Seven Things I learned from Quilting

Hang around the Amish long enough and you will soon find yourself gardening, cooking and quilting. Okay, maybe that’s just me. Isn’t it true though, that when you read about a group of people, it causes you to pause . . . and consider? A small garden is a lot of fun, especially the harvest. […]

I’m Passionate about Teaching My Children . . . Service to Others

A few weeks ago my children and I were visiting the doctor in a questionable part of town. (This doctor believes in caring for inner-city kids, which I love!) We were in a small strip mall, and I’d just loaded up all the kids when my 3-year-old daughter, Alyssa, noticed a man in a wheelchair approaching […]

The Power of Example | Guest Post by Suzanne Woods Fisher

“Children live what they learn and learn what they live.” Amish proverb In A Surprise for Lily, a magazine writer visited Lily’s farm to write a story about her father, Daniel Lapp, who has a furniture shop. The writer promised not take pictures out of respect for the Amish family’s beliefs. Once or twice, Lily […]

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