Let Go and Let God is an Amish story. It is about their practice of the children making their decision to 

take the Amish practices or declining.  Ruth goes to stay with her aunt when she is at that stage. Her 

parents are concerned she will choose to go the English ways instead of the Amish. They have to remind 

themselves to let go of their worries and trust God in the midst of their anxieties. When Sadie is getting 

attention from an Englisher near where the aunt lives she contacts her father with her concern. He 

decided to let go and let God and not talk to Sadie. This book is a good reminder to trust God with my 

worries. (less) 

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