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Life-changing decisions are not easy, especially when consequences mean one's disassociation from one's culture. The 10-episode documentary "Amish: Out of Order" follows those who have chosen to leave their familiar life for more freedom and opportunity -- despite the decision to live among "the English" preventing them from further contact with the community. The series spotlights Mose Gingerich and his efforts to help former followers of the faith. At 22, Gingerich himself left and moved to Columbia, Mo., where his new life centers on welcoming and guiding others who share his experience.

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aired 836 days ago
Moses hosts a reunion for the ex-Amish community; the community creates a memorial for Cephas Yoder.
aired 836 days ago
Mose returns from his road trip determined to open a counseling center in Columbia; tragedy strikes the community.
aired 836 days ago
Michaela realizes how much she misses her mother and reaches out to her.
aired 836 days ago
The role that religion plays in the lives of Amish and ex-Amish alike; Mose confronts his conflicted beliefs.
aired 843 days ago
Mose tries to reopen the lines of communication with his mother who still sees him as an outcast.
aired 843 days ago
Prior to a lecture, Mose travels to Lancaster , Pa. where he learns the crucial role that tourism plays in the life of the Amish.
aired 843 days ago
Michaela struggles with adjustment issues when she goes to stay with Rachel, a traditional Amish woman; Mose reaches out to his old community but finds they've shut off all contact with him.
aired 850 days ago
A harrowing car accident causes an ex-Amish teen's friends to reassess their views on family, community, and the hereafter.
aired 850 days ago
Michaela, a non-Amish teenager with a troubled family history longs to join the Amish community; Cephas Yoder finds his dream of owning some land hard to realize.
aired 850 days ago
The Columbia, Mo., ex-Amish community includes two brothers trying to help a friend leave the sect and a man who still yearns to return to his Amish family after five years outside the sect.

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