Becoming Amish : a family's search for faith, community and purpose
- 1 of 1 copy available at Kirtland Community College.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Kirtland Community College Library||BX 8129 .A5 S65 2016||30775305523665||General Collection||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780997373301
- ISBN: 099737330X
8 unnumbered pages, 247 pages ; 23 cm
- Publisher: Cedar, Michigan : Dance Hall Press, 2016.
|General Note:||"Bill and Tricia Moser were living in one of America's wealthiest communities when they stepped away and began a journey that eventually led to full immersion in a horse-and-buggy Amish life."--Page 4 of cover.|
|Formatted Contents Note:||Meeting Bill and Tricia -- Just married -- Early years together -- A new path -- Breaking away -- The thumb years -- Inspired by Joni Mast -- The barn-raising -- A chat with Joni Mast -- Reflecting on the Amish church service -- Evolution to Amish -- The first days of Amish life -- Bill and a horse named Rex -- Tricia and the new skill set -- Doing business th Amish way -- Sunday morning at the Amish church in Marion -- Connectedness -- Martyrs Mirror -- An 8th grade education -- Grandma Moser weighs in -- The boundaries of technology -- Horse, buggy, solar array -- Caneyville and the low-tech purpose -- Technological consistency -- Pennsylvania German and the unraveling -- The wedding -- Admonishment -- The auction -- The good times -- Three Moser children reflect -- Advice from Alfred and Martha Gingerich -- Settling into a broader America.|
|Summary, etc.:||"Bill and Tricia Moser were living in one of America's wealthiest communities when they stepped away and began a journey that eventually led to full immersion in a horse-and-buggy Amish life."--Page 4 of cover.|
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