I hope that everyone is enjoying these guests post from other authors of Amish Christian Romances and Fiction. I sure am! I enjoy reading what my colleagues have to say and, even better, reading their books. I hope you enjoy this posting from George Michael Loughmueller:
An Amish Home . That’s what Allan has now. He found his path and so much goodness came into his life. My new stories are set in Karsten Field about eight to ten years after An Amish Journey. Allan is happily married with two young children. His oldest daughter, Alice, even has a family of her own. Life is good.
That doesn’t mean they don’t face any challenges. Sometimes, when life is that good, we need reminders. An Amish Home – Attainable is one of those reminders.
Karsten Field is suffering from a severe drought, something to which many readers can relate. However, having an independent, simple life could mean the end of Karsten Field. Without modern technology to save their crops, Allan and Ben Abrim worry about winter food shortages. They are in the presence of a metaphorical Goliath.
The story of David and Goliath inspired Attainable. A small Amish community is only as strong as its faith. A natural disaster could destroy everything they have. Escaping the drought seems to be unattainable. Although Allan has been set free, he still has plenty to learn and God is always teaching.
The big questions: If the people of Karsten Field are so faithful, why would God let them experience a drought? Why would He not send rain?
The answer is simple: No matter what comes before you, God will see you through it. That does not mean He will change weather patterns, mainly because His reward is not on earth. It doesn’t matter what happens to us here. Cancer, war, poverty are all people problems, not God problems. Bad things can and will happen to us in this life. God is not going to solve all of our problems for us, but He will be there to see us through them, as he did with David. God could have struck down Goliath or sent a flood. Instead, David had to stand up and face the giant. He was never alone, God was always with him.
God is in Karsten Field. Allan has to stand up and face his own giant.
If things seem impossible or insurmountable, Allan has to learn that everything is Attainable with God.
An Amish Home – The Flood is available now – http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008OAFO04
An Amish Home – Attainable will be coming very soon!
Get Set Free – An Amish Journey from the beginning – http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006K8U7CW
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