Posts Tagged ‘travel’

Ministry Trip

// April 15th, 2011 // No Comments » // Blog, Events, News

_We have started out on our first leg of our spring Ministry trip. We leave on Sunday morning April 16th for Washington, NC for a church service at Washington First Assembly of God. From there to the Outer Banks of NC for Outer Banks Bike Week! Please hold us up in prayer as we travel. I will be posting up dates as we go along!

Gods Many Blessings!
Chaplain Keith and Lynn Turcotte


// September 5th, 2010 // No Comments » // Blog, News

We have just returned from a long ministry trip, this past month alone was 5,000 miles on the bikes. We have been to The Outer Banks Bike Rally, Chicago, Run For The Wall, Americade, Laconia Motorcycle Rally, Franklin, NC, and Sturgis, SD. We have used several different types of outreach ministry to reach bikers for Christ. We hold Free Bike Washes, we serve Free Coffee and Water, and in Sturgis, we helped with a Free Gospel Concert, Gospel Message and Free Harley give away. The Lord has been so faithful, lives have been touched, saved, delivered and healed. It is worth every mile we ride, through rain, heat, cold or whatever the miles may hold. Sometimes the miles get weary, but with every mile there is a new opportunity, a new person that the Lord has given us the opportunity to show Christ. Whether it’s by giving a dog tag with Psalms 91 printed on it, to the Veteran or active duty soldier, or the new Book of Hope Road Edition we use to share the Gospel message. It is with antici-pation and hope that we ride on.

Looking Back

// July 5th, 2009 // 5 Comments » // Events, News

It has been a privilege this year to travel the highways of the United States , on motorcycles, sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ. We have conducted biker blessings, free bike washes, participated in Run For The wall (a Veterans event), served free coffee and water, gave out hundreds of Bibles and tracts. Ministered in churches and on the streets. Through this year, as always God has been so faithful. I can report that our efforts have not gone in vain. We have had souls saved, and lives changed.