Teresa Neumann : Oct 18, 2012 : Bethany Pico – Liberty University News Service
As the franchise founder told students recently at Liberty University: “My greatest success [however] is overcoming myself—overcoming Anne Beiler.”
According to a Charisma News report, Beiler’s “storybook” world was shattered when one of her young daughters was killed when she was accidentally hit by a tractor.
“It took me into a world I knew nothing about,” said Beiler. “Emotional pain, physical pain, and spiritual pain.”
Raised as an Amish Christian, Beiler shared her subsequent descent into destructive behavior. In the end, God used truth, confession, and unconditional love to bring her back and amazingly, “Auntie Anne’s Pretzels” was birthed as a way for Beiler to support her long-suffering husband whom she had temporarily deserted.
Click on the link provided to read Anne Beiler’s testimony in its entirety. And note: In 2005, the franchise was sold, and today Anne Beiler devotes her time and energy on the Family Center—a community center in Lancaster County—that helps families in need.