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Plain Faith A True Story of Tragedy, Loss and Leaving the Amish
By Ora-Jay and Irene Eash, with Tricia Goyer
Published by Zondervan
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On 9/23 Taunya Richards wrote: My first encounter with the Amish was about 20 years ago. I was fascinated to see these people from the Amish fiction I devoured at night. While visiting family in Ohio, my husband and I drove to Berlin, Ohio to visit the Amish shops. It was quite the experience. Although I love my modern life, there ... Plain Faith Review
On 9/9 Jennifer Wilson wrote: Plain Faith: A True Story of Tragedy, Loss, and Leaving the Amish by Tricia GoyerMy rating: 4 of 5 starsIt’s the way things are done. Tradition. Looking good to others to allow them to see your quiet, simple faith. Being peaceful.But what happens when things are no longer quiet and ...
On 9/7 TMD Reviews wrote: Living not far from an area known for its Amish population, I thought it would be interesting to get an insiders' perspective on this culture that has survived for so long. While you will learn some information in "Plain Faith," I finished the book with a feeling of meh.Ora Jay and Irene Eash take turns ... "Plain Faith"
On 9/6 upstatealicat wrote: This book is very insightful. As a teenager, my family took yearly trips to the Amish country in Lancaster, PA. We learned all about their culture, their religion, and their way of life. Deeply religious, the Amish generally believe that works are what get one into Heaven. In this book, the story follows ... Amazing story!
On 9/3 Book Lover wrote: I am always reading Amish fiction and knew I would definitely be interested in this book as it held an inside scoop into the life of being Amish. I wanted to know more about what they taught and believed and why.Ora-Jay and Irene had such a sweet heart. I was heartbroken to read about the death ... Plain Faith by Ora-Jay & Irene Eash with Tricia Goyer
On 8/20 Ginger wrote: What an interesting story. I love Amish fiction. As in, I tend to only read Amish fiction if I am not reading historical fiction. At first, I wasn't sure I was going to like Plain Faith, as it is a true story. I didn't know if I wanted to read anything that would make me not like reading Amish stories. ... Plain Faith, by Ora-Jay and Irene Eash
On 8/8 Jenn Grandlienard wrote: I grew up in Chester County, Pennsylvania, which is really close to Lancaster, a fairly large Amish community. In addition, for the past 6 months, I lived in Bluffton, Indiana, which is also really close to an amish community. So when I saw the preview for Plain Faith, I was immediately drawn in. ... Plain Faith…an Amish Book Review.
On 7/30 InkBlotsbyTRD wrote: Plain Faith is a very interesting book. I was initially interested in it because I enjoy reading Amish fiction (such as books by Beverly Lewis, Wanda Brunstetter, etc.), but this book really is much more than just a way to get an inside peek at the Amish way of life.The main text of the book is told ... Book Review :: Plain Faith by Ora-Jay and Irene Eash, with Tricia Goyer
On 7/29 Athena wrote: I love Amish fiction, and read a lot of it. Actually, I love reading about the Amish, but you just don't find much besides fiction. So I was very excited to read Plain Faith by Irene and Ora Jay Eash, with Tricia Goyer. Tricia Goyer is one of my favorite Amish Fiction authors, so that ... Book Review~Plain Faith
On 7/18 Savannah wrote: I think this is the first book I’ve read that gives a true Amish account of the Amish life. Everything else I’ve read has always been fiction, and while I enjoy Amish fiction I’ve wondered why it’s so often considered “Christian reading” when, from what I’ve learned from true ex-Amish, ... A first-hand account of Amish turning to Christ after tragedy