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Tom Lyons: Legends and Stories

Tom Lyons: Legends and Stories

Posted by Marcus Yoder on 23rd Jul 2019

When the first Amish settlers moved into the Sugarcreek and Walnut Creek Valleys of Tuscarawas and Holmes Counties, Ohio, they soon had a knock on their remote cabin doors. Upon opening the do … read more
Another Test of Faith

Another Test of Faith

Posted by Marcus Yoder on 11th Sep 2018

Last month we stepped back and took a wide look at the nature and shape of the Anabaptist world of 1800.We learned that about 500 Amish had moved from their European homes to Pennsylvania. In the Ne … read more
Galley Slaves and Moving

Galley Slaves and Moving

Posted by Marcus Yoder on 22nd Jan 2018

By the middle of the sixteen hundreds, the public execution of Anabaptist had come to a complete stop, but there was still persecution. Certain areas would attempt to deal with their “Anabaptist pr … read more
Loving Our Enemies

Loving Our Enemies

Posted by Marcus Yoder on 8th Jan 2018

Heinz Gaugel, the man who painted Behalt, did much of his research in the Martyr’s Mirror.In his reading, he came across an account that he felt deserved a prominent place on the canvas, and in the … read more