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 Weekly Facebook Drawing!!

Every week, we post a book, CD, game, or piece of Amish memorabilia on our Facebook page that you can share with friends and enter to win. This week, the product up for grabs is the book, Questions about God: The 100 Most Frequently Asked Questions About God.

About the book, Questions About God:

God welcomes questions. The Bible is full of inquisitive characters with good questions. From Abraham's inquiry - "Will not the Judge of all the earth do right"- to Mary's wide-eyed, "How will this be" God patiently answers the questions of sincere, searching hearts. Questions are part of the learning process, and a repeated Old Testament command is to seek the Lord. Those who inquire of Him are invariably rewarded with His wisdom.

Jesus' gracious promise says, "Ask and it will be given to you" (Matthew 7:7). As we open the Bible, we begin a quest to know the God who has revealed Himself in its pages. What is God like? Does God love me? Why does He allow bad things to happen? The answers to these and many other questions are there in the Bible, waiting for us to find them.

Got Questions Ministries has fielded many questions about God since 2002. One hundred of those questions are compiled in this book, along with biblical answers. All of these real-life questions come from people who want to know the truth about God, His nature, and His work in the world. We hope you will use this volume as an aid to knowing God a little better and loving Him more.

 

To go to our Facebook page and enter for your chance to win this week's prize, 
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Housing Ministry Project 2016 

You Are Invited To:

1.  Give:  We have raised $160,760 of $253,215.  Help us raise the rest... Click here

2.  Volunteer:  Come help us build.  For details, please email us or call our office at (419) 962-1515.


 

 

Amish Awareness Conference coming to Lancaster Bible College in Lancaster, PA. The dates are Friday, October 14 and Saturday, 15. Make plans to do a mini vacation in Amish country and take in the conference.Our website is being updated weekly. Check for registration, agenda and various other details. Friend, these two days will change your life! I promise. 

Register Today on AmishAwareness.com

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Coming in 2016!

Breaking the Silence:  is a docu-drama that is coming out of development and is in the early stages of production.  Husband and wife team,  Joseph & Stacie Graber, are telling this story with the hopes that it will encourage the church of today as we learn from the church of the last 2000 years.

For more information and how you can get involved in this exciting new project, please go to:

My Amish Story 

 

 

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  • Courts Vindicate Amish Farmer for Fourth Time HOPEWELL, PA - If at first you don’t succeed at harassing a farmer out of business, try again…and again…and again. That has been the tack the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and Hopewell Township have taken since 2012 against Amish farmer and FTCLDF member Chris Zook.All four actions against the farmer have stemmed from Chris Zook’s building of a new barn on his farm to replace the original one that had been destroyed in a 2011 fire. Hopewell Township issued Zook a permit to rebuild his barn, but both the Township and the Commonwealth objected to Zook using part of the barn as a retail store.read more
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