Secretary Departure

The ASR board would like to thank Bro Travaris Mallory for his service in the role of International Secretary. He did an outstanding job in that position. Bro Mallory has decided to step away from ASR, and we pray that God will anoint him in his endeavors to reach this lost world.

Secretary Announcement

The ASR Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Sis Julie McGhghy as secretary to fill the remaining term of office recently vacated.

After much prayer and consideration of Sis. McGhghy’s qualifications and love for ASR as demonstrated by her long-term membership (since 2010) and prior service, the Board was happy to offer her this position.

She is uniquely qualified to handle the responsibilities of Secretary due to her many years as a corporate attorney. She is dedicated to the Apostolic doctrine and is submitted to the authority of her pastor and the UPCI licensing authorities. She has actively loved the organization and its members by serving as National Ladies Chaplain and submitting many video and written teachings in the Rumblings.

Sis. McGhghy is married to Bro. Mike McGhghy. Together they have supported the annual Bind the Strongman and National Rallies when in town. In June 2019, after selling most of their possessions (including their 4 motorcycles) they moved to Costa Rica to serve as Associates in Missions, working alongside Bro. Luke and Sister Samantha Campbell. They returned to the United States in 2021 and now serve as Associated Ministers under the UPCI Global Missions Division and travel to teach faculty development seminars for Bible Schools throughout the world. Although they do not currently own motorcycles, they continue to love and support the ministry of the Azusa Streetriders.

Please join us in welcoming Sis. McGhghy to the ASR Board.

BTSM Jacksonville, TX

By: Bro Clarence Earp

Praise the Lord!
What a great bind the strongman we had in Jacksonville Texas. We had 3 motorcycle ministries attend and participate in our worship, the Word, and prayer.

There were healings both physical and spiritual.

We are so grateful to brother Micah Jones and the great saints of the Jacksonville church for their gracious hospitality. The ladies absolutely went overboard on food and refreshment.

ALL of the speakers did a marvelous job, and it seemed the vein of the preaching really just seemed to flow with one message just complimenting the previous. I never got an accurate count but I think their was about 40 to 50 in attendance and 12 to 14 ASR. We had 12 bikes on our ride and then we all went to a cookout in the country. Hot dog’s hot links s’mores and a campfire.

Some of the Hell Fighters M/M also showed up at the cookout.
We were also blessed to attend a fundraiser for a member of the Hell Fighters where we were able to pray for many and Brother Tate was asked to come back the following Sunday to give his testimony.

Praise Report

By Cynthie Zerbe

In August 2021, ASR got invited to have a Biker Weekend in Fremont, Michigan at Christian Life Center under Pastor Neal Tedford. Pastor Tedford asked us to go and pray for an individual that had left the church and backslid, and a girl that had been born with a brain disorder.

We went that Saturday and prayed with them on our outreach ride. The presence of God was powerful.  Now grant it, time has passed and we continued to pray for them and the church.

This past weekend our church Solid Rock Worship Center had a leadership seminar and the surrounding churches in our section were invited. A lady came and sat across from Brother Zerbe and I and starting talking to us. Her name is Mary and she said to us. I know you! We said, you do? She said, you came and prayed at my house. She recognized Brother Zerbe’s vest.

I about started crying because we only met her that one time, and I didn’t recognize her until she said something. We visited and talked and she invited us over to a daughter church of Fremont Church that is starting up in Hesperia, Michigan. We went and got to see Emily, and they are both are now faithfully going to church and doing the work of the Lord.

Glory To God In The Highest!

Dues Deadline

Cynthie Zerbe

Just a heads up, the deadline for dues is this month April 30. If you haven’t paid please do so. This help support ASR.

Registration has started for our 2024 National Rally in Omaha,  Nebraska. I’m looking forward to this.  Please check out the event page and register.

Your International Treasurer,
Sister Cynthie Zerbe

Bind The Strong Man 2025

Every event takes time to plan in all areas. What will be done, where will we go, what to we eat, do we ride or drive.  Every year planning doesn’t start until after the National Rally. Since this time of prayer is an important aspect of preparing for the riding season I have been asking myself Why? Why do we wait until last minute to plan for this important event of the season. Why do we only have four location? Why do we limit some areas for being too far to travel to attend. . I would like to change that moving forward. I would like to start the planning process by asking the question of who would like to host a location for a Bind the Strongman Event for 2025. My goal is to have 2025 Bind the Strong location set by the National Rally this year. If your chapter is interested in being a Host Location for the Bind The Strongman Prayer service 2025 please contact me so I can generate a list of potential location. My thought is that with more time to plan we can make 2025 Bind The Strongman with multiple locations and the biggest turn out in the history of the event. Please contact me by any of the following means to let me know if you would like to be a host location.


Scott E. Culver

International Chaplain


2024 Event Schedule


May 3-5
Biker Rally

May 18
Blessing of the Bikes
Toledo, Ohio

May 25
Heaven Bound Hoosiers Poker Run for Missionaries
Bloomington, Indiana

June 15
Life Gate Motorcycle 4 Missionaries Run
Madison, Alabama

June 21-23
Pentecostal Temple Biker Sunday
Midland, Michigan

June 28-30
Heaven Bound Hoosiers Biker Weekend
Bloomington, Indiana

July 12-14
Northern Indiana Biker Weekend
Location Northwest Indiana

August 1-3
ASR National Rally
Omaha, Nebraska

August 4-10
Black Hills Ministry Tour
South Dakota

August 9-10
Heaven Bound Hoosiers Overnight Ride
Bloomington, Indiana

August 17-18
WAPC Biker Weekend
Wooster, Ohio

August 17
2nd Annual Bike Night
Sanctuary of Sikeston, MO

August 30 – September 1
Muskingum Chapter Biker Weekend
Zanesville, Ohio

August 31- September 1
7th Annual Biker Weekend
Sparta, Tennessee

September 13-15
7th Annual Biker Weekend
Clendenin, West Virginia

September 20-22
Motorcycles for Missions Biker Weekend
Toledo, Ohio

October 19
2nd Annual Floyd’s Backyard Run
Madison, Alabama

November 7-10
Lone Star Rally
Galveston, Texas

All events will be listed in the monthly rumblings newsletter and on the ASR website.
If you have an event planned, please create an event on the Facebook Group under the events tab, and also send the event information along with any flyers to

