A Word From Our Chapter Presidents

Greetings from the Sikeston, MO chapter of Azusa StreetRiders:

Just wanted to update everyone about the August 29th event we co-hosted with Pure Freedom Motorcycle Ministries. It was a awesome day! We had approximately 45 bikes and 100 guests attend. We had a ride in the morning, a “blessing of the bikes,” games in the afternoon and a band from Cape Rock-N-Roll Church played music. Lots of venders, free food and tons of prizes were given out. Thanks to the many local business for sponsorship and donating prizes.

The evening concluded with a testimony and the preached Word from Reverend Elliot of Illinois, a founding member and formerly of Satan’s Choice M/C of Canada. He is now an Apostolic minister.

We want to thank Pure Freedom Motorcycle Ministries, Bro. David Cobb (ASR Missouri coordinator), and the members of MOKAN Azusa StreetRiders for helping us represent Azusa StreetRiders and our churches well in our community. Special thanks to all members of Christian Tabernacle and Sikeston First Assembly for the countless hours that went into preparation for this event. Plans are under way to make it even bigger and better next year. God bless…

Ken Vaughn 


Sikeston Chapter of Azusa StreetRiders

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Rev. Jim Curley holds a General License with the UPCI. He previously served as the National Vice President for The Azusa StreetRiders Motorcycle Ministry. Brother Curley and his wife Liz have a very successful Jail Ministry at the Boyd County Jail in Catlettsburg Kentucky and as a result have baptized over 350 people in the Name of Jesus. Brother Curley has a strong passion for the Jewish roots of Christianity. He attended JRI (Jewish Roots Institute) in Kansas City. He is currently working on arrangements for his second study trip to Israel. Brother Curley was born in Topeka Kansas but now lives in the Ironton Ohio/Ashland Kentucky area.

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