Forgiveness is the longest road, yet it is the shortest distance between two hearts. —A Whinburg Amish proverb
Thirteen years ago, two little Amish girls disappeared from an orchard in Whinburg Township, Pennsylvania. It was just a blip on the TV news … until it became very, very personal for Megan and Ashley Pearson.read more »
Emma Stolzfus has a hidden life--and it's not the writing she does late at night while everyone sleeps.
“Any book that can both entertain and leave me thinking is a book worth reading! Adina Senft is quickly becoming one of my favourite writers of Amish fiction.” —Christian Fiction Addictionread more »
Is Carrie Miller's longing to be a mother tempting her away from her Amish beliefs?
“There is much to celebrate and much to learn from the Amish community, and these characters are so real to me now that I wish they lived next door!” —Christian Fiction Addictionread more »
While a young Dokterfraa learns to heal the body, the Great Physician heals the heart ...
“[A] genuine must read for those who love Amish fiction. Readers will not be able to put this book down until finished, it is just that great and filled with rich characterization. Herb of Grace is a five star recommended book.” —AmishReader.blogspot.comread more »
While a young Dokterfraa learns to heal the body, the Great Physician heals the heart …
"Keys of Heaven is an absolutely charming addition to Adina Senft's delightful Healing Grace series featuring herbalist in training Sarah Yoder. This second installment expands on some of the storylines introduced in Herb of Grace while new story arcs keep this fabulous series fresh. While Keys of Heaven can be read as a standalone, I highly recommend reading the previous novel to fully appreciate the characters' personal growth. But the main reason I suggest reading them in order is because it is such a magnificent series!" --LibraryThingread more »
Simon Yoder is the Dokterfraa's son, but that doesn't mean he'll ever admit to needing a little spiritual healing himself. But God has a different plan for him ... and when he meets his match at his aendi Amanda's wedding, he'll soon be singing a different tune ...
“Oh. My. Heart. This book is a wunderbaar ending to all the Whinburg Township Amish series (finally, Simon! His prayer and Cora's songs are worth the price of the book). I cannot count the number of times I cried reading this volume, yet not because I felt sad. It’s just such a satisfying and emotional wrap to so many story threads, and tears are a natural measure of how easy it is to get invested in Adina Senft’s characters. The epilogue even includes a quick conversation among the three “sisters of the spirit” whose stories originally introduced me to Senft. (Maybe it’s time to reread those first three books again!) What a great addition to the bookshelf of anyone who loves quality Amish fiction.” —Amazon readerread more »