The priesthood motorcycle ministry

The priesthood motorcycle ministry DEFAULT

The Priesthood Motorcycle Ministry

 

The Priesthood was started in by Pastor Garland Thomas of New Life Worship Center

and Associate Pastor Frank Haven. Their Combined vision to reach bikers and all motorcycle

enthusiasts birthed this ministry and continues to fuel its development around our Great Nation.

 

Our Purpose

The Priesthood Motorcycle Ministry was organized exclusively for religious, charitable and

educational purposes. These purposes include, but are not limited to:

• The proclaiming of the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ to motorcyclists.

• The training of believers in methods of evangelism to reach motorcyclists with the Gospel.

• Providing opportunities for fellowship and spiritual encouragement for motorcyclists.

 

Our Colors Remind Us That:

We are the fruit of His Sufferings.

The Crown of Thorns was placed on our Lord’s head to mock His earthly kingdom. That same crown
pointed to a day when He will reign as King of Kings and Lord of Lords.

The Three Nails speak of our sins that were nailed to the cross. As the nails were driven,
our freedom from all that binds us was being paid.

The Twelve Blood Tipped Thorns represent His apostolic government, to which there is no end.

The NLWC means No Life Without Christ and / or New Life With Christ to be used as a witnessing tool.

We Wear These Colors To His Glory

 

The local chapter in Killeen is The Hood Chapter. If you are interested in joining or would like more information, please contact the Hood Chapter President, John 'PAPA O' Oliphant () 

 

 

 

Sours: https://www.killeennaz.org/priesthood-motorcycle-ministry

ARMY-NAVY TAILGATE PARTY AT CLAREMORE VETERANS CENTER

by Bob Russell, ©

(Dec. 12, ) — On  Saturday, December 8, the CedarPoint Church chapter of The Priesthood Motorcycle Ministry hosted a tailgate party in the auditorium of the Claremore Veterans Center, providing pizza, soda pop, and cookies for residents, staff, and family.  There were about 25 or so members of the ministry serving food and drinks to the approximately 50 residents who attended the event.

This is only the latest of several events they have held to honor our veterans.  I know most of the members of the group as I have the honor of attending church with them and was present at the establishment ceremony at CedarPoint Church in Claremore, Oklahoma.  Many were members of the Owasso chapter until becoming numerous enough to form their own chapter.  I know some of them quite well but some I barely know.

CedarPoint is a church of about 1, with three services every Sunday.  I attend only the third service that starts at p.m., as I attend Lifechanger Church earlier in the day.  Many of the club members serve at the Celebrate Recovery service at CedarPoint on Mondays at 7 p.m.  The chapter was spun off from the Owasso chapter during the summer and has grown steadily under the leadership of chapter president John Cash and his wife Teresa.

I am very impressed with the personal quality and the attitude of service to others of the group.  They don’t recruit but accept requests to join after the prospect meets their membership criteria.  Every prospect goes through a program to ensure they can meet the standards for membership and demonstrate their willingness to serve others.  The Priesthood is definitely a ministry dedicated to showing the love of Jesus to people they encounter.  They take their mission very seriously and demand a very high code of conduct and service at all times.  Members are not allowed to drink alcohol or use drugs at any time, including a ban on wine with a meal.

One of the members, Aaron Collier, works at the CVC and I see him almost every day.  He is a fine young man in his early 20’s with a wife who is also part of the Priesthood.  They have a son about 3 and an infant daughter.  Both Aaron and Erin are fine people with a heart for serving others.  The members range in age from their 20’s to 50’s, and all are high-caliber Christian people who put the needs of others before their own.  Some of them, Like the Cashes, Mark and Lynn Rapella, and Tyson Kloberdanz I have known for quite a while.

Members of The Priesthood also serve in various capacities at CedarPoint Church.  Tyson manages the sound booth, overseeing the lighting, sound, and IT needs of various functions throughout the week.  Erin Collier also helps in the sound booth on Monday CR meetings and probably other events as well.  CR is the only event I attend through the week so I don’t know who does what at other events that occur almost nightly at the church.  The “motto,” if I can call it that, is that CedarPoint is a “Story Changing” place with a goal of being “relentlessly good to the community we live in.”

Pastor Rick Burke is an honorary member of the Priesthood even though he doesn’t ride a motorcycle.  Rick has been very instrumental in the formation of the chapter, being both a mentor and avid sponsor of its formation.  I would like to get involved with them but my current schedule and disabilities from a stroke prevent me from doing so.  When I see the manifestation of the recovery from the stroke and have more strength, stamina, and ability I will check in to becoming at least a fringe member of the group.  I will soon be 69 years old and haven’t been on a motorcycle in 40 years so I won’t be riding but may be able to help in some capacity when I am more able to function normally.  I don’t know what designation I would have as a non-rider but I believe I could be an asset in some capacity, as I have the same desire to serve others to the best of my ability.  Right now my left arm and hand are paralyzed and I walk with a very noticeable limp due to partial paralysis in my left leg.

