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The Prayer Jar Devotional: Hope

{September 2022}

Inspired by New York Times bestselling author Wanda E. Brunstetter’s The Prayer Jars series

The Prayer Jar Devotional: Hope delivers the same life-changing inspiration as Wanda E. Brunstetter’s unforgettable stories. Every reading will help you draw closer to your heavenly Father.

Your prayer life will be transformed as you read through these dozens of encouraging devotional readings centered around the theme of hope. With each turn of the page, you’ll discover unchanging truths of God’s Word alongside meaningful prompts that guide you to write out your personal prayers or favorite, hope-filled Bible verses and then add to your very own prayer jar. (Simple instructions are included in the introduction.) Once you’ve finished reading the last page, you’ll have a full prayer jar of your very own. Use it to infuse your heart with inspiration and encouragement when you need it—or share it with a friend who could use some faith restoration of her very own!

Wanda Brunstetter's Amish Friends No Waste Cookbook

Wanda E. Brunstetter’s Amish Friends No Waste Cookbook

{October 2022}

Do you struggle with feeding your family as the cost of everything rises? This new Amish cookbook with recipes from Amish and Mennonite friends features ways to budget, stretch meals, and eliminate waste in the kitchen.

Kentucky Brothers

{January 2023}

An Amish Journey to Hope, Healing, and New Beginnings

Join New York Times bestselling author Wanda E. Brunstetter in the complete Kentucky Brothers series as three brothers seek fresh starts in the land of tomorrow…

The Journey
Until Titus Fisher learned woodworking skills, he’d never been able to stick to a job. Now living in Kentucky, life has a whole new outlook, but can a heart once torn by love’s rejection find new life and choose between two women who are as unique as night and day?

The Healing
Single father Samuel Fisher is still grieving over his wife’s untimely death when his brother Titus convinces him to make a fresh start. Samuel packs up his kids and heads to Bluegrass Country, but can he find hope in tomorrow when burdened by yesterday’s memories?

The Struggle
Timothy Fisher has moved his wife Hannah and daughter Mindy to Kentucky, the land of tomorrow. But when a tragic accident occurs, their marriage seems splintered beyond repair. What drastic measures will God take to salve their grief?

Letters of Trust

{March 2023}

Book 1 in the new Friendship Letters series

A Simple Letter Carries Inspiration for Healing

Life is good on their Pennsylvania Amish farm for newlyweds Vic and Eleanor Lapp—until a tragedy occurs, causing Vic to turn to alcohol in order to numb the pain. Things get so bad that Vic loses his job and their marriage is coming apart. Eleanor is desperate to help her husband and writes letters to her friend, Doretta, for advice. The trust Eleanor places in her friend and the gentle words she receives in return are a balm for even darker days to come in this first book of The Friendship Letters series by New York Times Bestselling Author Wanda E. Brunstetter.

Wanda E. Brunstetter’s Amish Friends One-Pan Wonders Cookbook

{May 2023}

New, from New York Times bestselling author of Amish fiction, Wanda E. Brunstetter, is a new cookbook that features ways to simplify meal prep and cleanup.

When you are busy and don’t want the hassle of a multi-step, multi-dish meal, keep it simple and put it all in one pan. A brand-new compilation of recipes from Amish cooks will help you manage mealtime with ease. Over 200 recipes include breakfasts, soups, casseroles, sheet pan meals, skillet meals, salad as main dish, and even some desserts. Encased in a lay-flat binding and presented in full color, home cooks of all ages will find this cookbook to be a valuable addition to their collections.

The Apple Creek Announcement

Book 3 in the new Creektown Discoveries series

An Amish Quilt Unlocks Secrets from the Past

Welcome to Apple Creek, Ohio, where piano teacher and artist, Andrea Wagner, has a fascination with painting the rural Amish landscapes around her home. She has made it to her thirties feeling like she has had a charmed life and finally has fallen in love with Brandon Prentice, a local veterinarian. But then she discovers she was adopted—and all she thought she knew about herself has crumbled. Andrea becomes so fixated on finding her birth mother that she pushes Brandon away, so she writes to the “Dear Caroline” column in the newspaper for romance advice. What will Andrea lose before she finds herself again?