Mission to Amish People is a site dedicated to sharing information about ministries, services, testimonies, and opportunities to Amish and non-Amish (English) communities alike. There is a threefold purpose of Mission to Amish People. read more...

Missionaries to Amish

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New Beginnings Homestead Project

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 New Beginnings

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Aaron Schwartzentruber: I left the Amish a few years ago, but then I fell on hard times.  I lost my job, my apartment and had no money.  I was homeless for several weeks.  In early 2016, Joe and Esther took me in to their home. With a hand from MAP, I am now working a full-time job and living in my own apartment.  

On September 4, I surrendered my life to Jesus Christ and have been faithfully attending Bible studies and church ever since. I have a desire to get baptized in the near future.  

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Stay tuned for this powerful video series - coming soon!

 

 

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.

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Recent Amish In The News

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  • Sen. Shirkey works to prevent accidents between automobiles and Amish buggies HILLSDALE COUNTY, MI - State Sen. Mike Shirkey, R-Jackson is working to improve safety on the road for areas of Hillsdale County that encounter automobile and Amish horse-and-buggy collisions. According to Shirkey, road safety concerns seem to be a big issue for the county, and he plans to speak with Amish bishops in the area to understand how they perceive the situation before working toward a solution. The county does not have a record of how often the accidents occur; however, several county officials and Amish residents find it necessary to improve the situation. read more
  • Amish newspaper a fascinating read SUGARCREEK, OH - "THE BUDGET" is the name of two newspapers, headquartered and coexisting in Sugarcreek, Ohio. One is a local newspaper, with readership and news content limited to the Sugarcreek community and environs. Budget National is another matter, entirely. Its readers and subscribers are the Old Order Amish, Amish Mennonites, Beachy Mennonites and Mennonite communities all across the United States, in Canada, South and Central America. Beyond that, the weekly 52-page broadsheet has subscribers and news reports from the rest of the world. A news source index on the front page lists submissions from Ghana, Ethiopia, England, Ireland, Liberia, Israel, and Romania. The Amish and Mennonite groups are separate groups, with differing histories, practices, life styles and degrees of liberal or conservatism, but they all share The Budget. read more

Upcoming Events

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  • Feb 21 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 the Amish and former Amish. We fight for the ministry, donors, staff and volunteers.
  • Feb 26 Calvary Baptist Church at Ashland, OH
    Amish Ministry Presentation at Calvary Baptist Church in Ashland, Ohio
  • Feb 28 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 the Amish and former Amish. We fight for the ministry, donors, staff and volunteers.