In Salem, Missouri, a community of devout men abide by two divine forces: their Mennonite faith and their carpentry craft. Mennonite Made follows a tight-knit crew of traditional Mennonites, who practice craftsmanship passed down through generations to build one-of-a-kind log homes.
Spearheading the log home crew are owner Norman Troyer and his family of crewmates: his brother-in law-Elmer working as the foreman, his son Freeman driving the loader and cousin Mark manning the chainsaw.
On this episode, the crew work to build a custom Ponderosa-style log cabin in Colorado before the treacherous winter hits. When the build site is hit with a massive flood, the team must adhere to their standards of craftsmanship while hustling to finish the build.
Will the crew succeed? Catch the all-new Mennonite Made tonight at 10P.
Watch as master crafter Andy carves a bench from an old tree: