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Thank you for doing such a great job with the HeartBeat magazine. I love to read it every month. Daniel T. Gromko Port Saint Lucie, FL
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A Note from the Editor
Freedom Isn’t Free
n Independence Day it is important to remember that our freedom isn’t free. We are to be ever thankful, first and fore‐ most, for Jesus Christ because He paid the ultimate price and laid down his Misty Bradley life for each of us. Second, we need to remember and pay respect to the men and women who have and who are fighting for our American freedoms. We would like to say a special thank you to some of the National/International Support Center staff members and staff mem‐ ber’s family members who have served our country. CMA National Staff John Ogden Sr. Chet Upp Kerry Gibson Rick Steffy Roger Wilson Brian Betts Mike Herman Tim Weddle Staff Member’s Family Homer Davis Carl Feil Steven Golden George Hall George Hamilton Neal Hart LV McIntyre Jeff Morris
Thank you for all your teachings. I am truly blessed to receive devo‐ tions and newsletters from CMA! I love to read them and eagerly wait for each Monday as new devotional email comes with challenges to make me a true and a fruitful follow‐ er of Christ Jesus. God bless you brother. Rainbow Mike Uganda, Africa
“There is no greater love than to lay down one’s life for one’s friends” (John 15:13, NLT).
Attention chapters! Do you have a photo of your chapter working an event, or grouped together on a ride? The HeartBeat Team would like your photo submissions! Please e-mail or mail your high resolution photo along with your chapter name, number, and location, and include 2-3 sentences telling where you were and what you were doing. Please e-mail submissions to email@example.com, or mail to CMA HeartBeat, PO Box 9, Hatfield, AR 71945.
Edward T. Murray Andrea K. Parmenter Daniel R. Parmenter Paul A. Parmenter Wm. David Parmenter Bob Proffer Darren Reinhart Philip Rose
From the Director’s Heart
By JOHN Ogden Sr.
hank you for allowing God to use you in the ministry of CMA. I am very excited about what I see the Holy Spirit doing through you. I want to share a few things that are happening within the ministry.
what they needed for the situations they were facing. One woman that attended was invit‐ ed on the spur of the moment and chose to attend. What she did not know was that God had already pre‐ pared a place for her there and had We are continuing to receive put people into numerous testimonies of God’s mirac‐ action creating a ulous power at work in the lives of unique gift meant those who need Him. At a recent state only for her. God Seasons of Refreshing event, members highlighted this prayed for a man suffering with woman during the prayer and stroke level blood pressure issues. He this gift was given to her – which was taking 12 directly spoke blood pressure into an area of her pills each day heart where she without any was asking God effect; his whole for help. Another life was on hold young woman, as he struggled who had been with this illness. struggling with After CMA mem‐ her identity in bers prayed, the God and pushed man began to feel to the brink of better, touched wanting to give John and Becky Ogden, John is the CMA CEO/Chairman of the Board of Directors. by the power of up, was reener‐ God. Verified by gized and encour‐ his physicians, he is now at normal aged about what God is doing in her levels, feeling healthy and only on a and found the strength to keep small dosage of medication. God is marching forward. After the event, faithful to His promise that CMA will she continued to hear from friends see the powerful move of His Spirit she had met at the con‐ through miracles and effective evan‐ ference who spoke life gelism. Through March of this year, into her and helped her CMA members have directly impacted to maintain her resolve the lives of 3,341 people by praying to follow God. This is a the prayer of salvation with them. snapshot of what God is We also hosted a National doing through the Women’s Conference in Plano, Texas women of CMA across this year. This event brought in nearly this nation. You are 300 women from around the nation to vitally important to collectively seek God and learn how to what God is doing in trust Him more in their daily lives. We this ministry. Thank have had many testimonies from you for allowing the these women on how this was exactly
Holy Spirit to use you. I appreciate you very much. In March of this year, I was privileged to lead a mission trip to Peru to view the work that CMA is doing there. At an orphan‐ age there, we have directly impacted the life and future of one little boy abandoned there to die because of a cleft palate and lip. Through your faith‐ fulness, CMA made an investment in this orphanage that is caring for him and his life has been forever changed. We also visited a remote village in the Amazon Basin where a boat motor has been donated to further the Gospel of Jesus. Through the use of this boat motor, the native pastors are going into places in the jungle where the Gospel has never been preached before. To date, 70 motorcycles, 53 bicycles, and
The Roads in Life
By RANDAL Tebeau
