Between vacations and the busy comings and goings of summer, we hope you are find time to relax and catch up on your favorite authors. If you missed any posts this past week, here’s the scoop: we discovered the story behind Lyn Cote’s Blessing, learned about the Amish in Rexford, Montana from Murray Pura, and attended an Amish church service with Amy Clipston. Our Amish Scribe explained what Bible translation that Amish use and Patricia Davids shared a simple, summer recipe for playdough!
Stop in next week to read an excerpt from Adina Senft’s Balm of Gilead, travel to Bird in Hand, Lancaster with Martha Bolton, and get a taste of Whoopie Pies with Suzanne Woods Fisher!
Did you win something from Amish Wisdom this week?
- Margaret Fusto Stone won a copy of The Amish Farmer Who Hated L.A. by Tim Reddish
- Barbara Hamby won a copy of Ann H. Gabhart’s The Innocent
- Jackie Tessnair won a copy of A Promise of Grace by Lynette Sowell
- Deanne Patterson won a copy of Trading Secrets by Melody Carlson
If you have recently won a book from Amish Wisdom, email your mailing address to firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your prize.