Sharat Finds His Purpose

You might think he had it made. He graduated from an ivy league university and was working on Wall Street. But Sharat was not satisfied.

One Hundred Times As Much

Paul's father wanted his religion to be real. He gave up farms and brought his family into an abundant life of one hundred times as much.

One Short Life

Netsach reminds us to think twice about our life and where it's going.  Because we only get one chance, and when that chance is gone, you can't get it back.

If They Care For The Flowers

Ruhamah came to the community in our beginnings.  A simple message was spoken to her heart, that if they take care of the flowers, they would take care of her, too.

My Journey through Christianity to the Communities of the Twelve Tribes

During my journey, the more I searched through different forms of Christianity the more confused I got. How could the "church" be so divided when the first church started so united? The love and unity of the Body of Christ is the mark of true believers. The container for his Spirit is a special nation.

Volunteering on our Farms

Evan met us volunteering on the Morning Star Ranch in California. Now he lives on the Bear Creek Farm in Marshall, Michigan and heads up the farm there.

When the Corn Moon Glows

A play about the Plymouth Separatists and the first Thanksgiving. First performed by the Community in Plymouth in November 2022.

The Separatists were radicals.  They were not the dogmatic Puritans who wanted to purify the Church of England, which itself was an attempt to reform the Catholic church.  No, these Separatists had a fire in their heart to follow the pattern of the primitive church in the book of Acts.  Though short-lived, their attempt at Plymouth Plantation is inspiring to us, and we hope to you as well.

When college didn't work and I couldn't tell my parents, something beautiful happened

Hakam Zerubbabel describes his journey as an Asian-American through college, Help-X, and onwards to the Yellow Deli in Oneonta, where he became a disciple.