Published: 03/20/2018 by Marcus Yoder in Amish 101
There are some subtle, and not-so-subtle, differences.
Rural roads are not city streets. They are often narrower or may vary in width. You may have less room to maneuver or a loose gravel and grass berms to contend with. Don't forget about sharp dips or unexpected turns.
Normal speeds for horse drawn buggie
Whether you shop for local Amish-made goods and furniture, stay overnight at a quaint bed and breakfast tucked under an authentic Amish quilt, stop by local roadside stands set up by the Amish to sell excess farm produce, or explore the scenic countr
Amish church and community circles intersect and overlap in many ways. When discussing Amish communities, you may hear the three terms district, settlement, and affiliation. These terms refer to three distinct ways in which Amish society is ordered.
Published: 01/06/2017 by Paul J. Miller in Amish 101
There is are somethings in a Amish child's education that cant be found in a textbook.
The Amish believe in Jesus Christ as Savior and would be a part of the protestant stream of theology. They emerged from the Anabaptists who began in the early 1500's. The Anabaptists, meaning re-baptizers, broke from the Catholic Church.