Levi Shetler

June 12, 2010

I left the Amish in 2008, at age 17. I left with my friend. We stayed in a barn for the first night and the next morning my cousin Sam from Canada came and picked us up; he helped us get clothes and get us on the bus to go to Iowa.

My former Amish brother was there to pick us up. I was happy to see him. I stayed at his house for two weeks, and then I got a job building hog barns. I worked for them until I got laid off for the winter, and then ended up going to Ohio to get another job.

I moved in with my cousin, then I started going to church with them. I realized that there's more to life than just living for myself. My pastor, Jerry Arman's gospel messages made it clear to me that I needed salvation. I got saved 1/30/2010 in the First Baptist Church in West Salem, Ohio.

I want to thank my pastor and Bennie & Mattie Shetler for their encouragement in my spiritual journey. My goal is to live God's word.

Hope this can be an encouragement for whoever reads this.

God Bless, Levi Shetler


This Testimony has been published with permission from the owner.



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