In that meeting, it was agreed to officially form the Biker Club.
Two names were suggested: Adventist Motorcycle Association (AMA) and Adventist Motorcycle Ministry (AMM). It was agreed that it would be a ministry and not a club–not only involving riding, but also a ministry to raise awareness of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and win souls for the kingdom of heaven. After two years, AMM went through its first test and more than half of the members lost interest, but what the Lord has set is not be dissolved and the remaining members kept at it.
This collection consists of 25 photographs of various members of the Allen and Johnson Families, and a few images taken in South America by various family members while serving in a mission capacity.
‘Ministry’ places emphasis on sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ with others so they can come to know Him and receive Him as personal Savior, go on to experience Him as Lord of their life, and go even further to know Christ as the essence of their Life (see John , Colossians 2:6-7, Galatians .)Through the empowerment of the Holy Spirit, we aspire to follow Christ’s example by mingling with the unreached motorcycle culture of every nation, tongue, tribe and people, ministering to their individual needs, and introducing them to Jesus Christ enabling them to find the only source of true love and peace with Him as their personal Savior (Isaiah 26:3, Romans 5:1) and to be ready for His soon return (Revelation 14:6-12 Should you wish to get more information about the Mossel Bay chapter, please contact Andre Botma on 0 or email him on [email protected]
We look forward to hearing from everyone interested in spreading the Gospel with AMM.
Then at the beginning of 2008, during a Couples Retreat in Camp Kulagua, Florida, Domínguez had an opportunity to speak to Pastor Orlando López. Domínguez shared his plan to form a club of Adventist motorcyclists.
Pastor López immediately liked the idea and spoke with Pastors Rolando de los Ríos, Idalberto Torres, and Juan García.
Our name reflects our passionate conviction in the nearness of the soon return (‘advent’) of Jesus.
‘Motorcycle’ refers to the way and method in which we go about in giving the biblical message of hope.