An Amish Singing (Paperback)

Four Stories

By Amy Clipston

Zondervan, 9780310360186, 384pp.

Publication Date: September 1, 2020

Other Editions of This Title:
MP3 CD (9/1/2020)
Compact Disc (9/1/2020)

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Description

Romance is bound to strike a chord when the young people of Bird-in-Hand join together to bring their community the gift of song.

Hymn of Praise

Sharon Lambert and Jay Smoker have been friends for a long time, but lately Jay has seen Sharon in a new light. They begin spending time together, and Sharon invites Jay to her family's home to serve dinner and to sing traditional hymns for their English guests. When Jay decides that this tramples upon his doctrinal beliefs, can these two dear friends compromise and find love? Or will Jay's strict views keep them apart?

Amazing Grace

Dave Esh is broken with guilt after a recent tragedy. When Alice Blank, an acquaintance from school and youth group, invites him to join an informal singing group that performs for community members in need, Dave doubts he will enjoy himself--let alone find peace. Will Alice's friendship help Dave learn how to forgive himself the way God already has?

Great Is Thy Faithfulness

Darlene Bender's mother has been battling cancer, and Darlene can't understand why God would allow someone so wonderful to go through such a terrible time. She finds strength in her singing group and friends, and when Andrew Detweiler senses that Darlene needs a confidant, he approaches and befriends her. As love blossoms between them, Darlene might soon realize that God was with her all along.

O Holy Night

Elaine Lantz and her parents have just moved to town from New Wilmington. After leaving behind some painful events and a group of deceitful friends, Elaine worries she'll never be able to trust again. But the young people of Bird-in-Hand don't give up, and Calvin King takes it upon himself to make Elaine feel welcome. Perhaps friendship and love await Elaine in her new hometown.

  • Sweet, inspirational Amish reads
  • Collection includes four stories (23K words each) that can be read together or as standalones
  • Includes discussion questions for book clubs