he other day while traveling you need a warning sign on a 70 mph along on the interstate I saw a interstate to let you know about an sign that caused me to chuckle. upcoming curve? Then my analytical Before I share what was on the sign I’ll side asked why an interstate would be give a little background information. laid out with a big sharp curve in the Here in the Southeast Region we have middle of nowhere. With nothing else all types of roads and terrain and this in site wouldn’t it have been just as diversity blesses us with opportuni‐ easy to design a road that was a little ties to be involved less dangerous to in all aspects of begin with? As I motorcycling. pondered this fur‐ Someone once ther (isn’t it amazdescribed it this ing the things you way, “we have think about when dirt, mud, trails traveling?) , I and pavement could imagine an where you can go engineer some‐ from a road with where say, “Oops, 318 curves in 11 I thought the road miles to a road was supposed to Randal and Lisa Tebeau oversee the Southeast Region as National Evangelist. that has only 1 go to this city, curve in 318 well we can put a miles.” We have the mountains where curve here and it will get us headed in Deals Gap is just one of many exciting the right direction.” Then again, and curvy roads to the flat lands maybe it was designed with this curve whose roads seem to run in a straight just to put a smile on some biker’s face line forever without any curves in that had been looking for a curve for sight. This last thought is why this the last 150 miles! Regardless of the road sign really got my attention. reason for the curve, the sign was The sign was huge with big flashing there to warn drivers of the impend‐ warning lights and written on the sign ing danger ahead. Quite likely the sign was “Warning, curve ahead, slow to would stir some drivers out of the 45 MPH!” My first thought was, really, mind numbing “driving coma” that
seems to affect many people today with the end result being to keep everyone moving along safely and accident free. Traveling through life can be a lot like the roads we encounter as we travel along the highways and byways. There will be exciting and adrenaline pumping times as you push through the curves with all you have. Without a doubt there will be new adventures waiting around the next bend or over the hill as you trav‐ el territory off the familiar path. At times there will be those less exciting stretches which can provide time to refresh and recharge and give you a little time to catch your breath. Even so, you still must be careful during those long and lonely stretches which will easily lure you into complacency or depression. Of course, there is the possibility of that unexpected curve which the enemy places in front of us designed solely to create chaos in our life and throw us off course. For sure, there are many roads of life on which we will travel at various times. You and I need to understand that God has a great and exhilarating plan for each of us, if we are up to it! The best place for you to be is plugged into God’s road map for your life! Stay on
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15 boats have been given in Peru to further the Gospel. In April of this year, Becky and I traveled to Croatia for a CMA European Leadership Conference. We saw leaders from across Europe come together for the purpose of minister‐ ing to bikers in their countries. This conference was the most spiritually powerful meeting of CMA leaders I have attended in this part of the world. The men and women reached a new level in unity and purpose
through the leading and power of the Holy Spirit. We had the opportunity to share the nuts and bolts of ministering to bikers, join in praise and worship, min‐ ister in the Word, and pray for specific needs. Currently CMA is in 18 European nations. You are truly changing the world, one heart at a time. CMA
By TIM Weddle
f you have been around CMA any natured teasing and we have all come assignment to speak at as many ral‐ lies as he possibly could in the State length of time you have undoubt‐ to love him through the years. Curtis catches a lot of flak for being mischie‐ of Texas. So great was their commit‐ edly read his story (HB July 2011) vous, but behind that quick smile and ment to the Gospel, this couple man‐ or heard it at a rally before, probably infectious laugh he really is innocent! aged to work full time and still show even several times over the years. Once, years ago when I outed him in up with Miss Carole singing and Despite his dying mother’s miraculous the middle of a prison yard as a Curtis speaking at over 40 weekend healing in answer to a desperate Dallas Police Officer, I thought I might events annually for the next ten prayer at age 12 and his life being have over stepped my bounds. He years. spared countless times from car acci‐ told them he once wanted nothing During this time he retired from dents, a train wreck, and finally a hor‐ but to slap cuffs on the city of Dallas rific motorcycle crash that left him at them, lock them up and opened a jewel‐ death’s door, Curtis Clements ended and throw away the ry store with a up running as far from God as he could key. Curtis related grand plan to manu‐ get. Lying in the hospital for three to them how God facture custom months, busted, broken, and helpless, had taken the anger motorcycle jewelry he recognized his need for a Savior and prejudice from and make a fortune. and in genuine repentance turned it him and made him a With nothing like it all over to God. God restored his body, new man. As his out there at the eventually allowed him to ride again true heart shone time how could he Curtis Clements, early years and gave him a burning desire to seek through, I heard his go wrong? With the lost in the highways and byways voice break and saw the tears come high hopes he put an ad in a national through the