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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, Bigger than Impossible.

About the book:

Impossibility is not a period at the end of faith's sentence. Faith, in the life of the believer, is meant to be tested. Without adversities faith will never become strong and overcoming.

God has not planned crises, pain and disaster to enter our lives as a dead-end to faith's venture. Many situations vaunt themselves as "impossible", but when they are stripped from their "I" and "M" and become dependent on God, they become "God-possible".

In this book:
• Live life victoriously as you learn to rely on God.
• Learn how to overcome all life’s obstacles.
• Watch depression and anxiety disappear.
• Understand why God is allowing you to experience mountains.

Each chapter of Bigger Than Impossible highlights a specific area of Lydia Chorpening's difficult past, and contrasts it with Scriptures which make God bigger than the seemingly impossible. By utilizing the complete assurance of these Biblical concepts you will develop your trust in the God who is bigger than impossible.

About the Author:

Lydia Chorpening was born in Iowa and raised in a strict Amish home and as Joseph, she has seen her purpose in life fulfilled in most unexpected ways. From her humble beginnings, as Joseph, she saw her dreams ultimately fulfilled in her ‘Egypt.’ She and her husband were missionaries to the Philippines for eight years, and as Joseph, they were no saints at the beginning of their journey; needing to allow God to mold them into His perfect will. They traveled to remote areas, crossed turbulent oceans and trudged dangerous territories, learning to trust God as they went.
Lydia is also a prominent author for various articles and poems in our Amish Voice publication!


To go to our Facebook page and enter for your chance to win this week's prize, please 

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Deadline for registration: February 16, 2016


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Amish Awareness Conference 2016

Location: Eddyville, KY

Date: April 22-23

Registration: Required

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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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