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.
Bears? When Hettie finally meets her bear, she begins to understand how Peter felt when all his boastful courage drained away that night in the high priest’s palace. Among the rocks and hills of Michigan’s wilderness, the Yoder’s learn anew the truth, “The Lord is my rock…”
“Today’s the day we disappear.” So said Hettie Yoder to her friend on August 16, 1943. Why would two teeenage girls need to disappear? 1943 is a tumultuous year for the Yoder family. Far away at CPS camp, Elam is facing challenges too. How should a conscientious objector act when he boards a train full […]