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If you missed any of our posts this past week, be sure to scroll back through the site to get caught up. This week, Marta Perry shared the story behind her new book The Rescued – which included a connection to the history of Amish education. Leslie Gould took us to Strasburg, PA, while Jolina Petersheim told us about how her Mennonite heritage has inspired the simpler lifestyle her family has adopted. Our Amish Scribe told us to whom the Amish bishop in each community is accountable. Lastly, Beth Wiseman shared her mouth-watering recipe for barbecue green beans.
Make plans now to pop in for next week’s lineup:
- Monday’s Book Nook: We’ll talk to Vanetta Chapman about her new release, Murder, Freshly Baked.
- Tuesday’s Travel Tips: Did you know Chouteau, Oklahoma has an Amish population? Amy Lillard will introduce us to them!
- Wednesday’s Ask the Amish: In another edition of our newest feature “Almost Amish,” author Amy Lively will tell us how to embrace the Amish idea of hospitality without seeming weird or overbearing.
- Thursday’s Beyond the Bonnets: Jan Drexler will tell us the difference between those considered “Old Order Amish” and those who are “Amish-Mennonite”.
- Friday’s Cook’s Corner: Stop by for another delicious Amish-inspired dish.
Did you win something from Amish Wisdom this week?
- Donna Bayer Repsher won a copy of Signs of Lancaster County by Tana Reiff
- Gerri Moore won a copy of An Amish Man of Ice Mountain by Kelly Long
- Linda Kish won a copy of The Beekeeper’s Son by Kelly Irvin
- Virginia Winfield won a copy of A Match for Addy by Emma Miller
If you have recently won a book from Amish Wisdom, email your mailing address to email@example.com to claim your prize. (Winners have 30 days to claim their prize.)