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How the Light Gets In

How the Light Gets In: Interview and Giveaway with Jolina Petersheim

I am excited to welcome Jolina Petersheim to the blog! She is chatting about her new book, How the Light Gets In AND her wonderful publisher is giving you the chance to win a copy. Details on how to enter are below. Enjoy the interview! Jolina Petersheim is the bestselling author of The Alliance, The […]

Beauty for Ashes by Lue Shetler

I know what it is like to be hurt to the core. Dry mouthed. No words inside of me. No songs to sing. No beauty to behold. I know what it is like to simply exist and any energy left inside of me is used up drawing another breath. Shattered. Broken. Defeated. Depressed. Feelings of […]

Guggisberg Cheese

Guggisberg Cheese: Home of the Original Baby Swiss

Calling all cheese lovers! Today’s post is for you. Since it’s winter and I make a ton of grilled cheese, I thought I’d write about my favorite place to shop for the ooey gooey stuff. Guggisberg Cheese is located in the heart of Ohio’s Amish Country and the place to go for all things cheesy. […]

Mending Fences

Mending Fences: Guest Post and Giveaway by Suzanne Woods Fisher

Can Life Get Good Again? Years ago, I met a twelve-year-old Amish boy named Zack, the middle child in a very big family. Zack was small for his age, but you wouldn’t know it by his larger than life personality. His ear-to-ear grin could light up a room—and that’s worth a lot. If you’ve ever […]

The Amish Quilts of Indiana

Carolyn’s Quilt by Sarah Price: Chapter 1

I’m excited to share Chapter 1 from Sarah Price’s upcoming book, Carolyn’s Quilt! The Amish Quilts of Indiana series focuses on a group of young ladies as they try to find the loves of their lives. I have thoroughly enjoyed each novella so far and I hope you do too. Click HERE to preorder Carolyn’s Quilt! […]

The Promised Amish Bride

The Promised Amish Bride: Guest Post and Giveaway by Marta Perry

The story of the Prodigal Son has always been my favorite parable, and I’ve studied it and taught it more times than I can count. Still, no matter how familiar, I always find something new in the story. Think of the son, coming home longing to be accepted, even if he must be a servant […]

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