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It's time for a return to a simple, practical lifestyle, getting along, helping one another! God created us as social beings. Christians' early survival was dependent on one another. That day has come again, says a modern Mennonite. Look at our historical, Christian roots. Consider where our society is headed. You need not become a hermit or withdraw from life, but it's time that you give some real thought to what is important. Relationships. Helping. Encouraging. After all, the only thing we'll have in heaven from earth is one another.
Jesus told us that the greatest commandment is to love God with all of our heart, soul, strength, and mind and the second greatest is to love our neighbor as ourselves. We often emphasize the vertical relationship with God, while the horizontal relationships with our neighbors are neglected. Simon Schrock has written a gentle reminder to each of us about our duty to our fellow man. At one time or another, everyone needs a helping hand, an encouraging pat on the back, or simply someone to listen. One Anothering prompts us to be genuine and loving in our relationships with Christ as our example. We depend on each other and will continue to rely upon togetherness and the nurtured relationships of those we know and love in the future. This book can enrich the quality of our experience with others at home, at work, and at worship.
From country to city...tasting sorrow and finding victory...and a desire to spread the gospel...these are the characteristics of Simon Schrock of Catlett, Virginia. <P>Born in 1936 in Oakland, Maryland, to Amish parents, Simon became a Christian and a member of the Amish Mennonite Church. During his childhood years, he knew the serenity of life in rural Appalachia, attending a one room school and a country church. <P>After his marriage to Eva Lena Yoder, they moved to the Washington, D.C. area and felt the contrast of the smoky, noisy city. He began passing out Christian literature as he moved