Plain faith


There comes a time where a true story grips you. As the story begins to unfold with details that grab you and place you in story, it becomes easy for a reader to develop charisma within the story.

In this true story, readers will discover a transparent view of the Amish civilization and what makes that civilization tick. Their existence is far from the normalcy of society. It is common knowledge that the Amish live with strict standards that include no electricity, uniformity in fashion and style, and no automotive transportation. Along with these include homeschooling and physical labor.

This story not only reveals the standards set by Amish citizens but also their work ethic, spiritually speaking. As this family, who was striving to live the Amish life, was struck by tragedy, the ultimate tragedy remained unseen. But as time passed by, the spiritual tragedy began to rear it’s ugly head. Through great loss, one Amish received great gain. Prior to the loss of precious loved ones, this Amish family believed they could achieve salvation and work for eternity. Through great and difficult loss though, this family’s eyes were opened to the truth, and the truth set them free…both spiritually and physically. This great liberty broke them off their Amish ways, which ultimately led them to leave and deny the Amish faith and life. 

In this story, you’ll learn so much more about this tragedy, but you’ll also get a glimpse at God’s love, faithfulness, and kindness…all the while peaking behind the curtain of the Amish lifestyle. 

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.


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