2021 Up Coming Events

TIME TO MARK THOSE DATES DOWN
For Biker Sunday’s.
These are the dates so far that we have for 2021
This is so exciting to see events filling up the calender
More information to follow.
Sword Run May 8 Clarksburg,WV
Heaven Bound Hoosiers Bloomington, Indiana
May 22-23 Biker Sunday.
Central Missouri Biker weekend May 29-30
Shelburn, Indiana Biker Sunday June 4-6
OMAHA BIKER SUNDAY JUNE 11-13
ASR BLACK HILLS RAPID CITY, SD FELLOWSHIP  RIDE  JUNE 14-16
HOCKING HILLS, OHIO BIKER SUNDAY JUNE 26-27
Indiana Northern Chapter Biker Sunday July 16-18
Wooster, Ohio Biker Sunday July 30-Aug 1st.
MICHIGAN BIKER SUNDAY AUGUST 13-15
WARREN,OHIO BIKER SUNDAY AUGUST 27-29
West Virginia Biker Sunday September 18-19
UPCI General Conference Indianapolis, Indiana October 5-8
ASR National Rally  October 14-16 Bossier City, Louisiana
Michael Theodore
National Public Relations Coordinator

Black Hills Retreat

Time to start making plans for the ASR Black Hills Retreat

June 15-17 2021 Leaving  after Omaha Biker Sunday on the 14th

Host Hotel will be Hampton Inn Rapid City

1720 Rapp St Rapid City, SD

844-306-0388

 

2021 National Rally Hotel Information

 We have some great  information that we are excited to get out to our members. Ronald Thwing Ronald has secured a contract with Comfort Inn & Suites in Bossier City. It is only 5 miles from the church and it is a straight shot using I-220 bypass to the church. There are 40 blocked rooms in a 83 room hotel with a promise that more rooms could be made available if demand is great. The block is for Thursday and Friday night October 14-15, 2021. Those wanting to extend their stay (or come early) will get the same offer as the block if they use Azusa StreetRiders name.  The usual rate per night at this property is $121.00 a night. Our rate is $82.00 per night. BrotherThwing  fought for this rate because of the budgets of some not willing to pay the higher amounts. The goal is to price rooms so everyone can stay at the same hotel.  There aren’t many hotels at this rate in Shreveport-Bossier City unless you want a budget no-frills room.
They do have a breakfast (Covid limited for now) but expected to be a full hot b-fast by next year.

 

The blocked  rooms at the Comfort Suites Bossier City – Shreveport East, Bossier City, LA. Please note rooms need to be booked by the cutoff date of Sunday, Jan 31, 2021 or they’ll be released to the general public. Reserve your room online or call the hotel directly. *See below for terms. ASR 
room rate is $82.00 a night.

Below is the information you need to make your reservation. 

Group Name: AZUSA STREETRIDERS
Group Code: MM87X3
Check In: Thursday, Oct 14, 2021 (3:00 PM)
Check Out: Saturday, Oct 16, 2021 (11:00 AM)
Cutoff Date: Sunday, Jan 31, 2021
Group Billing Options: Guest is responsible for all charges.

You Can Reserve Your Room Now!

Comfort Suites Bossier City – Shreveport East
7950 East Texas Street,
Bossier City, LA, US, 71111
+1 (318) 742-3444

https://www.choicehotels.com/reservations/groups/mm87x3?checkInDate=2021-10-14&checkOutDate=2021-10-16&ratePlanCode=BOLRLU&source=EMCHGGI&appl_group=EMCHGGI
If you need more information you can contact Brother Ronald Thwing at 318-286-5027 or 318-742-5949

Omaha Chapter ASR Booth.

Omaha Chapter sets up first conference ASR Booth.

This is Bill Johnson and myself, David Showalter, at the Nebraska E-3 Conference. We received permission from the pastor and district superintendent to set up a Azusa StreetRiders table and to park Bro Johnson’s Harley beside the display. There has been interest and four applications for membership have been handed out. Bro Johnson has done a wonderful job setting it up and manning it, while I have been involved in other areas of the conference. It is the first ASR display ever at any of our district meetings but certainly won’t be the last.

Thank You Brother Johnson and Brother Showalter for your love of this ministry.

Culture of Caring

The end of another year is upon us.  Time surely has a way of quickly passing. There is still so much work to be done-so many souls still to be reached.
I am thankful for the ASR ministry and the outlet it provides to reach those that we may have never even encountered in other settings.
so many different types of people- battered, broken, depressed, empty and totally abandoned. But no matter the case, they ALL have one thing in common- they need to know Jesus!   We are here to show them the love and compassion of Christ. People are searching for something, they are hungry in these perilous times we are living. We need to show them a love far more than they have ever felt. Only Jesus can fill their loneliness, emptiness, desperate need in their lives. Let our lights shine in this dark and gloomy world that they can see Jesus through our daily living. We may be the only bible that some ever see.
Let’s unite in prayer for the lost and hurting!
We also need to be in prayer for the upcoming election and our president.
The devil is on a rampage to destroy and we must bind every stronghold

Please join in prayer and fasting for the following needs:

