REVIEW: The Path to Piney Meadows by Gail Sattler

Through God’s providence, Chad finds himself in the small, isolated town of Piney Meadows.  Coming from “the cities”, Chad is an outside in this Mennonite community.  The townspeople slow adjust to him, as does Anna, a young Mennonite woman.  Building a strong friendship and firm foundation, Chad and Anna rely on God, each other and their faith to lead them through challenging situations.  Although it is set in a set-apart town with traditional values, it is a modern-day story.  I enjoyed it and I was rooting for Chad to find peace with God’s path for him.


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