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|Title: Amish Singing: Four Stories, Unabridged Audiobook on MP3-CD|
By: Amy Clipston
Vendor: Zondervan on Brilliance Audio
Publication Date: 2020
|Dimensions: 6.75 X 5.25 X 0.5 (inches)|
Weight: 2 pounds
Stock No: WW527787
Four sweet stories from Amy Clipston show us the power of song and the truth of God's righteousness and love.
Hymn of Praise
Savannah Lambert and Jayden Smoker have been friends for a long time, but lately Jayden has seen Savannah in a new light. When they begin dating, Savannah tells him about a new youth group that performs traditional Amish hymns. Savannah joins the group, but Jayden is a traditionalist. Can these two dear friends get past their differences and find love?
Korey Esh is racked with guilt after a terrible tragedy for which he feels responsible. He is certain God doesn't love him and that he's unworthy of forgiveness or grace. When Leanna Bender, an acquaintance from school and youth group, invites Korey to join her at a singing, Korey doubts he will enjoy himself—let alone find peace. Through friendship, love, and the power of song, Leanna helps Korey learn how to forgive himself the way God already has.
Great Is Thy Faithfulness
Kayana Bender's mother has been battling breast cancer for some time and is now facing radiation. Kayana can't understand why God would allow someone as wonderful as her mother to go through such a terrible time. She finds strength in her singing group and friends, and when Ryan Detweiler sees Kayana crying one day after practice, he approaches and befriends her. As love blossoms and good news arrives, Kayana discovers that God was with her all along.
O Holy Night
Kaitlin Lantz and her parents joined the church district a year ago. She didn't participate in singings in her former church district, but Tyler King invites her to join their special performing youth group. Kaitlin worries she'll never fit in, but eventually she realizes she has finally found a home here. Together, they celebrate a new beginning, just like the first holy night.