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Housing Ministry Project 2016 





New Beginnings Project: Our goal is to start building a 3-apartment house as soon as the funds come in.  To learn more, please go to Housing Ministry for Former Amish.


1.  Give:  We have raised $161,914 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.

3.  Pray:  You may not be able to give or volunteer, but will you pray? 


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.

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

My Amish Story 



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Recent Amish In The News


  • Former Ontario farmers creating Amish paradise on Prince Edward Island MONTAGUE, P.E.I. - Home Hardware owner Mark Beck says they've been busy supplying new customers with lumber, hardware, and paint. They've even started stocking a specific model of straw hat. About 14 pioneer Amish families from southwestern Ontario have bought farms here this year, lured by low land prices, and settled in the communities of Dundas and Summerville. Many more families are expected. read more
  • Update on Amish buggy on I-69 COLDWATER, MI - There has been public outrage that the couple who took an Amish horse and buggy the wrong way down I-69 Sept. 17 were not charged with drunken driving. Michigan law does not allow that. Assistant Branch County Prosecutor Scott Smith said Michigan’s drunk driving law is very clear. As adopted in 1949, Section 257.625 of the Michigan Vehicle Code deals only with “Operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated” and does not include a horse, a horse and buggy or a walking person. read more

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