Posts Tagged ‘HonorboundMM’

Our Anniversary ! 34 Years!

// April 18th, 2014 // No Comments » // Events, News

Lynn

34 years ago, I married the man that God created for me! As a young girl, God placed on my heart to pray for the person that I would one day marry. Not just bless him Lord, but keep him, preserve him, protect him from people that want to use him, guide his foot steps, send the right people into his life that would love him and help him. And God Did! I am a BLESSED women, what a ride our life has been! Who Knew I’d be riding Harley’s all of the country, telling bikers that Jesus is the answer they’re looking for! I Can’t wait to see what the future holds! I love you so much!

Keith

I have to express thankfulness for my wife, of 34 yrs. today. She lived in the same house her whole life, until she married me. She went with me to serve in the U.S. Army at Fort Bragg, N.C. She has helped me do Childrens ministry, youth ministry, pastoral ministry, motorcycle ministry, etc….. She ran a Day Care and preschool for about 15 yrs. She can do almost anything, including be the best wife, mother and grandmother you can imagine. Had she known what she was getting into when she married me, she may have run the other way. I thank God and Lynn’s parents for preparing a life partner that would walk with me through every high and low place that this life has brought us to and through. I love you honey, and look forward to the next season of life together.

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Honorbound Motorcycle Ministry 5th Annual Cookout and Bike Blessing

// February 8th, 2014 // No Comments » // Events, News

On Saturday, February 8th, we will be kicking off the 2014
riding Season, with our Fifth Annual HBMM Cookout and Bike
Blessing. We will be having lots of food, fun and fellowship,
and be challenged by God ‘s word to excel in the ministry in
2014. Also, come out and get to know other Honorbound members
from different areas. The meat will be provided at no cost,
donations would be appreciated to help us defray the cost.
If you can bring drinks, dessert or a side dish it would be a
big blessing. Please send us an e-mail if you are able to help.
There will be a ride following the event.

IMG_7226If your coming from the Lakeland area, we are meeting at 8:30 AM at Circle K4415 Kathleen Rd, Lakeland, FL 33810. This is on the corner of Old Kathleen and Galloway Rd. Kick stands up at 8:45 AM. Hope to see you there!

Ministry Continues In The Northeast!

// July 8th, 2012 // No Comments » // Blog, Events

The last two weeks have really been awesome! Last week we were at Christian Assembly in Pittsfield, Ma. After church we went on a ride with several of the bikers in the church. We rode the Mohawk Trail which is known for its steep, winding curves. It was really great to see some of Massachusetts that we haven’t seen before. We are thankful to our friends Wendy and John Herrara for giving us lodging, and taking such good care of us! Thursday we rode down to CT, we caught the ferry to Long Island, NY. Today Keith preached at Bay Shore Assembly of God. He shared our vision of how God sends us out into the world to fish in the dead sea. How we need to bring life to those that feel lifeless with no hope. Over 20 people raised their hands today for salvation, and for needs in their lives. We will leave on Tuesday and head up to Maine once again. Thank you so much for your prayers and financial support.

God is rich in mercy!

// June 27th, 2012 // No Comments » // Events

This past Sunday morning, we were in Middletown, NY at Transformation Church. We had an awesome experience. They ask that both Harley’s be brought into the church, so everyone could see how we travel around the country. Keith Turcotte preached both morning services, and to God be the glory, 25 people gave their hearts to the Lord. This church is really on fire for God, they are making a big difference in their community.

Last Day In The Campground

// June 19th, 2012 // No Comments » // Events

We stayed in our camper/trailer during the rally last week. We were wanting to serve coffee and try to minister to the fellow campers. We had no major encounters at all until we were ready to pull out of the camp ground. There was a family beside us from Mass. All of them but one of the ladies left that morning to go to The Weirs. We had small talk off and on that morning, as we were preparing to leave. As we start to get into the truck, she says, “Can I ask a stupid question”? What is the difference between a Deacon and a Chaplain? Keith and I stopped and explained how a Chaplain ministers to people at places like, jails, hospitals, military personal, bike rally’s, anywhere that people usually don’t have an opportunity to go to a church. A deacon ministers in the church and usually helps a pastor in a church setting. She shared how she had lost her husband a year and a half ago. she struggled with depression, loneliness, and hopelessness. She had lost her best friend and soul mate. We prayed with her and shared that Jesus can give her joy again, hope and a future! After hugs and tears, we gave her our information so she could reach us if she needed to. Then we gave her a” Road Edition Book of Hope”. She looked down at it and said “that’s what I needed, hope”. That encounter was the icing on the cake for a great week at Laconia Motorcycle Week. Please help us to pray for Donna each day! God Bless!

Memorial Day Weekend

// May 27th, 2012 // No Comments » // Events, News

We are in the DC area for the Memorial Day weekend. We spent part of day Saturday ministering to the Veterans at the Vietnam Wall. What a privilege it is to shake a hand or hug a neck and say “thank you for your service to our country, and welcome home!” Today we are in Front Royal at Bethel Assembly of God, Front Royal, VA. Tomorrow we will back at or Nations Capital. Thank you for your prayers, we continue up to New Your at the end of the week.