As I stated, I am currently quite impaired but God is going to restore me to full health at some point.  I had a dream in May of that I would wake up one morning fully restored.  I believe that day is on the way.  God told me He would restore me but not when it would be.  I do now, and will continue to stand on that dream as long as it take because I see it as a promise from God to fix me and what He says He will do.  My wife had a similar dream a few months ago, that I came in from church one evening waving my paralyzed arm over my head and walking normally.  Then last month at Vision, Friday night church, a young lady saw my physical struggles and as she prayed for me God told her, “Be patient, I am going to fix him.”  I take both of those episodes as confirmation of my dream and will continue to stand on it until it comes to pass.

Until my day of restoration comes I will help others when and where I can and try to be a help to The Priesthood if and when I can.  I have seen their hearts for service and both admire and appreciate their ideals.  If we had more groups like them and more people involved in them this nation would be a much better place.  I am often dismayed at the selfishness and “me first” attitude I see from some of our society, so being able to witness the “others first” attitude of the members of The Priesthood in person is very refreshing and gives me hope for the future of our nation and the human race in general.  Seeing their selflessness and dedication to others is very encouraging.

I submit this in the name of The Most Holy Trinity, in faith, with the responsibility given to me by Almighty God to honor His work and not let it die from neglect.

Sours: https://www.thepostemail.com//12/12/the-priesthood-motorcycle-ministry-cedarpoint-chapter/
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Tribe of Judah Motorcycle Ministries

AbbreviationToJMM
Formation
TypeEvangelical Christian Ministry
PurposeEvangelism
HeadquartersHouston, Texas, USA

Founder/International President

Ben Priest
Websitehttp://www.tribeofjudah.com/

The Tribe of Judah Motorcycle Ministries (ToJMM) is an evangelical Christian outreach aimed at "reaching the outlaw biker world and people in all walks of life".[1] The ministry was founded by Ben Priest in , members celebrated its 25&#;year anniversary at a reunion in Colorado in [2]

Members of the Tribe of Judah MM attend motorcycle events and rallies to serve and evangelise to the outlaw motorcycle community. They ride American made V-twin motorcycles such as Harley-Davidson's and wear a 3-piece back-patch similar to those worn by members of traditional outlaw motorcycle clubs.[3]

History[edit]

The Tribe of Judah MM was founded in by Ben Priest.[2] According to Priest's personal testimony[4] he was formerly addicted to illicit drugs and a member of an outlaw motorcycle club. In Priest underwent a conversion experience after attempting to commit suicide by drug overdose. Priest reports a personal encounter with Jesus Christ and details experiences which comply with what charismatic and pentecostal Christians would describe as Spirit baptism and the practice of speaking in tongues. Priest later formed the Tribe of Judah MM as a means to spread the Christian gospel amongst the biker community he had once been a part of.

Membership[edit]

There are currently[when?] 56 Tribe of Judah MM chapters in 19 US states and 9 further countries in Europe, Australia and North America.[5]

Membership (full patch) of the Tribe of Judah MM is awarded following a hang around time, time of being a Millennium Messenger and a lengthy prospecting period, in some ways similar to that undergone by prospective members of an outlaw motorcycle club.[3] In the Tribe of Judah full-patch members are considered to be ministers and the prospecting period is seen as a form of ministry training. Prior to becoming a prospect those wishing to join the Tribe of Judah MM are expected to spend some time as a Millennium Messenger, committing to support the ministry both in prayer and financially.

Millennium Messengers & Harvest Partners[edit]

Harvest Partners provide support for the Tribe of Judah in prayer and financially.[6]

Millennium Messengers are also committed to provide support through prayer and finances to the Tribe of Judah MM. Additionally, Millennium Messengers may attend some outreaches and biker events, displaying a single-piece Millennium Messengers patch to show their support for the Tribe of Judah. Becoming a Millennium Messenger is also the first step involved in becoming a full member of the Tribe of Judah.[7]

Neither Harvest Partners or Millennium Messengers are required to own or ride a motorcycle.

Patch[edit]

Members of the Tribe of Judah wear a 3-piece patch, similar to those worn by members of traditional outlaw motorcycle clubs. The ToJMM patch differs from motorcycle club patches in a number of ways:

  1. The Tribe of Judah wear an "MM" patch (which stands for Motorcycle Ministry) rather than the "MC" patch worn by members of an outlaw motorcycle club.
  2. The Tribe of Judah are non-territorial and do not wear territory rockers or bars. The bottom rocker of the back-patch (where MC members traditionally wear a territory rocker) instead states "Jesus is Lord".

The centre piece of the Tribe of Judah patch is the Christian cross.

Tribe of Judah MM prospects wear only the bottom rocker of the back-patch

Reception and Influence[edit]

The Tribe of Judah MM have been a part of the international motorcycle community for over three decades and are considered by some to be an accepted and respected part of this society.[8] The freedom they have to wear their patches publicly at large motorcycle events and rallies, often socialising amongst members of established outlaw motorcycle clubs and one-percenter groups, could be argued to be highly indicative of this fact. Conversely, some members report to have received aggressive responses from others in the motorcycle community,[3][4] perhaps indicating that this positive reception is not universal.

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tribe_of_Judah_Motorcycle_Ministries

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