning of motherhood. The mountains. The valleys. The deserts. I feel blessed that you, my unknown sister in the call of motherhood, have chosen to spend your precious mother-time with me. When you’re through reading the stories in Willows by the Water, I hope you go on being a mother: Strengthened. Encouraged. Hopeful. Joyful. Somehow comforted that you’re not alone.”
In Women at the Cross, Beachy paints a picture of 12 women from the Bible whose lives portray those who live by the cross. She then draws encouragement from each of their lives showing you how to strengthen your own walk with the Lord.
Weddings are intimate once-in-a-lifetime events. In Wooden Spoon Wedding Cookbook, Miriam Miller an Amish bride from Holmes County, shares her entire wedding spread along with many personal memories of their wedding day.
You’re invited to enjoy the recipes for her wedding chicken (page 40), dressing (page 37) and all the other fixings of a typical Amish wedding main course. Here’s your invitation to the food at an Amish wedding. Enjoy Wooden Spoon Wedding Cookbook.
The captivating true story of Judith, an Old Colony Mennonite girl bound for her new home in Mexico. Judith sees a prairie dog town and skips off, peering down a burrow. She hears the wheels begin to turn, and the train disappears down the tracks. Judith is left behind, alone on the wide open prairie as the sun is setting.
An unforgettable story, vividly brought to life with full page, full color illustrations. Written in German, the native tongue of the Old Colony Mennonites, with the English version at the bottom of each page. Train to Mexico is a wonderful blend of cultural history, heritage and personal adventure in children’s form...a true storybook classic.