Monday, October 22, 2012

New Motorcycle Pastors


These are some of the recipients of the recent motorcycle distribution. We're so pleased to be able to help these pastors overcome some of the difficulties related to ministering in such mountainous terrain, over difficult (sometimes non-existent) roads. This amazing blessing is made possible by the members of the Christian Motorcyclists Association, and we're so grateful to them for their efforts on behalf of world evangelism!






I think this is so great! Some of these pastors oversee 3 or 4 (or more) churches in different villages, preaching several nights each week. Lack of good transportation can be a major obstacle to their work, so this blessing is huge for them.

2 comments:

Laurie Matherne said...

My great grandfather and his brother were Methodist pastors in the late 1800s and early 1900s. They were very poor. They walked or use horses. Sometimes it took all day to get to a village. They pastored churches who gave up the pastor for many Sundays because walking to a community meant staying awhile before heading home. Their main mission outside of their Cajun congregations was to scattered Indian fishing communities who no one had brought the Gospel. I applaud the efforts of people like you who allow these modern circuit rider preachers to share the good news of Jesus Christ.

Beth said...

What wonderful gifts of transportation! God bless the Christian motorcyclists and the pastors who received these motorcycles!