A Mennonite Woman in Two Worlds
Xulon Press, 2004 - 352 من الصفحات
The author alternates chapters on growing up as a Mennonite in Pennsylvania with experiences she and her husband had as teachers in the Congo.
Augsburger Tent Crusade 279
Words of Cheer
A Horning Mennonite Funeral
Communion and Foot Washing
afternoon American Anita arrived asked attended baby baptized began believe bench Bible bishop boys bread British brothers brought called carried Charles chicken Christian Christmas church clothes communion Congo Congolese cooked covering Daddy didn't dinner don't dress eggs eyes face feet finally finished followed four French front gave girls grade hand head invited Jesus keep Kikongo knew ladies later learned Lesley living looked Love Mary meet Mennonite morning mother never piece prayer pulled ready remember river seat served sewing side singing sister stand stood Sunday talked teach teachers tell thought told took tree turned village wait walked watched wear week women wondered