What The Amish Can Teach Us About The Simple Life Paperback
Homespun Hints for Family Gatherings, Spending Less, and Sharing Your Bounty
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What The Amish Can Teach Us About The Simple Life
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Opening her book, ‘What The Amish Can Teach Us About The Simple Life’, Georgia Verozza writes: “The Amish have an enduring appeal for many of us on the outside looking in. We view their way of life with great curiosity. What is it about them that draws us in and causes us to want something similar for our families and our own lives?" Getting beyond the obvious owtward signs of Amish life – the buggies, the beards and the bonnets, Georgia applies the principles of peace, community, faith and practical self suffiency to living a simpler, more satisfying life.
In her book, Georgia Verozza helps you create a home atmosphere that promotes faith and family, helps you control invasive technology, find satisfaction in ‘do-it-yourself’ projects, grow more of your own food and generate less waste. With biblical evidence to support and share her slower, simpler less dependent life, the author offers you a practical hands-on, resource help you make a few simple changes to fully embrace a more wholesome lifestyle. This collection of ideas for creating a simple homemade life will encourage you to say: “Yes! We can do that too.”
What The Amish Can Teach Us About The Simple Life by Georgia Varozza was published by Harvest House in February 2013 and is our 34575th best seller. The ISBN for What The Amish Can Teach Us About The Simple Life is 9780736952606.
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create a home atmosphere that promotes faith and family
simplify their lives by controlling technology
enjoy the satisfaction of successful do-it-yourself projects
discover the benefits of growing and raising their own food
generate less waste by repurposing, reusing, and recycling
Practical and hands-on, this book is a great resource for people who want to make a few simple changes or fully embrace a more wholesome lifestyle.
About the Author: Georgia Varozza, author of 'The Homestyle Amish Kitchen Cookbook' (nearly 50,000 copies sold), is a certified master food preserver. She teaches people how to prepare and preserve healthy foods; live simply with integrity, and get the most from what they have. She works in publishing and lives in a small Oregon community. Georgia loves being with her kids and grandkids and enjoys cooking, spinning, and knitting.
A Simple Life Revealed
Why The Amish?
1 Family First
2 Building Community
3 Backyard Gardening
4 Housekeeping Tips
5 Raising Backyard Livestock
6 Keeping Technology Where You Want It
7 Waste Not, Want Not
8 Coming Home
"The author has done a great job of including so many things in this book to help us. This book is a great resource to have for such times like these. Georgia has given us many more things to think about and learn. I'm going to try her recipe for dish soap and we plan to implement a compost pile. I think she is right when we get back to the simple ways of doing things we get closer to what God intended for us all." - Other Retailer's Review.
"I liked the idea of the book, hints about how to make your life simpler. Some of the hints you will read about are ones you have heard many times. Other hints come from the Amish lifestyle. Although most of the book was helpful some of the ideas just aren't practical. I will say that I enjoyed reading this book. The author is engaging in her writing style. It is an organized book and if you are interested in the Amish community and ways their lifestyle can help you simplifier yours, you will enjoy this book." - Other Retailer's Review.
Details for What The Amish Can Teach Us About The Simple Life
|Page last updated||19th July 2017|
|Author / Artist||Georgia Varozza|
|Publisher||Harvest House (February 2013)|
|Number of Pages||160|