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A Walk Down Memory Lane Esther Gingerich
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$8.00
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
Although Suvilla Bontrager Hershberger weighed less than four pounds when she was born at home in 1919, she survived and lived to the ripe old age of 92. Suvilla was expected to pitch in and help with the work while still young and she worked hard all through her life. As she lived through the depression years she learned the necessity for frugality. And as part of a tight-knit Amish community she learned the art of caring and sharing. In 1997 while living in Sun City, Arizona, Suvilla participated in a class for writing life stories. She laboriously hand wrote her story on ruled tablet paper and had it copied for each of her children and grandchildren. Now her daughter has transcribe ...
From Grandma's Kitchen Esther Gingerich
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$15.00
Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Spiral Bound
Although Grandma Hershberger has been gone for a number of years her daughter Rhoda still has the little notebooks that she recorded her recipes in. In order to share them with the rest of the family, they have been preserved in this book. Grandma was born in 1900 and married Grandpa when she was just 17 years old so some of the recipes are quite old. Grandma was an excellent Amish cook and her grandchidren have many fond memories of her kitchen.
From Little Black Bonnet to Oatmeal Box Wedding Veil Esther Gingerich
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781633181182
From Little Black Bonnet to Oatmeal Box Wedding Veil is the recounting of the first thirty years in the life of Esther Hershberger Gingerich. Esther writes of her earliest memories, her growing up years, the uncertain teen years, and the early years of her marriage. Born in 1943 into a struggling Amish family, Esther experienced many moves, changes, new schools, and hand-me-downs. Playing with her two brothers on the farm was sometimes hilarious and sometimes downright dangerous. She tells of the trauma of leaving the Amish and the agony of losing a brother. Under girding all the uncertainties of her life were the faith, love and support of her parents and extended family.
Suvilla's Recipe Box Esther Gingerich
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$16.00
Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Spiral Bound
While disposing of her mother's belongings, Esther Gingerich found the recipe box containing many of the recipes she remembered her mother, Suvilla, preparing. So that all these recipes could be shared with other family members, Esther compiled them into a book. There are many old recipes such as fried mush with tomato gravy and ground cherry pie, but also more recent recipes for barbecued country ribs and sour cream mashed potatoes. The box and Suvilla's cookbooks also contained household tips, poems, and words of inspiration which are included in this cookbook.
The Psalms According to Esther 3 Esther Gingerich
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Size: 8" x 10"
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These are the third and fourth portions of Psalms studied by Esther Gingerich. Esther sometimes found it difficult to find meaning in some of the Psalms until she began expressing each one in her own interpretation, whether that be in prose, poem, song, chants, etc. For each Psalm she added some sort of illustration using her own photos, drawings, and verses. The intent was not to change the original words or meaning but to understand more fully what those words meant by expressing them personally.
The Psalms According to Esther Esther Gingerich
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$25.00
Size: 7.5" x 9.25"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781648587450
Esther Gingerich’s study of Psalms was a work in progress over a span of 30 years. She began when she was a busy mother with a growing family while at the same time being employed fulltime. It was difficult to find time for Bible study so she began studying the Psalms during her lunch hour. She found that if she wrote down in her own words what the scripture was saying to her, she was able to better concentrate in her short time and to find meaning to apply to her own life. Further understanding came as she illustrated each Psalm. Most of what she wrote was what spoke to her, without help from commentaries or other explanations. Sometimes one verse stood out to her and other times she ...