ministry of the Christian to his eyes and as he told every last motorcycle magazine with over three Motorcyclists Association. During the inmate he genuinely loved them with hundred thousand household circula‐ last 35 years, solely through the the love of Christ. tion and guess what, he got only one power of the Holy Spirit, Curtis has A long‐time friend of single solitary order. This is impossi‐ shared his story coast to nearly forty years and ble he thought at the time, but soon coast and back again fellow police officer who after it all became clear when CMA affecting untold lives for rode with Curtis and first offered him a full‐time Staff the Kingdom. introduced him to CMA Evangelist position and Curtis knew it In light of Curtis recalls; “it was fun to was God who held the orders and Clement’s impending watch him give his testi‐ caused his jewelry business to dry up retirement from his well mony and see the favor because He had something more over three decades of God gave Curtis and important in mind for Curtis. He dedicated service to God Carole in those early days could shape molten metal into motor‐ through the ministry of with the bikers in Texas. cycle jewelry or he could have a hand CMA it seemed only fit‐ Curtis Clements, 2000 Over the years he’s been in seeing God shape lives. We are all ting to tell you the rest of a good friend and role model for me.” the better for his prayerful decision the story. The following are my per‐ Herb Shreve and Tom Pittman saw to come onboard and this staffer sonal observations interspersed with the Spirit working in Curtis also and sums it up nicely, “Curtis Clements actual quotes from various other staff soon put him to work as Lay answered the call, carried his cross, members where appropriate. Curtis, a Evangelist, charging him with the and gathered a harvest for God's humble man, is always up for a good
glory. He is an amazing example of faithfulness, grace, wisdom and humor!” Curtis has other talents besides those of evangelist that have been useful to CMA. As a former motor offi‐ cer and 21 year veteran of the Dallas PD, he was trained in martial arts and mind control and through the years seemed to always be the go‐to‐guy for CMA leadership whenever there was a difficult situation to resolve, but not for the reason you might think. It was easy for his old cop nature to rise up and it sometimes did, but in his new life in Christ the Holy Spirit gifted him with wisdom and a calming nature that many times over defused some potentially disas‐ trous confrontations. Notes one staffer; “It is always a pleasure to be around Curtis. Through Christ, he has truly mastered being and demon‐ strating what it means to be a man of steel and velvet!” Like all of us, Curtis has had sever‐ al “looks” through the years. For quite a while he sported full facial hair and was fond of wearing a beret. One day he showed up at Hatfield in the Support Center clean shaven and bare headed and went completely unrec‐ his faith in Christ, he is always ready ognized for several minutes until that to do whatever is required to further characteristic grin broke across his the Gospel, and I do mean whatever. face and the light caught his gold From sitting calmly in a mission trip tooth! One work center employee boat while people laughed and took shared a sentiment we all echo; pictures of the giant frog that decided “Curtis, I will miss your smile as you to get comfortable on top of his bald patrol the halls as well as the endless head to riding his motorcycle through supply of stories! You will be missed!” indescribably poor weather and road A passionate conditions to share speaker, he always the Gospel, Curtis is shared his testimo‐ totally sold out to ny with conviction, God. Another long humbleness, and term CMA staff self‐effacing humor. member sums it up, However to demon‐ “Curtis always strate his serious‐ treats people with ness he has an concern and kind‐ endearing habit of ness regardless of mock spitting to what he or his fami‐ emphasize his ly may be going Curtis and Carole Clements, 2013 point. “Ptooey; that through. He is a is a lie from the pit soul winner. His life of hell”, he would shout. I can’t help is all in for Christ!” About all of this, but smile as this mental picture over‐ with overwhelming emotion Curtis takes me and this longtime staffer would tell you, “It is not about me, totally agrees, “there is no replace‐ and if He can use this old Harley rider ment for Curtis, nobody laughs like he to affect his Kingdom He can surely does, nobody ‘spits’ like Curtis, well, I use you too!” CMA Tim Weddle serves CMA National as a staff writer guess nobody else spits period!” and is the Print Shop Department Head. A man of conviction, confident in
By JOHNNY Upton
Here’s what one chapter in Idaho is doing to raise money for RFS. There might be "beaders" in other parts of the U.S. that could do something similar. The flyer reads something like this: Beading Party Fundraiser: Making jewelry for RUN FOR THE SON Mark your calendars! DATE: Saturday, March 9, 2013 WHEN: After R Wheels R His monthly meeting TIME: 12:30 p.m. WHERE: Happy Trails Products LOCATION: 11777 W. Executive Drive, Boise All you Beaders bring your tools, supplies, beads, cre‐ ativity, and your favorite finger food! When we are done, we have permission to sell the items at the entrances of local stores. R Wheels R His, Boise, ID Emmaus Riders, Boise/Meridian, ID CMA
Let Johnny know what your chapter is doing. Johnny and Sandra Upton, National RFS Team Lead firstname.lastname@example.org
Beading for Jesus!
