73 responses to The ex-Amish community

  • Angelic
    Comment on The ex-Amish community (September 10th, 2012 at 11:55)

    How to support

    I wanted to know what can I do to help people who leave to get on their feet. I don’t think religion should ever be used to control people but actually set them free through the Love of Christ.

  • Comment on The ex-Amish community (September 16th, 2012 at 14:29)

    help for selfhelp

    Hello,
    we are building a worldneedhelp
    for poor countries and want to have the help from amish knowhow.
    In greece, creta we have much of mountains and we want to give ex-amish-people a chance to live their.
    Now we stay in germany and like to have contact to you.
    thank you,
    god bless you
    Hermann

    • Robert Clyne
      Comment on The ex-Amish community (April 13th, 2014 at 07:28)

      Using Amish low resource skills for Africa

      I would love to talk with ex Amish about working as technical advisors for various projects in Africa.

      We are looking to build steam turbines using fresnel lens, rammed earth homes, solar cookers, electric cargo motorcycles. We want to do aquaculture, home gardens, hydroponics, and other money making enterprises available to grassroots entrepreneurs.

      We need people who are durable, and highly resourceful under low resource conditions, and who can work hard and serve as role models for Africans who may want to think about alternative lifestyles that are ethical and practical.

      It would be good for Africans to understand Christianity is anti-materialistic. A lesson lost on most of them.

      Robert Clyne

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  • Comment on The ex-Amish community (October 15th, 2012 at 20:34)

    I would be very willing to relocate to any us city where I could help anyone that is amish that wants to better themselves. Just i don’t know how :/ or where to go….

  • Tammy Mossbrucker
    Comment on The ex-Amish community (October 22nd, 2012 at 01:21)

    Rebecca from Breaking Omish

    I have just finished viewing the pre-views of next weeks Breking Omish finally and am so concerned with how Rebecca was just abandoned by her family and now that it is out that she has been married and possibly her “yes” to Abe’s proposal she will have no one to help her. I understand the show is not in real time so this has already occured but I will not sleep well until I know she has been helped by someone who will love and suppport her. If anyone knows anything please let me know and if she needs help in anyway I would do anything to support her.

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    • Tammy Mossbrucker
      Comment on The ex-Amish community (October 22nd, 2012 at 01:33)

      I will reply to my own comment!!! Do not want to take up too much space on a honest needed site but wish TLC would have not pulled the wool over America’s eye’s!!!!! I guess both Abe and Rebecca have been together for sometime and even have a child that was left to do the show and are fine because they have been away from the omish for years. Using technology, tannin by pools, driving nice pick ups and all the English things the Omish despise. Thanks TLC for causing pain and sorrow with lies and thanks Rebecca and Abe for allowing $$$$$$ to cloud your integrity. Oh and by the way, leaving a child and not acknoledging her for the sake of ratings…..was it worth it??? I will pray for you and your family that is what it seems you need now.

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  • georgia
    Comment on The ex-Amish community (November 11th, 2012 at 12:16)

    amish

    Can everyone become amish because im very into becoming amish and do you know anyone i can talk to about it?

    • Comment on The ex-Amish community (February 25th, 2013 at 21:16)

      Amish Wannabe?

      You really want to become Amish? First, I’d encourage you to educate yourself on this complex culture. Second, begin now living without electricity, running water, technology, and wear plain clothing. Third, read accurate, real information on Amish at www.BrendaNixonOnAmish.blogspot.com. Best wishes on your goals.

  • Comment on The ex-Amish community (May 6th, 2013 at 10:00)

    Looking for Experienced Employees

    Hi, my husband and I have a family owned business that has been around for over 40yrs. We do residental roofing and siding, we are currently looking for 3 shinglers and 2 labourers. I have placed many ads with different papers etc but can not find suitable employees. We run a drug and alcohol FREE work place. We do high end quality work ONLY. As soon as we ask a potentential new employee to produce a police clearence certificate and sign a subsance abuse test paperwork, they no longer show up for work?
    This ad is being placed on the off chance that there is some people in your community looking for work?
    I think everyone knows how hard and serious Amish/Mennonite people are about working and suporting their families, not to mention having pride and integrity. Pay ranges on exp $15-$24 per hour. Only serious inquires only Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada based shop

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  • Bill
    Comment on The ex-Amish community (May 12th, 2013 at 04:15)

    Helping ex-amish

    I have many years of experience with young people and would like to start a project in Sweden for ex-amish offering skills they may not have and education in the sciences they may not have. Is anyone interested in taking part ??? Low cost, good lodgings.

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