Warrior for Christ
Jerry Peters, doesn't let disability interfere with his God-given mission to help others.
Living the Miracle
Chaplain Durell Tuberville is "Living the Miracle" by working full time, long after doctors predicted cancer would kill him.
Still Fighting Racism
In her younger days, Assemblies of God chaplain, pastor, and church planter Wanda R. Carter presumed that racists would die off when the older generation passed from the scene.
“I’ve come to see funerals won’t do it,” says the now-retired Carter, 73. “Others rise up and take their place.”
Chaplain to the Chaplains
Russ Cockrum becomes the first representative to AG missionaries raising their own support.
2013 Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens Billy Bajema
as he talks about Missionary Sports Chaplains John and Sharon Williamson
The First Testament?
“Chaplain Fred, I need to talk to you” she said as she called me over. She was sitting at a picnic table, drinking a Coke on a patio, just steps away from the walk-up bar at the hardcore motorcycle club compound, that I was visiting.
Testimony from Virginia Tech
Five Years Later
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made
A child born
prematurely during the Eisenhower era at just 2.5 pounds had precious little
chance of surviving. Mike Cook came into the world in 1957 severely underweight
and with a host of medical complications. Doctors told his parents not to
expect him to live for more than a few days.
Reaching bikers for Christ
Biker Chaplain Scott Bush
Homes for Haiti
Christ In Action's plan to build homes in Haiti
Cowboy Church set to become must see TV for millions of viewers
Millions of rural area residents now have an opportunity to attend church twice a week from the comfort of their own homes. In September, Rural Free Delivery Television began broadcasting Cowboy Church twice a week.
Volunteers sought for children's outreach
One of the biggest motorcycle rallies in the country is being targeted for children's evangelism.
Chaplains Claim World Championship, Reach Cowboys for Christ
Cutting cows from a herd is tricky. If a cowboy isn't quiet enough or if his horse startles one of the cows the entire herd might bolt. To successfully cut a cow from its herd a cowboy must have lightning quick reflexes, a steady hand and most importantly a good horse.
Biker Builds Bridges in Prisons
Many years ago a young pilot and his wife obeyed God's call to minister along the Arctic coast. Rick and Carol Rigenhagen became missionaries and began to dip their plane into and out of hunting and fishing camps in Alaska. Bringing out their Bibles, bass guitar
Bike Blessing the Gospel On Wheels
Sunday, April 28, was cold. It was cold enough for a semi-heavy jacket for the spectators while they watched motorcyclists ride to First Assembly of God in Excelsior Springs, Missouri. Luckily the riders, who were prepared for the cold in their heavy leather chaps and jackets,
A Biker's Life: six days in Sturgis
Rows of choppers, cruisers and custom motorcycles line the streets in downtown Sturgis, S.D. The near-deafening rumble of these motorized works of art reverberates as hundreds of riders cruise by on display. The sidewalks are no
Chaplain's Toughest Assignment
Ministering in the fast lane
The grandstands at Dover Downs International Speedway in Delaware are packed with nearly 145,000 anxious fans waiting for the MBNA 400 NASCAR race to begin. Minutes before the green flag drops and the 36 competitors maneuver into the starting grid, Dan Schafer, pastor of Calvary A/G in Hightstown
Dirt floors and horses: Welcome to Cowboy Church
Weaver planned to be a professional calf roper, but at age 16 he felt the Lord calling him to ministry. Weaver resisted, telling God he would make a fine deacon, but full-time preaching really didn’t appeal to him. However, he promised
Chaplain’s value becomes evident in workplace
During his 35 years as an employee at the Ford Motor Company plant in Lima, Ohio, G. Michael Collingsworth served all lay leadership positions in his local congregation — except Women’s Ministries president.