In our chapter we create a flyer and send it out to as many people as possible, CMA and non‐CMA, announcing that we’re having a Beading Party. The original idea was submitted by Area Rep and Idaho State RFS Team Lead Sherry Bernard. Here’s how it works: We come together and ‘bead.’ We make bracelets and necklaces. Some folks bring little charms, crosses or other things to put on the jewelry. We have a lot of fun and then we sell the items anywhere we can get permission to do so; chapter meetings, state events, local merchants, etc… (Even to each other☺) All of the money goes to RFS.
Wha t God Can Do
By RICK Steffy
he article below is a true testimo‐ ny of what God can do through His kids. Eileen and I had the opportunity to attend MountainFest with the West Virginia members in 2012. They are hard workers and I don’t know where they get all their energy. Stories like this and through‐ out the region, make it such a blessing to serve alongside these members. And, 2013 starts it all over again. West Virginia may be small in number of CMA members, as compared to some states, but it is great with ministry opportunity. 2012 was a great year of growth in ministry outreach for the state. There are three large secular events held in West Virginia each year; ArenaCross in Huntington, Gran National Cross Country (GNCC) in Snowshoe, and MountainFest in Morgantown. CMA has been serving at these events for the last few years with each year growing in both attendance and CMA member involvement. As the event promoters see the consistent yearly participation of CMA members, they are beginning to trust us with more and more respon‐ sibility which in turn leads to more ministry opportunities. ArenaCross is a good exam‐ ple of this. The first year that CMA attended ArenaCross, the event director was unsure of how to use our volunteers. He didn’t fully understand the “Here if you need us” service mentality. It was the members’ initiative of joining track workers in carrying hay bales and picking up trash that showed the sincerity of CMA. Now, through the dedicated efforts of the local chapter, CMA is an integral part of track set up, flagging, clean up, and meeting the general needs of the director. As a way of showing appreciation, CMA is given space for two ministry booths. However, added service opportunity means an increased need in volun‐ teers. This need has caused a unifying outcome of members from chapters across the state coming together to work the event. Another event where this unity is showing up is GNCC. Gran National Cross Country races are held across the country, with one of the most difficult tracks being at Snowshoe Mountain Resort in West Virginia. Because of the GNCC director’s positive experiences with CMA in other states, six CMA West Virginia members and eight CMA North Carolina members were asked to work side by side. That was three years ago. This year those numbers grew to five CMA North Carolina and 23 CMA West Virginia members. The added number of volunteers allowed us to meet the needs of both the GNCC director and
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Volunteers for Gran National Cross Country races in West Virginia.
Gran National Cross Country races are held across the country, with one of the most difficult tracks being at Snowshoe Mountain Resort in West Virginia.
CMA helps flag races at ArenaCross in Huntington, West Virginia.
Making friends at ArenaCross.
Helping with the track at ArenaCross.
