Monthly Archives: August 2016

From Amish to Englisch

I thoroughly enjoyed Fraying at the Edge: The Amish of Summer Grove, Book 2 by Cindy Woodsmall! What would you do if you were a modern person, fully relying on technology and all the “essentials”, found out that you were … Continue reading

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How long would you keep a secret

To what length would you go to keep a secret, or better yet, to try tell that secret that has been staying with you for decades when the moment was right, much less to an audience that you’re not even … Continue reading

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A Sweet Reminder of God’s Presence

Sometimes as adults, we have a difficult time seeing God move and miracles taking place. It’s almost like we get so much into the rush and hustle and bustle of life that we completely overlook it when we see God … Continue reading

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A Beauty Refined by Tracie Peterson

If you like mysteries, suspense, romance, and a complex plot rolled up into one 300+ page novel, you will enjoy A Beauty Refined by Tracie Peterson. This is the second book in a series, and while I have not read … Continue reading

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