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Missionaries to Amish

  • Joe and Esther Keim
  • Jonas and Mary Yoder Family
  • Samuel and Polly Girod

Mission to Amish People

Amish Awareness Conference

Conference Highlights

  1. God is using the former Amish in ministries all over the world. Come and hear their stories first hand. You will never ever be the same.
  2. Six sessions on: Anabaptist Movement, Amish Culture, Beliefs and Practices, Legalism, Do's and Don'ts, Three Ways to Connect.
  3. We are passionate about getting back to community and family. Who better to learn from then the Amish culture.
  4. Meet new friends, establish relationships, deepen your relationship with God and learn more about the Amish.
  5. Bring your entire family. We have classes for all ages.
  6. You'll love the Amish style meal we have planned for Thursday evening.
  7. Tour MAP Ministry, Beyond Measure Market and New Beginnings.
  8. Role play, panel discussions, authors, display tables and resources for you to take home with you.
  9. Be sure to check out the schedule we have planned for you on day 4 (Saturday).

For more details, click HERE

 

Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center and
Mission to Amish People have partnered to offer:

 

Anyone who did not earn a high school diploma
or GED® can take advantage of this
state program which offers you the
opportunity to earn your GED® at no cost.

Aspire (GED Program):  Click Here for more details

 

Do you need your high school diploma??
If you are 22 years or older,
we have a way for you to get
your high school diploma for free!

Adult Diploma Program:  Click Here for more details

 

Contact Adrea for more information: 419-289-3313 extension 2292 and tennanta@acwhcc.org

 

 

New Beginnings Campaign

 

 

Find out more information about our New Beginnings Housing minsitry by clicking below:

 

      

 

Beyond Measure Market

Coming late fall or early 2018

Beyond Measure Market

 

About Beyond Measure Market:

Beyond Measure Market is a 6,000 sq. ft. bulk food store, an extended ministry of Mission to Amish People, and will be used to provide jobs and an income for single girls who have already left the Amish culture and need help getting on their feet. 

Beyond Measure Market will also be used as a place for hands on training and to help pay for New Beginnings Homestead - also being built at this time. 

We look forward to seeing you at the Market when we open at the end of February!  The location is 575 US-250, Greenwich, OH. 

To see recent pictures, click on Beyond Measure in progress.

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Recent Amish In The News

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  • Hartly man sentenced in fatal Amish buggy crash DOVER, DE - A Hartly man received two years in prison Thursday morning involving a fatal hit and run crash with an Amish buggy in western Kent County last year.Robert H. Eckeard, 29 years old when arrested on Sept. 6, 2017, will serve a year of Level II probation upon release. He was convicted of leaving the scene of a collision resulting in death. Other charges were not further prosecuted after the guilty plea was accepted by Superior Court Judge William L. Witham Jr.The Delaware State Police determined Eckeard fled from the scene after his vehicle struck a horse-drawn carriage on Halltown Road (Del. 8) near the intersection of Hartly Road (Del. 44) on Aug. 31, 2017. Police said the buggy was attempting to make a left turn when struck. read more
  • Amish People Stay Healthy in Old Age: Here's Their Secret Many people think of the Amish as living without. These devout communities, predominantly located in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana, go without cars, TVs, computers, phones or even the electricity needed to run so much of 21st century gadgetry. But what researchers who have studied them have found is what the Amish have a surplus of: good health in late life. The average American life expectancy is currently just under 79 years. Back in 1900, it was only 47, but for early–20th century Amish it was already greater than 70. Over the decades, most Americans have caught up in overall life expectancy, but the Amish still have a significant edge in late-life health, with lower rates of cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and more. So how do they do it? read more

Upcoming Events

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  • Feb 25 New Hope Bible Baptist Church at Point Pleasant, WV
    Amish Ministry Presentation at New Hope Bible Baptist Church at Point Pleasant, WV
  • Feb 27 Prayer Meeting
    Every Tuesday night we gather at our house to pray, which is something we have done every week for 15 years. We fight for lost and back-slid souls. We fight for the Amish and former Amish. We fight for the ministry, donors, staff and volunteers.
  • Mar 6 Prayer Meeting
    Every Tuesday night we gather at our house to pray, which is something we have done every week for 15 years. We fight for lost and back-slid souls. We fight for the Amish and former Amish. We fight for the ministry, donors, staff and volunteers.