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In the “English” world, Abe was a leader among the boys and spent a lot of time with his good friends Albert and Amos.When Abe’s brother Chris, owner of a Feed Store in Clark, needed help running his Amish farm, Abe re-entered the community to provide a helping hand.Many stories centered around the Amish focus on those who leave the community; Michaela’s personal journey reflects the opposite—an “English” girl becoming an Amish girl.Originally from Mississippi, Michaela recently moved to St. Louis, and began traveling weekly to Columbia with her mother.Over the next seven years, Mose worked as a schoolteacher, relocated to the Amish community in Clark, Missouri, and ultimately landed in Yoder, Kansas, where he found an Amish community much more liberal than he’d known before.At the age of 22, Mose left the Amish for good and moved to Columbia, Missouri, to start a new life—one centered on welcoming and guiding others.A loyal and competitive young man, Chris has worked to carry some of his Amish background into the “English” world by providing housing for other ex-Amish youth.
Read a Q&A with Mose » Jonas originates from Granton, Wisconsin, and left the Amish last year only to return a month later.
She prefers to live amongst the “English” while retaining some of her Amish traditions and culture. He’s working an oil rig in Oklahoma, which pays well. He represents the next stage of ex-Amishhood; he is assimilated.
Amos has been out of the Amish for a number of years and has been studying for his GED in previous months.
He also harbors a secret passion: He wants to play football. He first left the Amish at age 14 mainly due to troubles with his father.
Being a bit younger than a lot of the ex-Amish boys around Columbia, Chris wants to experience the modern teenage life for himself. His parents called the police and he hid for several days in a wooden shed in the fields as they searched for him.
With wheels come independence, and Jonas’s next few months will prove once and for all whether he’s on the outside for good.