Do you ever look around and wonder why a flower is a certain color or why some trees make fruit while others just have leaves? How does a flower know what color it should be and how does a tree know what fruit it should bear. Let’s take a look at Genesis 1:11-12 Then God said, "Let the land produce plants. Let them bear their own seeds. And let there be trees on the land that bear fruit with seeds in it. Let each kind of plant or tree have its own kind of seeds." And that's exactly what happened. The land produced plants. Each kind of plant had its own kind of seeds. The land produced trees that bore fruit with seeds in it. Each kind of tree had its own kind of seeds. God saw that it was good (NIrV). God told the trees what leaves or fruit they should have and he commanded the flowers to become a certain color. Just think about what kind of tree or flower you would like to be, maybe a beautiful tulip or a strong oak tree. God made each of us just the way we are for a reason, some of us can play an instrument others can sing. All of us have a special talent God himself gave to us. Remember God has a purpose for you and He has given you the things you need to accomplish His will. If Jesus is in your heart anything is possible, if you need Jesus in your heart it is simple just ask him. This prayer will help you to invite Jesus into your heart today and become the flower or tree He wants you to be. Dear Lord, Thank you for your Son Jesus Christ who died on the cross for me. Please come into my heart, I know I have sinned and ask for Your forgiveness. I want to accomplish Your will and blossom into the person You want me to be. Amen.
God’s Creations Big and Small
Supplies Needed: Construction Paper (any color you choose) Glue or Tape Scissors Popsicle stick Magnet (optional) A picture of you 10⎪shop.cmausa.org⎪July 2013 Draw a picture of your favorite flower or tree on a piece of construction paper. Make sure your drawing is big enough for a picture to fit into the center of it. Cut your flower or tree shape out, glue or tape your favorite picture in the center If you are doing a flower, you can attach it to a popsicle stick with some glue or tape. You can also attach a magnet to the back so you can hang it on your refrigerator and be reminded of God’s beautiful creations each day.
By JOHN Ogden Jr.
n our society today, it seems like we tures such as, “And God will use this per‐ have set ourselves up to where noth‐ secution to show His justice and to make ing is our fault and we do not have you worthy of His Kingdom, for which any responsibility. People sue compa‐ you are suffering” (2 Thessalonians 1:5, nies due to their own negligence, NLT), or “Here on earth you will have demand their rights, and cast blame on many trials and sorrows. But take heart, other people when bad things happen. because I have overcome the world” (John Those standards have bled over into 16:33b, NLT)? Christianity. We act as if God is only I believe what has happened is that there to meet our needs, and when He we have had a paradigm shift of what joy does, we have no need for Him until the means. In today’s society, joy is a next storm arises. It is easy for us to live euphoric sensation of happiness that our lives and make our own decisions, lasts for short moments in life when we but when things do not turn out as we seem to get our way. When in reality, wanted them to, we that emotion is not want to blame God joy. Joy is a deep – cry out for Him to settled peace and rescue us, while confidence in never accepting the knowing that you responsibility for are where God has our own actions called you to be. that have brought The disciples us to where we are. walked in the joy of It is time for us to the Lord, yet they change this trend still suffered much and hold ourselves for the Kingdom of John and Holly Ogden oversee the South accountable as God. The joy they Central Region as National Evangelist. Christians. had was satisfac‐ Salvation is by grace. With salvation, tion in their relationship with God. we choose to give our lives to God, but Relationship is more than a one‐time the key is leaving it in His hands. So prayer for salvation. It is a continuing often, we want to take it back, only to in His presence, pursuing the things of have things mess up again and say it is God, and living in the ways of God. God’s fault. Whatever happened to scrip‐ It is our responsibility to do our side
