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Amish Genealogy Resources

Religion in Family History

Tonight I will share a few of my best Amish genealogy resources. These are the ones that I use the most when I am trying to trace Amish ancestry. 435 more words

Culture

What's New July Edition

Welcome to SCDL Tree Talk Tuesdays. This week we are taking a looking at some new additions to our Family History book collections. Below is a list of those books, with link to  the catalog for more information. 130 more words

Genealogy What's New

Being Yoder

Sometimes our very names tell a story.

Today I’m happy to host my mom, Rebecca, as a guest poster!

She decided to take on Being Yoder. 1,012 more words

Reflection

Thoughts on Steve Chalke and Yoder: until women are free, nobody is free.

I have heard the name Yoder a few times but did not realise that his works were considered so important. How dreadful and sad that a man who wrote about pacifism should perpetrate violence, and on such a scale. 108 more words

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Thoughts on Steve Chalke and Yoder: until women are free, nobody is free.

When men commit violence against women it rarely impacts their credibility, status or value in society.  Someone I know who works with men in prison commented that men imprisoned for abusing children are seen as pariahs, whereas men imprisoned for abusing women are sympathised with, “it’s only because they were unlucky enough to get caught”. 1,533 more words

Local Amish deny any link to 2014 measles outbreak


BOARDMAN, Ohio (WYTV) – With all the talk recently of measles cases cropping up around the country, it has been learned this is not the worst outbreak of the disease over the last 12 months. 288 more words

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Local Amish deny any link to 2014 measles outbreak


BOARDMAN, Ohio (WKBN) – With all the talk recently of measles cases cropping up around the country, it has been learned this is not the worst outbreak of the disease over the last 12 months. 288 more words

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