Your Source for Quality Christian Music

McVeytown, PA  71051


Phone:  717-899-5717

Home New Recordings Choral Recordings Chorus Recordings Men's Recordings Ladies' Recordings Family Recordings Choir and Orchestra Recordings Instrumental Recordings The Children's Corner Books Music Sessions Contact Us

Pathway Publishers

An Amish publishing company from Indiana.


Dirk Willems:  His Noble Deed Lives On

by David Luthy

The history of the story of Dirk Willems.  This book includes many pictures and drawings from many sources that are commemorating the nonresistant deed of Dirk Willems.

8.5" x 11" Hardback, 82 pages, (Pathway Publishers)



Fire in the Zurich Hills

by Joseph Stoll

The story of the early anabaptists. The setting is the canton of Zurich in Switzerland.  Characters include Conred Grebel, Felix Manz, and George Blaurock.

Paperback, 351 pages, (Pathway Publishers)

Henry and the Great Society

by H. L. Roush, Sr.

How is the society around us affecting us?  Can we find the Truth?.

Paperback, 116 pages, (Pathway Publishers)


The Drummer's Wife

Compiled by Joseph Stoll

12 selected stories from the Martyrs' Mirror.

Paperback, 251 pages, (Pathway Publishers)

The Lights of Home

Compiled by Pathway Publishers

Poetry written by the Amish community.  Get a little view into the simple beliefs of the Amish.  Each poem has a simple illustration to go with it.

8.5" x 11" Hardback, 200 pages, (Pathway Publishers)

The Midnight Test

by Elmo Stoll

A story of some schoolboys and the tests that life can bring along.

Paperback, 233 pages, (Pathway Publishers)


Footprints in the Sand

by Mrs. Cleon Martin

The sequel to The Pineapple Quilt, and continues the story of Nancy Martin.  A

teen-age story set among the Old-Order Mennonites of Waterloo County,

Ontario, CANADA.  The places are factual, but the characters and their

homes are fictitious.

Hardback, 288 pages, (Pathway Publishers)

Shagbark Hickory

by Joseph Stoll

This story spans a year in the life of Joni and Sammy Troyer, the sons of an Old Order Mennonite Family in Michigan.

Paperback, 176 pages, (Pathway Publishers)




A Michigan Summer

by Joseph Stoll

This story is the sequel to Shagbark Hickory and picks up the story of the life of Joni and Sammy Troyer, the sons of an Old Order Mennonite Family in Michigan.

Paperback, 182 pages, (Pathway Publishers)

Benjie

by Sara J. Yoder

The story of a 6-year old Benjie.  A very readable and realistic story of a little boy and the struggles he faces.

8.5" x 11" Hardbook, 75 pages, (Pathway Publishers)


Benjie Goes to School

by Sara J. Yoder

A sequel to Benjie.  The continued story of a  Benjie going to school.  A very readable and realistic story of a little boy and the struggles he faces.

8.5" x 11" Hardbook, 75 pages, (Pathway Publishers)




Benjie, the In-Between Boy

by Sara J. Yoder

A sequel to Benjie Goes to School.

8.5" x 11" Hardbook, 108 pages, (Pathway Publishers)




Becky

by Sara J. Yoder

A realistic story of a little girl who loves animals and wishes she could grow up.

8.5" x 11" Hardbook, 90 pages, (Pathway Publishers)




Becky's Eventful Summer

by Sara J. Yoder

A sequel to Becky.  A realistic story of a little girl's exciting summer.

8.5" x 11" Hardbook, 90 pages, (Pathway Publishers)


Twenty Stories for Children

Compiled by Pathway Publishers

20 selected stories for children with some simple illustrations

Hardback, 160 pages, (Pathway Publishers)




The Shoe That Tattled and Other Stories

Stories and Activities for Young Children

Pathway Publishers, 8 1/2" by 11" Hard-back book, ( 72 pages)


Stories to Tell

 Stories and Activites for Young Children

Pathway Publishers, 8 1/2" by 11" Hard-back book, ( 72 pages)



Two-Book Special!  $8 for both books, plus one-book shipping...


Shagbark Hickory

by Joseph Stoll

This story spans a year in the life of Joni and Sammy Troyer, the sons of an Old Order Mennonite Family in Michigan.

Paperback, 176 pages, (Pathway Publishers)


A Michigan Summer

by Joseph Stoll

This story is the sequel to Shagbark Hickory and picks up the story of the life of Joni and Sammy Troyer, the sons of an Old Order Mennonite Family in Michigan.

Paperback, 182 pages, (Pathway Publishers)