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Faith Riders Prayer Rumble

On June 15th, 2024, the Jackson TN chapter of Faith Riders Hosted by Maleses Baptist Church blessed us with a visit. Faith Riders is a motorcycle ministry founded in 2002 to take up the cause of Christ and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ on and with their motorcycles to anyone who will listen. Now in 2024, there are over 350 chapters in 29 states. 

The Jackson Chapter was commissioned in April of this year and is excited to share about Jesus through their love of motorcycle riding. The group was out on its first annual prayer rumble. This event involves members riding around Madison and surrounding counties to stop and pray for various ministries and churches. Child Evangelism Fellowship® of Greater Jackson was one of their first stops. While at our office located at Poplar Heights Baptist Church, they prayed for our local Chapter of CEF® asking for God’s blessings as we attempt to gain more church partners in our area. Pastor Richard Bragg also joined us for this time of prayer and the group prayed for him and his congregation.  

Among the Faith Riders was Pastor Jerry Jeter who is connected to our sister chapter CEF Greater Clarksville. He shared his testimony about how their participation with CEF has helped their church grow and build strong relationships at Pleasant View Baptist Church in Clarksville.  

One of our local committee members, Mrs. Veronica Jones, also joined us. We have mentioned many times the power and importance of prayer. This is because repeatedly the scriptures teach us of its importance. Prayer is our lifeline to the Father. When we come together in prayer it strengthens us. We are to “Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstance; for it is the will of God in Christ Jesus for us” (1 Thessalonians 5:16-18)    

We will continue to welcome groups from the community to come and pray with and for us as our ministry grows. Please continue to pray with us that all we do will be according to His will as we bear witness to the Good News to the boys and girls of the Greater Jackson Area. 

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