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📒More With Less Cookbook ✍ Doris Janzen Longacre
✏More With Less Cookbook Book Summary : "Recipes and suggestions by Mennonites on how to eat better and consume less of the world's limited food resources"--Cover.
📒Living More With Less ✍ Doris Janzen Longacre
✏Living More with Less Book Summary : In 1980, before living simply and "green" became trendy and popular, Doris Janzen Longacre, author of the enormously popular More-with-Less Cookbook (over 900,000 sold), wrote Living More with Less, a practical guide for living in simple, sustainable, and healthy ways-ways that keep the future of the planet, and the plight of poor people, in mind. Thirty years later, Living More with Less 30th Anniversary Edition is being released as a way to celebrate and honor Longacre's foresight and vision, and to pass on her vision for simple and sustainable living to a new generation. Revised and updated by Valerie Weaver-Zercher, this 30th anniversary edition is true to author Doris' spirit of living in ways that keeps poor people, God's creation and each other in mind-and is loaded with new and practical tips in areas such as money, travel, clothing, housing, celebrations and recreation. "Living More with Less 30th Anniversary Edition collects the wisdom and experience of those who live with less than a consumer culture says we need. With stories, reflections, and advice from people around the world who are making changes to their daily habits in response to climate change and global poverty, Living More with Less 30th Anniversary Edition is a vibrant collection of testimonies, old and new, of those who are discovering the joy of living with enough." --Valerie Weaver-Zercher, editor Check out the article "Living More with Less: An Idea Whose Time Has Come Again" at Publishers Weekly Endorsements "This book was decades ahead of its time, and is just as relevant today as it was thirty years ago . . . It is like a cookbook for life." --Shane Claiborne, author of The Irresistible Revolution, speaker, and activist "This message is even more important than it was thirty years ago . . . Herein lies sound advice for living sensibly." --Bill McKibben, author Eaarth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet "This timely revised and updated edition is exceptionally wise, urgently necessary for the sake of saving our planet, pertinently and personally practical . . . Who could not but rave about this book!" --Marva Dawn, author of Unfettered Hope; Being Well When We're Ill; and Keeping the Sabbath Wholly "Living More with Less is about a way of living rooted in the Christian faith . .. . Our planet is groaning and we desperately need the kind of thoughtful essays and tips in this book to show us the way forward." --Ron Sider, founder and president of Evangelicals for Social Action Read the complete list of endorsements Click here for more about Living More with Less, including sample tips & ideas, additional resources and more. Click here for more about Doris Janzen Longacre, including poems, journal entries, her final sermon and more. Free downloadable study guide available here.
📒More With Less ✍ Doris Janzen Longacre
✏More with less Book Summary : Originally requested by Mennonite Central Committee U.S. in Akron, Pennsylvania.
📒Do More With Less ✍ Rose Greham
✏Do More With Less Book Summary : If you are reading this it's highly likely that you are already familiar with the huge benefits of the ketogenic diet that is becoming so extremely popular. Particularly since it is suitable for nearly all ages and can be adapted to so many different meals and tastes in cuisine. However, having said that if you love to cook or even if you don't you will find resisting the many recipes that pop up in your inbox and in fact every where you look on the internet making it difficult to keep track of them all plus managing them can become time consuming. With that in mind we developed this blank recipe cookbook which enables you to write down and record up to 129 different recipes. Whilst it was written primarily for the ketogenic diet user it was recognised other diets and food lifestyles often overlap so the recipe pages have been extended to cater for not only ketogenic followers but also for those who follow any of the diets below: Paleo Mediterranean Gluten Free Sugar Free Dairy free Vegetarian Vegan Egg Free Nut Free Raw Ketogenic Low Carb In addition, you will find each numbered recipe page has provision for you to enter: Recipe Name Nutritional values Intolerances Type of Diet Cooking times Ingredients Directions Difficulty Level Prep Time No. Of Serves Type of Cuisine We've also added notes pages for those extra you like to record. Lots of space and being well laid out will make management of your recipes so much easier. So why settle for a boring blank generic recipe book when you can get one that meets all your diet and culinary needs? Don't let this opportunity slip though your fingers. Even if you don't cook yourself this is a great birthday or Christmas gift for friends or family that do.
