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"I thank Christ Jesus our Lord, who has given me strength, that He considered me faithful, appointing me to His service. Even though I was once a blasphemer and persecutor and a violent man, I was shown mercy because I acted in ignorance and unbelief."

"But for that very reason I was shown mercy so that in me, the worst of sinners, Christ Jesus might display His unlimited patience as an example for those who would believe on Him and receive eternal life."

- 1 Timothy 1:12-13, 16 (NIV)

Chaplains Russ and Judy
Founders HonorBound Motorcycle Ministry

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“Addicted to drugs and alcohol, about to lose my marriage and my job, that’s how I came to Jesus,” states Chaplain Russ Cockrum.

“ An Assemblies of God pastor made me a cup of coffee and explained how things could be different. I had never heard of the Assemblies of God and knew nothing of Pentecost or the Holy Spirit. But, somehow, maybe just purely out of desperation, I sensed everything was about to change.”

A few days later Russ and his wife, Judy, accepted Christ as Lord and Savior. Soon they were filled with His Holy Spirit and called to ministry. Now, after 20 years pastoring two Assemblies of God congregations, Russ feels compelled to return to the harvest field as a missionary to America’s bikers.

Chaplain Russ remembers, “That Sunday night after I prayed to receive Jesus into my life, I also asked God to never let me forget from where I had come. I never have. Now it is time to go back and tell as many as I can that, ‘Jesus loves bikers, too.’”

As nationally appointed home missionaries, Chaplain Russ and Judy Cockrum minister to America's eight million bikers and motorcyclists. Traveling across the United States on two Harley Davidson motorcycles, they proclaim the good news of salvation, healing and deliverance through Jesus Christ.

Coffee cups imprinted with God’s plan of salvation, biker specific gospel tracts and Hope for the Highway New Testaments containing testimonies of former bikers, addicts, and prison inmates spread the message, “Jesus loves bikers, too.”