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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Mother of Slain Pennsylvania Trooper Chooses Forgiveness
As Cpl. Bryon Dickson II stepped out the Blooming Grove (Pennsylvania) State Police Barracks on September 12, 2014, he didn't have a chance as he was shot and killed from ambush. Dickson's mother, Darla Dickson, who attends Mill City Assembly of God, has chosen to forgive her son's killer — and she means it.