One For All & All For One

By Jeff Keck
International Vice President

A couple of weeks ago I woke up with a single word ensconced in my mind, Camaraderie. The idea of camaraderie is one of friendship and shared community. Scripture is replete with references of togetherness, oneness, and unity.

“Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity! It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down upon the beard, even Aaron’s beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments; as the dew of Hermon, and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the LORD commanded the blessing, even life for evermore” Psalm 133:1-3.

Azusa StreetRiders is in a unique position to bridge the gap between the Church and our post-modern society. Jesus gave His Church a mandate to go into all the world and make disciples of every nation and the meaning goes beyond ethnos and extends to culture as well.

However, the motorcycle sub-culture historically is suspicious of organized society and that includes the Church. Yet, those of us who have been delivered from this sub-culture know the power and hope of the preached Gospel of Jesus Christ. Our bikes along with our Apostolic distinctives are ministry tools that Jesus is using in these last days to reach into the darkened corners of no-man’s land and come away with treasure for Heaven.

We are the “segulah” that God has chosen to meet the challenge of this end-time generation, but one question still remains, “Who is going to reach them if we don’t?”

Paul was quite poignant with his references from Psalms and Isaiah, “For the scripture saith, Whosoever believeth on him shall not be ashamed. For there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek: for the same Lord over all is rich unto all that call upon him. For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved. How then shall they call on him in whom they have not believed? and how shall they believe in him of whom they have not heard? and how shall they hear without a preacher? And how shall they preach, except they be sent? as it is written, How beautiful are the feet of them that preach the gospel of peace, and bring glad tidings of good things” (Romans 10:11-15.)

But without unity and love for one another we are in no position to reach anyone. Jesus was very clear on this point. “A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another. By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another” (John 13:34-35.)

It is impossible for to fulfill our ultimate purpose of making disciples if we don’t first have love one to another. True love “agape” is the glue that keeps us together and functioning without schisms and disunity.

Paul expounded on the necessity of being fully gifted by the Holy Ghost, but he also said, “Agape never fails: but whether there be prophecies, they shall fail; whether there be tongues, they shall cease; whether there be knowledge, it shall vanish away” (1 Corinthians 13:8.)

Without love for one our entire enterprise will be void of fruitfulness as the barren fig tree. So, let’s all come together and endeavor to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace and Go and Make Disciples!

Collision Course

Let thine eyes look right on, and let thine eyelids look straight before thee. Ponder the path of thy feet, and let all thy ways be established.
Turn not to the right hand nor to the left: remove thy foot from evil.
Proverbs 4:25-27

Experienced motorcyclists will tell you that one of the most common reasons motorcycles crash is due to a phenomenon called “target fixation.” Loosely defined, target fixation is a behavior in which a person becomes so focused on a singular object that they tend to ride (or drive) straight into it. This occurs more commonly in motorcyclists because the steering on a motorcycle is much more attuned to the miniscule, sometimes-subconscious, movements of the rider. In other words, it’s easier for a motorcyclist to steer their vehicle toward an object than it is to do so while driving a car.

The same can go for our walk with God. As we navigate this life, we can inadvertently allow ourselves to become fixated on the cares of life, and become sidetracked from our path. 1 Peter 5:7-8, says, casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you. Be sober, be vigilant, because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour. The enemy is on the prowl, waiting for the seemingly inevitable collision when you lose your focus, and everything comes crashing down.

The good news? There’s a solution!
Just as target fixation on your motorcycle can be corrected, it can also be corrected in your spiritual walk, and the solution fits for both.


We must look no further than the Word of God for instruction and help.

  • Therefore, I will look unto the Lord, I will wait for the God of my salvation: my God will hear me. Micah 7:7
  • Looking unto Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith….. Hebrews 12:2
  • I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help. Psalms 12:1

As long as we keep our eyes on Jesus, we need not worry about where we’re headed. I would much rather be fixated on my Jesus, than anything this world can offer, or the enemy can distract with. What better collision course to be on than the one that guarantees that you are always headed toward Jesus?

We live in a world that has embraced the ideology of following your own desires and your own feelings, and there are voices all around saying go this way, or go that way.

I choose God’s way.
I choose to look unto God.
I choose to fixate upon Jesus, so that my path will always be on a collision course with Him.

Jeremiah Hayes
International President
Azusa Streetriders International






Riding Season

By Cynthie Zerbe

Ecclesiastes 3:1  To Every Thing There is A Season, And A Time To Every Purpose Under The Heaven.

I think of what God is saying in this verse.
Really read this verse and let it sink in.

Riding Season is Here and The Purpose We Ride.
I love knowing that God instituted a season. We have a purpose orchestrated by God. What a great privilege in knowing this and to share the Goodness Of God by riding. I’m so looking forward to the 2024 riding season and seeing new souls added to His Kingdom.

Cynthie Zerbe
International Treasurer
Azusa StreetRiders International