MISSIONS
Rev. Mike and Rev. Julie McGhghy
Aimers to Costa Rica

RESTORATION
Prodigals

HEALING
Bro. Fred Bealle -complete healing in body
Bro. Doug Solomon-brain tumor
Baby Rosie Gilbert -still in ICU (parents ASR members in New Haven, CT)
Bro. Tom Thompson-complete healing in body.
Sis.  Lydia Diaz-complete healing in body.
Bro. Delbert Hayes-chemo treatment

Chaplain Carman Hamby

 

Motorcycle for Missionary Funds Hard At Work

If you can remember the Azusa StreetRiders raised $7,500.00 in out Missionary service Thursday night for Brother Scotty Grihm at our Annual Conference in Nashville, IN. I feel this is a great example of how Jesus takes the little that we give and multiplies it for his kingdom.
Here is an update from the field:

We bought it new for $1,175 and gave him n additional $100.The third bike we purchased went to Pastor Abraham our Regional Leader of the Kaikaluru region of Southern India.

Pastor Abraham coordinates all our conferences and events. He hosts our weekly online Bible School class in Kaikaluru, and he is a great support and encouragement to all our Pastors there. He has converted many trinitarian Pastors there who are now with us.

 

This 250 cc is a 2019 in like new condition, and we were able to get it for $1,150.

 

We also bought 2 motorcycles for East Africa that we gave out last in Kenya. (The last one was given at our monthly Pastors meeting today!)
These motorcycles are brand new 100cc TVC’. This is a very popular brand in Kenya.
The first one went to Bishop Rajab Watita. He was a muslim imam. I baptised him last fall. He is our Bishop in the Bungoma region of Western Kenya. He is doing a great work and has baptized several Pastors in Jesus name. I am working very closely with him. He is holding weekly Ministers conferences
and the motorcycle will be a tremendous blessing to him!
The 5th motorcycle was gifted to our Regional Leader Pastor Robert Barasa. He Pastors in Funyula, Kenya. We were able to build a new Church there last year. I don’t have pics yet, but they sent me this video of the dedication and presentation of the bike to Pastor Barasa! Hope you enjoy it

Welcome New Members in Octomer

Pastor Chad Akers
Shelburn, IN
Well of Life Pentecostal Church – Shelburn, IN
Pastor Chad Akers

Sis Jody Akers
Shelburn, IN
Well of Life Pentecostal Church – Shelburn, IN
Pastor Chad Akers

Bro Delbert Hayes & Sis Tina Hayes
Pinch, WV
Clendenin Pentecostal Church – Clendenin, WV
Pastor F.L. Walker

Pastor Bill Monk & Sis Chere’ Monk
Dunbar, WV
Clendenin Pentecostal Church – Clendenin, WV
Pastor Bill Monk

Sis Christina Scott (Wife of Bro David Scott)
Jefferson City, MO
Landmark Church – Jefferson City, MO
Pastor Scott Breedlove

 

 

BIND THE STRONG MAN – 2021

It is with great anticipation that we look toward BTSM 2021! This annual event was birthed out of compassion and faith, and has been a mainstay event throughout the last several years for the ASR Ministry. Each year the focus of prayer and supplication, taking our needs before the Lord, and Binding the enemy of our soul and our communities has brought a tremendous amount of understanding within our ministry and beyond. Each year many have traveled great distances to participate, and each event has given great encouragement and strength. This coming year is no exception…and it is our desire to take BTSM to the next level!!

Mark your calendars and set March 5th and 6th aside and plan to participate in Bind The Strong Man 2021!!!

Much more information will be to come, but we have decided to make several changes…the first is that we will have, not only one location, but, five locations across the United States, and we are looking at locations internationally. All of these will be on the same dates with the same theme at each location. Our goal is to bring it close enough for everyone within ASR to participate….and, we do believe that it will impact your life in a great way.

Please set these dates aside and we will share more information in the upcoming months!!

3rd Annual Biker Weekend, Clendenin, WV

If you would ask several different people how to measure success, you would no doubt get several different answers. With each event, comes the desire for everything to go smoothly, everyone to have a good time, to enjoy riding, and have good fellowship and church. However, everything we deem important for success, dims in comparison to how God views it. This year, we had some great fellowship, some awesome riding, and good times. We had some breakdowns on our ride, and I began to be concerned with making sure everyone was having a good time. It was in that moment, God reminded me, it’s not about the ride, it’s about souls. To see a young lady give her heart to God during Biker Sunday service made everything fade in the distance, as we rejoiced with her. Sometimes we have to be reminded, although there is good times when we ride with our brothers and sisters, we do what we do for the harvest of souls. Looking forward to what God is going to do in this ministry!

I want to extend a heartfelt thank you to all the ASR members that went to the hospital Friday evening to pray for mom, the staff, the patients, and Bro Beall. God met with us there, and I am believing the report of the Lord!

I want to give special thanks and honor to Bro Randy Hennigan, for bringing an anointed Word from the Lord.

It was an honor to become a chapter during our Biker Weekend. I want to welcome our new members of the Appalachian Chapter.
Kathy Roat, Roger & Wanda White, Hubie & Andrea Harper, Delbert & Tina Hayes, Bill & Chere Monk

God Bless,
Jeremiah Hayes (Bullfrog)