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Hello! I’m attempting to enter to win ur book “Plain Faith”. Hope this is the place. The overview has perked my interest in your experiences. Thank you! ;
Would like to read your story
I just purchased your book and am very anxious to read it. I am so sorry for your loss.
Hope you enjoy the book.
Ora Jay an Irene, Your book an Friendship have inspired me to search for more life an love, what a Blessing you are.
I am reading your book, Plain Faith, and enjoying it very much. My son, Marc Moriva, lived in Kalispell with his wife, Marjory, for many years. He was a very talented musician, well known and loved there. He passed away suddenly in 2010 when he and Marjory were on the way to Death Valley to ride their mountain bikes in the desert. I have been to Kalispell three times to visit them. Such a beautiful place surrounded by the mountains of Glacier, Flathead Lake, etc. you are blessed to have such a wonderful family, to have chosen to live in the area you live in, and best of all to have left the Amish Faith, and to have become true Christians. I live in Michigan among lots of Amish and know their beliefs. They are good, good, people, but blinded by tradition and law. God’s Blessings to you and your family.
I just finished your book. I couldn’t put it down a beautiful story of love, loss and the love of our Lord. So inspired to draw closer to the one and only.
Thank You Monna ,yes we are still amazed to think that we get to live here in the North West Mt. and for your kind words. What an opportunity to serve God by loving Him and People. Blessing your way as well.
Ora Jay Eash
Both of us just finished reading Plain Faith. Our backgrounds include 2x2s and Adventism. We found your faith walk very inspiring. Your faith progression was much like ours, but you were enlightened much more rapidly. Thank you for your love and honesty in telling your story. We can also see the important values you brought out of the Amish way.
Greetings Ora Jay and Irene Eash. I just finished reading your book, Plain Faith, and I was immensely blessed. It is just amazing how God works. Hearing your story has encouraged me to continue spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ to my family and friends. May God continue to work through you both, your children and grandchildren. Continue to live your lives for Christ Jesus and Him alone. Your sister in Christ Jesus
Hi Ora Jay and Irene. Recently I was fortunate to win your book Plain Faith in an Amish Wisdom random drawing. I received your signed copy and wanted to thank you both for this beautiful book. I’m now reading it and just finished chapter 7. I have found this book to be very educational as to how the Amish live. My heart goes out to you both for your loss of Suetta and Sarah Mae. You will all be together again someday because death can only temporarily seperate believers from their loved ones.
Thoroughly enjoying your book and appreciate the fact that this is a true story , not a work of fiction. When finished I will be happy to review it on Amazon.
Loved the videos of your horse ranch. Montana looks to be a very beautiful state. It would be a wonderful experience to go on a sleigh ride during the winter months.
Wishing you both and the family a very happy Easter.
Ora Jay and Irene Eash. Just got done reading your book. Was also born Amish and still dress amish. God is taking me down a different path. Started a church and preaching salvation. Church is growing only because God is building the church. Bond age is a hard thing to get rid of. So glad for you you’ve found Jesus.
Hello Ora Jay and Irene!
I just now finished reading your excellent and inspiring book on “Plain Faith”.
It truly touched my heart. I am a 73-year old born-again, Bible-believing Christian since I was 17 years old. We have some things in common such as a lot of boys and one girl! WE had ten in all and all are boys except for our one daughter–all married but one who is still at home and is now 27 yrs. old.
My birthday is August 27th hence a reminder of your loss when you two precious girls went to heaven. Wow, I will see them too someday!
I was Roman Catholic for some five years–even as a Christian–was led astray due to lack of knowledge of God’s Word. The Roman Church is full of tradition and good works also and you never have any assurance of heaven in their religious system. After I received my assurance of salvation via a Baptist preacher, I left Romanism, went off to Bible college and then Seminary eventually becoming a Pastor of a Baptist Church. My ministry always consisted of TEACHING THE WORD OF GOD TO THE MEMBERSHIP. (Eph. 4:12ff) In doing this I learned so much myself that I wish I could share with you. Did you know that you are in heaven right now? You are! Do you know that not only is the Lord in you, but you are IN Him? Do you realize what that means? When you and I were saved we were “baptized by the Spirit into one (His) body.” (I Cor. 12:13) WE are truly “in” Him–“bone of His bones”, etc. (Eph. 5:30) Do you know exactly what the “mystery” is in the New Testament? Read Eph. 3:1-6 and all passages that contain this word “mystery”. Do you know what I Cor. 2:9 means? Is it heaven someday? How about heaven right now! Really!
If you are interested I can send you a few of my own writings on this subject. I would be happy to send them to you at no cost. Just let me know and give me an address.
I could say “God bless you folks”, but we have already been “blessed in heavenly places IN Christ” (Eph. 1:3ff) WE just need to know that these blessings are all spiritual. We have no guarantees for the physical.
I have read many books on the Amish, mostly non-fiction. I have learned much about them and have had a burden for them ever since. Oh, that they could know the real truth! Even as your heart must yearn for the same. Anybody saved in your family back east yet? I would love to sit down and talk with you about so many things, but space won’t allow it here.
One more thing–this thing about modesty. We do have to be careful as to the attire one puts on for the public to observe. Women clad in tight blue jeans shows the shape of the body. Men will lust even after that. Tight pants and slacks do the same. In my humble opinion, a woman should wear a modest, loose-fitting dress that covers the body. It identifies her clearly as a woman and she has less chance of being a stumlingblock to men. The scriptures teach a distinction between the sexes, all throughout.
God is truly so good! Even when we are not!
Sincerely, in the bonds of Calvary,
Ron Stonis, Loudon, New Hampshire (603-783-4175)
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