In the second century A.D., seventeen-year-old Laurentia finds herself living in Smyrna during a fearful era for followers of Christ. Wanting to live a happy and safe life, she resists her family’s urgings to choose the narrow road of Christianity, lookin
The beginning of married life brings excitement and happiness as well as real challenges. How does a new bride deal with moving away from home, merging into a new community, and adjusting to life with someone who is quite different then herself? In this sensitive book Mary Ellen Beachy offers homespun encouragement for new brides. […]
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.