✏Living More with Less Book Summary : Practical advice on clothing, housekeeping, recreation, financing, and every aspect of daily living is designed for those aspiring toward a more simple Christian life and social independence
📒Mennonites And Media Mentioned In It Maligned By It And Makers Of It ✍ Steven P. Carpenter
✏Mennonites and Media Mentioned in It Maligned by It and Makers of It Book Summary : Anabaptists and Mennonites have often been the subject of media scrutiny: sometimes admired, at other times maligned. Luther called them schwarmar, a German word meaning "fanatics" that alludes to a swarm of bees. In contrast, American independent film producer John Sayles drew inspiration from Mennonite conscientious objectors for his 1987 award-winning film, Matewan. Voltaire's Candide features a virtuous Anabaptist. Oscar Wilde's play The Importance of Being Earnest contains an Anabaptist reference. An Anabaptist chaplain is central to Joseph Heller's antiwar classic, Catch-22. President Lincoln and General Stonewall Jackson both had something to say about Mennonites. Garrison Keillor tells Mennonite jokes. These are just a few of the dozens of fascinating media references, dating from the early 1500s through the present, which are chronicled and analyzed here. Mennonites, although often considered media-shy, have in fact used media to great advantage in shaping their faith and identity. Beginning with the Martyrs Mirror, this book examines the writings of Mennonite authors John Howard Yoder, Donald Kraybill, Rudy Wiebe, Rhoda Janzen, and Malcolm Gladwell. Citing books, film, art, theater, and Ngram, the online culturomic tool developed by Harvard University and Google, the author demonstrates that Mennonites "punch above their weight class" in the media, and especially in print.
📒The Activist Impulse ✍ Jared S. Burkholder
✏The Activist Impulse Book Summary : Anabaptists have often felt suspicious of American evangelicalism, and in turn evangelicals have found various reasons to dismiss the Anabaptist witness. Yet at various points in the past as well as the present, evangelicals and Anabaptists have found ample reason for conversation and much to appreciate about each other. The Activist Impulse represents the first book-length examination of the complex relationship between evangelicalism and Anabaptism in the past thirty years. It brings established experts and new voices together in an effort to explore the historical and theological intersection of these two rich traditions. Each of the essays provides fresh insight on at least one characteristic that both evangelicals and Anabaptists share--an impulse to engage society through the pursuit of active Christian witness.
📒Simply In Season ✍ Mary Beth Lind
✏Simply in Season Book Summary : Through stories and simple "whole foods" recipes, Mary Beth Lind and Cathleen Hockman-Wert explore how the food we put on our tables impacts our local and global neighbors. They show the importance of eating local, seasonal food--and fairly traded food--and invite readers to make choices that offer security and health for our communities, for the land, for body and spirit. Commissioned by Mennonite Central Committee, the service and relief organization of the Mennnite and Brethren in Christ churches of Canada and the United States, this is the third book in the World Community Cookbook Series.
📒History Of Soy Flour Flakes And Grits 510 Ce To 2019 ✍ William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
✏History of Soy Flour Flakes and Grits 510 CE to 2019 Book Summary : The world's most comprehensive, well documented, and well illustrated book on this subject. With extensive subject and geographic index. 245 photographs and illustrations - mostly color. Free of charge in digital format on Google Books
📒Creation And The Environment ✍ Calvin W. Redekop
✏Creation and the Environment Book Summary : Recent years have seen a shift in the belief that a religious world-view, specifically a Christian one, precludes a commitment to environmentalism. Whether as "stewards of God's creation" or champions of "environmental justice," church members have increasingly found that a strong pro-ecology stand on environmental issues is an integral component of their faith. But not all Christian denominations are latecomers to the issue of environmentalism. In Creation and the EnvironmentCalvin W. Redekop and his co-authors explain the unique environmental position of the Anabaptists, in particular the Mennonites. After a brief survey of the major forces contributing to the word's present ecological crisis, Creation and the Environment explores the uniquely Anabaptist view of our relationship to what they see as the created order. In rural Amish and Mennonite communities, they explain, the environment -- especially the "land" -- is considered part of the Kingdom God plans to establish on earth. In this view, the creation is part of the divine order, with the redemption of humankind inextricably linked to the redemption and restoration of the material world. The well-being a purpose of creation and human history are thus seen as completely interdependent. Contributors: Heather Ackley Bean, Claremont Graduate School • Kenton Brubaker, Eastern Mennonite University • Thomas Finger, Claremont Graduate School • Karen Klassen Harder, Bethel College, Kansas • James Harder, Bethel College, Kansas • Lawrence Hart, Cheyenne Cultural Center, Clinton, Oklahoma • Theodore Hiebert, McCormick Theological Seminary • Karl Keener, Pennsylvania State University • Walter Klaassen, Conrad Grebel College • David Kline, Holmes County, Ohio • Calvin W. Redekop, Conrad Grebel College • Mel Schmidt • Dorothy Jean Weaver, Eastern Mennonite University • Michael Yoder, Northwestern College, Iowa.