Who Are the Amish?
The year was 1690, and two men, who were leaders in the Mennonite Church, began to struggle over some religious practices that were taking place in the church. Their names were Hans Reist and Jacob Amman. In 1693, Amman, in a confrontation with Reist's fo
Why a Ministry to the Amish?
Many have asked that question and, at times, well meaning people have become angry that a ministry such as Mission to Amish People would even exist. In the eyes of many, the Amish seem peaceful and separated from a world of murder and divorce and to a lar
Joe and Esther were born and raised in an Old Order Amish sect in Ashland, Ohio. At 17 years of age, both were baptized as members in the Amish Church. Not long after their 18th birthdays, a former Amish man shared the gospel with them; Joe and Esther rea
What We Believe
What We Believe-Doctrinal Statement of Mission to Amish People, Savannah, Ohio. Today, there is much error and departure from the sound teaching of God's word. Therefore, it is only right for you to know what Mission to Amish People believes.
Where Will You Spend Eternity?
Question: Is there life after death? Answer: You can KNOW that you are going to Heaven!
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