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Ben's Wayne [Paperback]

By Levi Miller (Author)
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A vividly-told, serious novel about the coming of age of an 18-year-old Amish youth in Holmes County, Ohio, during the fall of 1960. Miller, a Homes County native, provides a wonderful sense of place and character. Through the eyes of Wayne Weaver, he captures the restrained emotions, the earthiness, and the delight of life in the largest Amish sttlement in the world.

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Loss Forgiveness and Restoration.The Face of Christ illustration and the accompanying story that has changed lives all around the globe.First it is a truelife story of an advertising executive an artist and a pastor Joe Castillo and the way God changed him. It also tells of the many lives touched by this simple illustration.Done before a live audience the very first time it had a powerful impact on those who watched. This motivated the artist to reproduce it in pen ink prints. As an artist Joes struggle to make a living was suddenly compounded by having his wife diagnosed with cancer. They had no insurance to cover the mounting debt but at an opportune time a friend offered to reproduce the artwork on marble plaques and pay royalties. The sales of the plaques were amazing surely this was the answer to all their financial problems But the story seems to grind to a halt. The friend refuses to pay royalties on the artwork that is selling world wide and Joe loses his wife to cancer. It becomes a daily struggle to forgive the man who was profiting from his artwork and overcome the bitterness at the loss of his wife. The plaques seem to show up everywhere compounding his anger and resentment. For Joe it became a bitter symbol of everything that had gone wrong.If you have ever struggled with forgiveness. If some events in your life just dont make sense God can use this artwork and the story that goes with it to help you put the pieces together.

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Studio: Good Books
Pages   168
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 9" Width: 5.98" Height: 0.51"
Weight:   0.54 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Jun 25, 1989
Publisher   Good Books
ISBN  1561480614  
ISBN13  9781561480616  

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An illuminating glimpse of Amish life  Nov 17, 2000
A book about the Amish could easily be didactic and grade-school dreary, but this gentle tale glows with decency and a sense of life's goodness. Ben's 18-year-old sensibilities ring true. Problems of the Amish -- limited education, inbreeding, young men who violently reject the Amish way (or worse, become violently xenophobic)--are all faced straight on. But Ben finds beauty in farm and family life. He survives the loss of his betrothed and remains untouched by the big city. When he returns to the farm to help his aging father, we know he is home for good. The writing is impeccable.
A Gentle Gem  Apr 17, 2000
This is a portrait of six months or so in the life of Wayne Weaver, an 18-year-old Amish boy. It relates his thoughts and lifestyle. As a picture of Amish life from his perspective, it is very interesting. Wayne has some doubts about his life, but his thinking is clarified by certain events. I believe the Amish are portrayed favorably, and I gained insight into their way of life. This book is simply told and thought provoking, and Wayne's essential goodness of character is attractive. I intend to read this book again.

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