Homeless. Nobody likes the sound of that word. Thirteen-year-old Lydia Yoder certaintly didn’t. But that was how she felt − homeless. The Yoder family was on the move again, first working for produce farmers at Ordway, then on to Montana. An Amish community had been started in Montana some years before and life is still […]
As a young woman growing up in the third century, Rachel Gallus has access to all the attractions and excess Rome has to offer: the games at the Colosseum, vivacious friends, and slaves to attend to her every whim. Yet questions haunt her thoughts─questio
No job, no money, no food. This became a little refrain that you heard practically every day in the early 1930’s. Operating a rice farm in Arkansas, the Yoder family had plenty of food, but money was another matter. Through it all God works miracles of love and sharing.