Sunday, November 10, 2019

Review: Amish Front Porch Stories by:W. Brunstetter/J Bruntstetter/R. Brunstetter

 Amish Front Porch Stories: 18 Short Tales of Simple Faith and Wisdom
**Disclosure**This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the publisher. All opinions are my own.

About the Book:
Come and sit awhile as you enjoy 18 fictional short stories of love, joy, and the peace found in Amish country.

Amish Country is known for an atmosphere of peace and quiet, perfect for front-porch sitting with a good book. Join New York Times bestselling author Wanda E. Brunstetter, her daughter-in-law, and granddaughter, as they share 18 heartwarming stories from Amish Country. These fictional short stories include journeys we can all relate to as we seek how to live led by love, joy, peace, patience, and other Fruits of the Spirit. Meet Anna, who struggles to show love to a cantankerous neighbor; Laura, who endures infertility; Nora, whose pride threatens to consume her life; and other women who walk in their faith each day.

My Review:
 A sweet collection of short stories chosen to uplift and encourage the reader. I loved the story about Nina's Struggle. Nina bared a heavy weight she never had to. It wasn't until she read a letter that her Daed left that she soon saw many things in her life differently. She was caught in the moments of life instead of questioning those around her. And when she finally learned the truth it was too late. But in the end she finally arrived at a peaceful place.

 The neat thing about this book is that there are sections in the book that are entitled by the Fruit of the Spirit, discussed in the Bible in the book of Galatians. A very neat way to separate the different stories. Beautiful stories of faith. A great read!

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