Proverbs 16:9 AMP
A man’s mind plans his way as he journeys through life, but the Lord directs his steps and establishes them.

No doubt we’ve all been there at some point. That vacation trip to the beach, a trip into the mountains, or with Theo at Rolling Thunder in DC, when the navigation comes on with that timeless message,…. recalculating. One such memory in my mind is after a Saturday ride at a Biker Weekend, I was voted to lead our group back to the hotel to freshen up for the evening events. I pulled up Google Maps, plugged in the address of the hotel, and off we went. It was a beautiful afternoon, and the scenery was awesome. Slowly, the gentle, twisting roads gave way to one lane roads. The one lane roads then gave way to gravel, country roads. Soon we were passing farmers on tractors, who gave us some strange looks as the procession of motorcycles passed by. Eventually, we came to an intersection, another paved road, and finally our hotel. In that moment in time, I planned my way, but Google Maps directed my steps. In this life, we are guilty at times of planning our every step, to the point that we leave no room for guidance. We plan our every move, dot every i, cross every T, and leave no availability for God to say, no my child, it won’t be the fastest route today, but I am adding some stops along the way. Sometimes we have to come to a point, where we say, God, if you want to recalculate my life, I am Yours. If You want to make some adjustments to the way I’m walking, then have Your way in me. If You want to put me on a different path than the one I’m walking, lead me to that Rock that’s higher than I! How many times have we resisted the turning of the Spirit in our walk with God, and that still small voice in our ear, recalculating, recalculating, recalculating? If we look to the Word, we find evidence that sometimes God wants to take us somewhere, but use the scenic route to get there. The children of Israel made it out of Egypt, but they had to cross the Red Sea. Joseph made it to the palace, but there was a pit and a prison along the way. Daniel was made to prosper in the kingdom of Darius, but there was a layover in the lions den. Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego were promoted in the kingdom, but there was a fiery trial they had to endure first. I don’t pretend to know every detail of God’s plan, but I do know He has a plan for each and every one of you. He knows the end from the beginning. He has a purpose and a calling on your life, and just because the detour seems to be a setback, it may be just what God has ordained to get you to where you need to be. Let’s put our feet on the highway pegs, unmute the still small voice, and see where God takes this ministry.
Ephesians 4:1-4 KJV I therefore, the prisoner of the Lord, beseech you that ye walk worthy of the vocation wherewith ye are called. with all lowliness and meekness, with longsuffering, forbearing one another in love; endeavoring to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace. There is one body, and one Spirit, even as ye are called in one hope of your calling.

Jeremiah Hayes
Vice President
Azusa Streetriders International

Last Event Of The Season

Last Event Of The Season
October 23
NELA Biker Sunday
Delhi, Louisiana
It’s time to start thinking about next year’s event season.  If you’re planning on having an event please list it on both our Facebook group pages in the event section. Just click on create event and follow the three easy steps. If you don’t do this and only post on your public home Facebook page or as a thread a post on the ASR group pages it will just get scrolled over and moved down when someone else post a thread. By posting it in the event section creating the event it cannot be scrolled over by another post.
All events will be listed in the monthly rumblings newsletter. And also the national website.
National Public Relations Coordinator

Welcome New Members for September 2022

I also want to thank all our ASR State coordinators for the great job that they’re doing in facilitating these new members we appreciate your hard work

Bro Phillip & Sis Natasha Farley
Rushville, IN
Pastor Darryl Cooper
Family Worship Center

Bro Mark Gerwig
Bloomington, IN
Pastor Mickey Smith
Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ

Bro Joshua & Brandy Mose
Hobart, IN
Pastor Jonathan Barley
First Church

Bro Colton & Sis Macy George
Valparaiso, IN
Pastor David Stovall
The Rock Church

Bro Paul & Sis Rebecca Pullen
Crown Point, IN
The Rock Church
Pastor David Stovell

Bro Joshua & Sis Dubran Stinson
Doyline, LA
Pastor Ryan Dean

Rev Sonya Lewis
Fredericktown , MO
Pastor Joseph Stevens
New Hope Apostolic Ministries

Bro Booker Ramsey
Toledo, OH
Pastor Kris Dillingham
First Apostolic Church

Welcome New Members

Let’s take a moment and WELCOME all our newest members to the Azusa StreetRiders Motorcycle Ministry.

Correction from August’s Posting

Bro Mario Roguski
Lowell, IN
Apostolics of Lowell
Pastor Lawrence Simnick

Bro William & Sis Ruth Gill
Birimfield. OH
First Apostolic Church of Tallmadge
Pastor Kenneth Bulgrin

Thank You for your Service

I want to take just a moment and thank Pastor Randy Hennigan from Price, Texas and Brother Tom Thompson from New Straitsville Ohio for many  years of service to this ministry. Most people don’t know what it takes to be on this board there are times where we fight like brothers and sisters do and there are other times where all we can do is  cry and hug each others neck. The board is like a family probably like many of your families but at the end of the day we all know who we serve and why we do what we do. For His Glory not ours so again to the both of you Thank You for your sacrifice, time and money that you put towards this ministry, only time will tell on the other side of glory as to what effect all of this will be to the kingdom of God.

Keep The Faith, Stay the Course !


National Road Captain – Applications Now Being Accepted

The Azusa StreetRiders Board is now accepting applications for our National Road Captain. This is an assigned position for a period of at least one year to be renewed or changed next year at our National Rally in Maryville, TN.