of the relationship. When we do, here is the promise from the Word of God, “Remain in me, and I will remain in you” (John 15:4a, NLT). You see, it starts with us walking in His statutes and ways and abiding within His Word and presence. That is the reason we have the scripture, “If you love Me, obey my commandments” (John 14:15, NLT). The opposite is also true – if you do not keep His command‐ ments, you have no love for God, though you may have an emotional tie, it is merely infatuation. The true servant of God gives his life for the Kingdom, recog‐ nizes when he makes errors in judgment, accepts responsibility for those errors, and then cries out to God for forgiveness for not seeking His will in the situation. He then seeks God for direction once again. Make no mistake; there is no deep‐ er satisfaction than walking in the will of God. He is the God of our ancestors. He has carried them through many trials and tribulations. He will do the same for us, but we must learn what it means to be God’s people. CMA
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God’s road map for your life! Stay on the course He has for you and avoid the temptation to take your own course. You can and should enjoy the roads you travel in this life by being prepared, ready for opportunities and watching for warning signs. Be careful not to panic or bail out just because you ran into an unexpected or chal‐ lenging curve, simply lean into it with the Holy Spirit and ride thought it knowing the outcome will be worth
the effort. You have the calling of God on your life, the power of the Holy Spirit behind it and the love of Jesus in it! You have been given the greatest gift to share with others and most oppor‐ tunities you have will be with others traveling the very same roads as you. So, fill your tank with the Holy Spirit, stay nourished and refreshed through God’s Word and enjoy your road trip through life. CMA
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By JEROD McPherson
nce there was a business owner of a large successful business. Over the years, he had grown his endeavor into huge profits, but as things sometimes go, the tide had turned and his business was experiencing some downturn. Competitors circled as he struggled to find a way to turn the whole thing around. The man was convinced if he could just get all of his employees together for a dinner, he could encourage and share with them a plan to bring renewal to the business. The morning of the planned dinner, he was sitting at home working on his thoughts, outlining his plan of what he was going to say, when his wife entered and informed him she was going to go out for a few hours to shop. She asked if we would look after their seven year old son. So the wife went shopping and the man continued to work on his speech. After five minutes there was a knock at the study door and the young boy appeared in the doorway say‐ ing, “Daddy, I’m bored; I’ve got nothing to do.” Knowing he needed to be left alone to work, the father quickly grabbed a magazine, turned through the pages and found a full page color map of the world. He ripped the page out and then careful‐ ly tore the map into small little pieces. He said to his son, “If you can put the map of the world back together, I will give you twenty dollars.” The son rushed off with all of the pieces and the father figured he
had bought himself at least two or three tion, but it starts with individuals. We hours of free uninterrupted time to finish will never see the culture of the world his speech. He knew his son had no idea impacted if we do not see individuals transformed in their own personal lives. what the map of the world looked like. If we see God change young people’s Ten minutes later there is another hearts, we will see a knock on the study nation changed. This door and this time, “...I figured if I got the is why personal there stood the son, man right, I would get change through the smiling, with a com‐ the world right.” Spirit of Christ is pleted puzzle in his desperately needed hands. The father in our own lives. This is why every looked at the boy in amazement and young person is important, every young asked, “Son, how did you do this so life critical to the future of the faith and quickly?” The boy smiled and replied, our nation. “Did you know Dad, I had no idea what Want to impact the culture for God? the map of the world looked like, but as Want to literally change the world? I was looking through the pieces I noticed that on the back there was a pic‐ Invest in one young person. Get that one young man or woman pointed in the ture of a man. I knew what the man right direction and the world will follow. looked like, so I put a piece of paper down, put the picture of the man togeth‐ CMA er, put another piece of paper on top of it, held it tight and flipped it over, and there was the world.” The man looked at his son in amazement. The boy contin‐ ued, “You know Dad, I figured if I got the man right, I would get the world right.” Our challenge to change the world and transform the environment we live in is always going to be a challenge to transform individuals. “One heart at a time” is the focus of CMA and it has never been more appropriate. The Jerod and Jennifer McPherson oversee the CMA Youth Movement as National Evangelist. unanimous conclusion is that our world needs changing. Our nation needs renewal, the world needs transforma‐
