A Wedding Quilt for Ella by Jerry S. Eicher
(Little Valley Series)

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Ella Yoder’s wedding with Aden Wengerd and the building of their dream house is set for June.  But when Aden is suddenly taken from her, Ella begins to doubt God’s love.

When her family pressures her to marry the new young bishop, Ella asks for six months to heal from Aden’s death.  Meanwhile, Aden’s brother, Daniel, helps Ella build her dream house based on a drawing by Ella’s sister, Clara and now incorporated into Ella’s wedding quilt.

Can healing come through a house…a quilt….a community?

About this series:  Readers of Amish fiction will delight in this first book in a new series about young Ella Yoder as she copes with the loss of her true love.  Author Jerry Eicher’s sales now top more than 100,000.


About Jerry S. Eicher

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Jerry Eicher and his wife Tina live in Virginia with their four children. His writings come from an Anabaptist perspective, with its years of devotion to the concept of the Body of Christ and a dedication to the integrity of Scripture.Jerry spent eight years as a child in Central America where his grandfather helped found a Honduras Amish community outreach, taught for two terms in parochial Amish and Mennonite schools in Ohio and Illinois, reached out to street youth through several summers of street preaching and witnessing, and has preached open air on college campus. He has been involved in church renewal for some fourteen years, and has preached in churches and conducted weekend meetings of in-depth Bible teaching. He was ordained as a minister in 1997.Jerry had his first article published in the fifth or sixth grade through a writing contest in the Young Companion, published by Pathway Publishers. He served as the editor of The Truth Triumphant that was published for several years by Crossroads Publications, and is the webmaster of "Gospel On The Web", an Anabaptist web outreach that highlights articles, books, and missions.Jerry supports his family as the owner of a residential home construction company in Virginia.
Published February 1, 2011 by Harvest House Publishers. 289 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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