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The Bridge of Peace by Cindy Woodsmall
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Dec 02, 11

bookshelves: amish, christian, romance
Read from December 01 to 02, 2011

Physical handicaps, mental disorders, the struggle for power, rebellion, attaining financial security, fear of the unknown, loneliness, secretive natures and submission are not only part of the secular and business world but very much a part of the Amish community. In The Bridge of Peace, Cindy Woodsmall illustrates how these topics are dealt with by the Amish, using their strong beliefs to guide them. In this second of the “Ada’s House” series, school teacher Lena Kauffman struggles to maintain discipline in her classroom while being harassed by students and reprimanded by the school board. Her personal life is not what she wishes it to be, and yet, constricted by her Amish beliefs, there is little she can do to change it. Life is not easy for Lena, but still, she never wavers in her beliefs or gives up trying to do her best.
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