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    Annemarie Wächter

    Annemarie Waechter Arnold
    Annemarie Arnold nee Wächter (1909-1980) was active in the German Youth Movement between the two World Wars, and her journals give a rare insight into the worldview and spiritual searching of youth of that era. A relative of renowned German educator Friedrich Fröbel, she studied education herself and then joined the nascent Bruderhof community movement. She married J. Heinrich Arnold and they had eight daughters, two of whom died as infants, and one son, New York writer Johann Christoph Arnold. 

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    The Bruderhof

    Plough is the publishing house of the Bruderhof, an international community of people seeking to follow Jesus together. Members of the Bruderhof are committed to a way of radical discipleship in the spirit of the Sermon on the Mount. Inspired by the first church in Jerusalem, they renounce private property and share everything in common in a life of service to God, one another, and neighbors near and far. Learn more or arrange a visit.