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 Weekly Facebook Drawing!!

Every week, we post a book, CD, or game on our Facebook page that you can share with friends and enter to win. This week, the product up for grabs is a set of Amish dolls.

Amish dolls are popular among Amish children as well as non-Amish children and adults. These unique dolls have the unusual characteristic of not being depicted with a face. It is not known for sure why these Amish toys are faceless, although the most commonly accepted explanation is that Amish religion teaches against graven images (carved idols), and a doll with a face is considered to be a graven image by Amish standards and is therefore frowned down upon.

Dressed in the traditional Amish dress, these Amish dolls stand 8 inches tall and make a great addition to any child's toy stash or collectors display.

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

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Coming in 2015!

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


  • Aggressive Vaccine Prevented Amish Measles from Spreading An aggressive vaccination effort in response to the 2014 measles outbreak among North American Amish communities in Ohio significantly reduced the transmission of measles and the expected number of cases, according to a new study, even though under-vaccination among the North American Amish and in other communities around the United States led to the highest national annual number of reported cases in 2014 in the last 20 years.In their new study--Modeling measles transmission in the North America Amish and options for outbreak response--Dr. Kimberly Thompson and her colleague at Kid Risk, Inc. (www.kidrisk.org), Kasper H. Kisjes, explored the impact of the 2014 outbreak response compared to no or only partial response. They concluded that "aggressive outbreak response efforts in Ohio probably prevented widespread transmission of measles within the entire North American Amish." read more
  • Plea Deal Spares NY Amish Girls from Testifying in Kidnap, Sex Abuse Case A suspect in the kidnapping of two Amish girls in St. Lawrence County planned on killing the girls, but his partner talked him out of it, according to a report.WWNY-TV in Watertown says Stephen Howells’ girlfriend, Nicole Vaisey, convinced him to refrain from killing the children they allegedly abducted from a vegetable stand outside their family’s home in the town of Oswegatchie. read more

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