Book review: ‘Anything But Simple’

Sep 25, 2017 by

On one Christian publisher’s site, Amish romance books are characterized as stories about Christian people following the “simple life.” Other books, offered by other publishers, announce right in the...

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Conservative young women publish magazines

Apr 24, 2017 by and

Heather Lehman thought of producing her own publication for as long as she can remember. Growing up in Singers Glen, Va., she put together one-page newsletters decorated with markers, later expanding to family...

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New magazine promotes conservative Anabaptism

Oct 10, 2016 by and

As printed publications struggle to remain viable in the digital age, a new conservative Anabaptist magazine hopes to buck the trend by bucking subscriptions. Anabaptist Voice’s first quarterly issue was...

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More drawn to sharing cost of health care

Jan 18, 2016 by and

Health-care sharing has become an attractive option for many people since the Affordable Care Act came into effect in the U.S., but it’s an arrangement many conservative Anabaptists have had long...

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Plain poetry

Feb 16, 2015 by

Scores of Mennonite writers, poets, scholars and lovers of literature will gather at Fresno (Calif.) Pacific University in March for the seventh “Mennonite/s Writing Conference.” During the past several...

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What is really important?

Jan 19, 2015 by

Three generations of the Lehman family of Wisconsin come to the annual Thanksgiving celebration with a complicated understanding of what holds them together as a family. A fourth generation, long deceased, is...

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