By LUCY Ellis
can honestly say I rode the wheel off my 4 wheeler at the CMA Fast Lane South Central Region Adventure Rally. My husband, Gene, and I attended the CMA Fast lane SCR Adventure Rally and believe me, it was an adven‐ ture! Friday we set off with the Fast Lane Quad Rep, Denver Dennis, in the lead. We got up the 1st little hill and I started to get nervous. The area reminded me of the terrain where I had my boo boo in Oct, which resulted in knee surgery. Being nervous I trad‐ ed with Kelly and got on with Gene. We had a great ride and I enjoyed it a lot! I enjoyed seeing the amazing things in nature that God created! I saw a limb that reminded me of Moses’ staff, from Old Testament
times. Looking back that should have been a clue of things to come; you’ll understand later! When we were getting ready to leave on Saturday’s ride Kelly & Lilly asked if they could ride in the four seat RZR with John. That meant I ended up riding our Honda 4X4. I had these nervous butterflies that threat‐ ened to overwhelm me but Gene knew how I felt and he talked me thru my panic each time we stopped. I managed to overcome the butterflies until I was told we would be going up some inclines that the 4 wheelers would need a little help. I told Gene and Denver “that’ll be where I’ll get off and someone else can have it.” I did give it to Gene twice. (Thanks baby!) But it was all worth it. We saw some of God's beautiful creation that
can’t be seen from a road. When we headed back to the rally site we were on a nice dirt road. It sure was dusty, but it was also fun to be able to ‘let her go,’ and slide around the curves, without having to worry about going over a cliff. I had been moving along pretty good when I down shifted to slow down and let some of the dust settle. It was then that I heard a funny sound from the left front tire. The next thing I knew I saw my tire rolling down the road beside me and then it dropped out of sight down into a ravine. Now that’s a strange sight! As I watched all this I felt, and saw, flashes of brilliant white streaks go by on my left. Think what you want but I know what this was and it gives me new meaning to the phrase of “An
Army of Angels by my side.” Then the four wheeler came to a slow gentle stop. (Unlike my heart, which was beating pretty fast). Sonja and Denver's wife, Jeri, came up behind me and made sure I was ok. Then they left to catch up with Gene but he had already missed my head‐ lights and turned around to find me. Sonja and Jeri called Denver to let everyone know what happened. James and Paul stopped and asked me where the tire was? All I could do was point. Paul and Gene went down into the ravine to get the tire. Turns out the lug‐nuts had come off. Soon after that Kerry, Debbie and another couple came up to check on me. John and the girls came also to make sure every‐ thing was OK. Gene ‘borrowed’ a lug nut from each of the other three tires and got the front one back on. Soon we were back on the road and headed back to the rally site. The ride on in was a lot of fun but I had to keep reminding myself that I only had three lug nuts on each wheel and I shouldn’t be slid‐ ing around the curves. That night, as I was praying, God showed me why it all happened. A few weeks back I was asked to stand in for Gene at a chapter meeting and tell the chapter a few of the details about his recent mission trip to Nicaragua. Getting up and talking in front of peo‐ ple makes me nervous enough to throw up so I was hoping that Jane would conveniently forget to call on me. But no such luck. When I stood up to talk, they wanted me to go up front; I said “that’s not happening. I can talk just fine from my chair.” The next night I was driving to see a hospice patient. I was jamming to some great Praise and Worship music and talking to God, when out of nowhere this thought came over me; "You are just as stubborn as Moses. You will step out and tell people who I AM!" "Really … Moses” I asked, “I'm no leader." Then God gave me the gig‐ gles at the thought. I’ll admit, and you can ask Gene, how stubborn I tend to be, and, how I like to do things my way. But let me tell you, God has gotten my full atten‐ tion and now, when given the oppor‐ tunity to speak or do anything else for God, there will not be any hesitation on my part. I may not be comfortable doing so but I will trust, obey and fol‐ low Jesus! From now on its God’s way, not my way. I like having all four wheels on my four wheeler. A very big THANK YOU to everyone that was on that ride, ya'll were a blessing to me! CMA
Gene and Lucy Ellis serve has Intercessor Prayer Leaders in Louisiana.
