Ministries

The Bible Club

The Bible Club is an exciting Bible correspondence course ministry of Mission to Amish People and carries 28 Bible courses. The courses cover ages 5 through adult and are simple, well illustrated, and Christ centered.

Amish Voice Publication

The Amish Voice is a 12-publication that is mostly written by former Amish people and goes into thousands of Amish and former Amish homes.

Amish Voice Conference Line

On the first Sunday evening of every month, Paul Miller hosts a one hour conference line that draws both Amish, former Amish and non-Amish participants. Topics and special speakers vary from salvation to sexual abuse.

Schedule a MAP Presentation

Interested in having someone from Mission to Amish People come and speak? Request an Information Packet (Packet will only be mailed to a church address)

Mentoring and Discipleship

Mentoring/discipleship and support groups are being established for those who have left the Amish culture and find themselves struggling with various issues, and for those in the midst of transitioning from one culture to another.

The Mountain Movers

Here at Mission to Amish People, we are convinced that prayer is the ONLY way to build the kingdom of God. For that reason, we have established a ministry called "The Mountain Movers". Our desire is to see these groups duplicated all over the United State

Amish Awareness Conference

Amish Awareness Conference 2014: This two day conference will focus on equipping you for evangelism and discipleship among your Amish neighbors and friends in America and Canada.

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"Ever since you were here in Ypsilanti, we have been enjoying your letters and we do pray for your group and you as well at leased once a week. We select 2 or 3 missionary prayer cards every morning for our devotions and pray for each one. Thank you again for your devotion to your ministry. It's obvious to us that God has given you a tremendous burden and the STRENGTH to endure."

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