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Old Order Amish cook pens column of recipes and family life

Lovina Eicher, an Old Order Amish cooking columnist for the past 12 years, is now syndicating her popular cooking column with MennoMedia under a new name, “Lovina’s Amish Kitchen,” which began July 1.

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New womens Bible study guide released

How can women support each other with compassion? How can women be present with each other making life transitions? Terri J. Plank Brenneman, PhD, takes a look at these and other scenarios in the latest women's Bible study guide, Practicing Presence.

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New Anabaptist curriculum launches August 31, 2014

The new Sunday school curriculum called Shine: Living in God’s Light for fall quarter 2014 is now available from publishers MennoMedia and Brethren Press.

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New study options added to Kids Can and With the Word series

New Bible studies on the books of Genesis and Mark have been released from MennoMedia in the “With the Word” series, as well as focused children’s studies and activities called Kids Can Speak Up and Kids Can Celebrate.

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New history of the Conservative Mennonite Conference to be released

Nathan E. Yoder has written Together in the Work of the Lord: A History of the Conservative Mennonite Conference, to be launched in July at Conservative Mennonite Conference’s (CMC) annual conference in New York state. Commissioned by the CMC Historical Committee, the book has been over eight years in the making. Herald Press is releasing the book as part of its Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite History series

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Church purchases Shine On: A Story Bible for every child in the church

Harrisonburg Mennonite Church has purchased 80 copies of Shine On: A Story Bible, the largest order to date of a new multiculturally-illustrated children’s Bible storybook to give to each child in their church in grades kindergarten through five.

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New edition of globally minded Extending the Table released

Extending the Table cookbook, the second in the World Community Cookbook series commissioned by Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) and published by Herald Press, is being rereleased with new recipes and many more color photos than in the original edition. 

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Ervin Stutzman and 104-year-old genealogist Rachel Kreider speak on Jacob's Choice

Ervin Stutzman, author of the historical novel Jacob’s Choice and numerous other books, was joined by 104-year-old historian and genealogist Rachel Kreider at Greencroft Goshen’s Community Center on March 28 for an overflow crowd.

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Denominational youth/young adult minister publishes first book

Managed chaos. That’s how Rachel Gerber describes parenting three young sons. Gerber is currently head of youth ministries for Mennonite Church USA and earlier worked in ministerial positions in Mennonite congregations in Colorado and Indiana. Herald Press has recently published her first book, a devotional memoir, Ordinary Miracles: Awakening to the Holy Work of Parenting.

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New book helps elderly and families make better end-of-life decisions

A new book, Living Thoughtfully, Dying Well: A Doctor Explains How to Make Death a Natural Part of Life, is designed to help elderly persons and their families complete the practical and spiritual groundwork necessary to have a good death. As a survivor of two heart attacks, a cardiac arrest and bypass surgery, author and medical doctor Glen E. Miller of Goshen, Indiana, writes from his medical work in Internal Medicine, hospital administration, and personal experience in the U.S. and several other countries.

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