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By TIM Weddle
or who makes you different from anyone else? What do you have that you did not receive? And if you did receive it, why do you boast as though you did not?”(I Corinthians 4:6‐8, NIV). I recently interviewed a member who made a vehicle donation to CMA. Knowing that his heart was right and he wasn’t necessarily interested in having the spotlight turned on himself it still seemed to be a good reminder for us that whatever we have been given; talent, gifts, resources, it all belongs to the Lord and He has given it to us for His own use. Having been invited to a local chap‐ ter meeting by a friend it took Jeff a year and half to make up his mind about CMA, but once committed, he has been an active member minister‐ ing with his local chapter for over five years. During a trip to Changing of the Colors on Iron Mountain the Lord real‐ ly touched him. As he listened to all of the International Leaders relate the happenings in their own countries, he was totally blown away by the world‐ wide reach of the ministry of CMA. Examining the big maps on the inside wall of the pavilion, he thought; “God, this is unbelievable, but why am I sur‐ prised that You could do such a mirac‐ ulous thing?” God really began to deal with him about seriously getting on board. Following Thursday night’s speaker he experienced a huge break‐ through in his immediate family and after the service he sat outside on his bike amid the waving international flags, gazing at the cross tower with tears streaming down his face, thank‐ ing God for His continued restoration and healing. Realizing there are no coincidences for Christians, Jeff plainly understood the Holy Spirit telling him
it was time to step up! support it. You won’t believe what God He was willing, but as his mind will do!” raced, he had no idea what God had This couple’s true heart is revealed intended for him to do. I’ve found when you find hand written by Jeff’s when the Lord has something specific wife, Karen on the message board in for us to do, we don’t have to guess, their winter home in Florida passages He will let us know clearly and from Psalm 24. assuredly. After discussions with sev‐ “The earth is the LORD’s, eral CMA staff members and and everything in it, Chairman of the Board it became the world, and all who live in it; apparent why the Lord spoke to Jeff for he founded it on the seas about this particular need in the first and established it on the waters” place. With two away rallies this sum‐ (Psalm 24:1‐2, NIV). mer, affordable and reliable trans‐ Today, Jeff and Karen operate a portation is CMA’s most current need fleet of motor coaches in Louisville, and God doesn’t mess around with KY a second generation 37 year old amateurs when He business based on wants something Biblical principles done. Jeff’s family and blessed of business trans‐ God. They know ports thousands full well who real‐ of people every ly owns all of their month, so who worldly posses‐ better to fulfill sions. They are this particular enjoying watching need? Research their children was performed, become adults in Newest addition to the CMA fleet of vehicles, resources allocat‐ 15 passenger van. their own rights ed, and soon a and are always on CMA staff member picked up the new the lookout for a ministry of integrity Chevrolet Express van with stabilized and accountability where they can suspension, full towing equipment in exercise their obedience to pass on the 15 passenger configuration. the blessings. Jeff isn’t looking for accolades or “Dear Lord, show each of us the taleven a pat on the back, he says; “day to ents, abilities, and resources You have day in the business world just is what given us to be used in your service. Help it is, but this other is Kingdom busi‐ us to recognize the needs and respond ness and there is just nothing more when the Holy Spirit prompts. Amen.” serious than that. My business belongs Contact Angie Herman at to God and is just a tool for His use. I email@example.com if God is prompting would encourage others that need to get in the game to get off the sidelines you to fulfill a need in this truly God and see what happens. Find a ministry directed, Spirit led, world‐wide, life that is founded on God’s principles and changing ministry we call CMA. CMA Tim Weddle serves CMA National as a staff writer Word, has accountability and integrity and is the Print Shop Department Head. and is accomplishing God’s will, and
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the Snowshoe Mountain team. We did year members worked with the event everything from flagging traffic at staff to complete the tasks necessary race crossings to checking wristbands for set up the entire week prior to the at the gate. start of the event. Anything that It was this hard was asked for, work and the con‐ the team enthusi‐ sistent efforts of astically took on. CMA the last sev‐ Another way that eral years, which member involve‐ caused the direc‐ ment increased tor to request was through the CMA’s help as setup of a min‐ stage hands. This MountainFest in Morgantown, West Virginia. istry/information was a new oppor‐ booth. This was the first year we had enough volun‐ teers to operate one, and the Holy Spirit was at work with 45 commit‐ ments to Christ that we know of. Add with that the approximately 350 Biker Blessings completed at the race line up and it’s easy to see that God was at work in a way that we never could have imagined. MountainFest is another event in West Virginia that God is impacting in mighty ways. For the last few years, CMA has been handing out water and completing biker blessings during the parade line up at the coliseum on Saturday. This year hundreds of peo‐ ple were prayed with and at least sev‐ enteen made a commitment to Christ. Along with serving at the coliseum and setting up a tract and information booth in the vendor area, CMA mem‐ bers had the opportunity to show Christ’s love through service. This
tunity for CMA to impact the lives of a new group of people (the bands and performers) through service. The growing ministry opportuni‐ ties are allowing CMA members to forge new friendships, strengthen bonds across the state, and impact larger groups of people for Christ. With all the blessings we’ve seen throughout the year, it really does feel like its “Almost Heaven” in West Virginia. CMA
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