Please email your application along with why you feel your the right person for the job to We would hope to have an announcement by October 1st.

Also included for the first time is an outline of what the board is looking for in a Road Caption. This is ONLY an outline so if there are items on this list that you do not feel qualified for please do not be discouraged and send the application anyway.  We only wish to express that going forward these positions assigned by the Board should require some kind of a qualification process.


The following is a “suggested” list of requirements for the National Road Captain and Chapter Road Captain to consider when applying.

> Valid driver’s license with motorcycle endorsement (If Required within your State).

> Valid motorcycle insurance for the motorcycle you participate with.

> A member of the ASR Ministry for a least 1 year

> Complete a MSF sponsored Advanced Riders Safety Course within one year.

> Complete a Basic First Aid Course within one year. (American Red Cross Preferred)

> Road Captain will operate their motorcycle in a safe manner

> If you observe a ride participant with a motorcycle or is operating a motorcycle that could present a safety hazard to the rider or any ride participant, you will direct that individual to correct his/her equipment and/or behavior immediately.

> Do not challenge the rider of a motorcycle by  yourself; try to contact the an officer of that Chapter or member. If they are not available at least get another rider to help you. They are your witnesses.

> Treat all ride participants with the same respect that you would expect to be treated.


ROAD CAPTAIN REQUIREMENTS The following is a list of requirements that all Road Captains are expected to accomplish throughout the calendar year in order to maintain their status as either as the National Road Captain or Chapter Road Captain for the ASR Ministry.

> Attend in at least 2 or more Chapter rides.

> Attend at least 1/2 of all Road Captain Meetings.

> Attend at least 1/2 of all your local Chapter Meetings.

> Assist in at least 25% of an advertised Pre-rides.

> Assist in at least 50% of Chapter rides requiring a Road Captain support.

> Although it is not mandatory, it is strongly encouraged that RC’s mentor/assist the local chapter Road Captain on the rides that require RC support. The intent is to assure that National Road Captain and local Chapter Road Captains have an opportunity to learn good group riding skills.

> Report to local chapter President or presiding board member at each event, at the appointed time.

> Go to your assignment which could include any of the following and possibly some not listed. 1.) Help with set-up of things.

2.) Crowd control.

3.) Traffic control.

4.) Watch for safety issues, both on motorcycles and participants.

5.) Help insure that participants have an enjoyable and positive event

6.) Any other request from the chapter / event coordinator or president to promote a good event

> Stay at your assignment until you are replaced or released from the assignment.






Thank you ASR

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for having me on the board the last 4 years. It has been a great experience with lot of eye-opening experiences along the way. Each of the 3 board members I served with has made me a better wiser person in their own way and I love and appreciate each one of you. I wrote and read a few thoughts at the rally but thought I would share with you all. I guess you could say my vision of ASR.

The Apostolic church is thee Acts 2:38 Oneness Holy Ghost church and it is not a denomination so to say. If Azusa Street riders are going to be unified and reach the lost we must not try to operate as a denomination but as a extension of our home church serving under our home pastor living a Godly life as we are taught by our home pastor. Azusa street riders is a Motorcycle Ministry to reach the lost, we are not here to sanctify saints and put holiness rule on our members, that is what our home church and pastor is for. Let’s be motorcycle ministers reaching the lost and bring them to the local church they are close to and let the pastor take over. Let’s continue to furnish motorcycles to missionaries and not try to pastor our fellow members. Last but not least we must let all bikers know they have a friend in Azusa street riders! Friend them to win them!
Thank you
Tom Thompson

National Rally Has Come And Gone

Well this years National Rally has come and gone. Another successful National Rally. We had four confirmed healings. And two people receive the Holy Ghost Praise God! Thank you all who attended you all helped in making a awesome rally. Looking forward to next year’s.
Michael Theodore
Public Relations Coordinator


Azusa StreetRiders  Fall Pilgrimage In Myrtle Beach SC
Friday September 30th to October 2nd
There Is a Mexican dinner Friday night at 6:00 PM at Christian Life Center of Myrtle Beach (124 April Gray Lane, Myrtle Beach, SC), $10 per person. This will be the “Meet-N-Greet.”
Saturday morning at 7:30 AM, we will go to Spring Garden Restaurant (1702 S Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577) a local breakfast restaurant.
At 9 AM Saturday after breakfast, we will go back to the church for the video session. Afterwards, since fall bike week will be in progress, we can go out to the vendor locations and other places and pass out flyers inviting people to the Biker Sunday the next day.
Sunday morning, everything starts at 10:30 AM at Christian Life Center).
 Host Hotel is the Landmark Resort
1501 S Ocean Blvd
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
For more information contact Fred Beall @
843-450-6200 or Mike Markham@
(334) 201-9536

Up Coming Events

Events coming up.
September 3
Toledo Ohio Chapter River Run
September 9-11
Appalachian Chapter Biker Weekend
Clendenin,West Virginia
September 24-25
Sparta, Tennessee
Biker Weekend
September 30- October 2
Myrtle Beach Fall Pilgrimage with round table discussions with founder Fred Beall.
October 23
NELA Biker Sunday
Delhi, Louisiana
All events will be listed in the monthly rumblings newsletter. And also the national website.
Michael Theodore
Public Relations Coordinator