With over eight million bikers in the United States, there is an incredible window of opportunity for us - if we are willing to move out of our comfort zone and embrace the biker and motorcyclists in our communities. By developing a heart for this overlooked group, we can REACH bikers and motorcyclists with the gospel, TRAIN Christian motorcyclists in evangelism and discipleship, and BUILD a network of churches who are enthusiastic about this unusual ministry.
We know that without acceptance and a nurturing church connection, new believers may not develop spiritual maturity. To combat this, AG US Missions Motorcycle Chaplains and HonorBound Motorcycle Ministries are committed to helping you take the next step in developing a ministry strategy for reaching motorcycle enthusiasts everywhere.
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Sri Lanka AG Celebrates its Centennial
Over 22,000 people gathered to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first Pentecostal missionaries who came to Sri Lanka (then Ceylon) in 1914.
Teen Bible Quiz National Champions Crowned
Defending Teen Bible Quiz National Champions James River Church, Ozark, Missouri, edged Bellevue (Washington) Neighborhood Church, 165-130, to win its second consecutive Teen Bible Quiz National Championship.
This Week in AG History -- July 29, 1939
Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center Director Darrin Rodgers sheds light on senior AG stateman, John W. Welch, and his impact upon the Assemblies of God. Then link to the historic 1939 Pentecostal Evangel and read tributes to Welch as well as articles by George D. Watson, Mrs. Howard Taylor, and many others!
AG Centennial to Have Strong Overseas Representation
Even though it's the U.S. Assemblies of God celebrating its Centennial, the overseas AG members are coming in significant numbers to join in the celebration events.
Survey Reveals Americans Polarizing Over the Bible
Barna Group survey reveals Americans are split down the middle when it comes to loving or hating the Bible.