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BY-LAWS OF 3 ANGELS MESSENGERS (3AM), A NOT-FOR-

PROFIT ORGANIZATION

ARTICLE I: ORGANIZATION

1. The name of the organization shall be 3 ANGELS MESSENGERS
whereas 3AM shall be used as an acronym of thus stated
organization.


ARTICLE II : PURPOSES

The following are the purposes for which this organization has been
organized: The purpose of the 3 Angels Messengers is to spread the
Gospel of Jesus Christ abroad, specifically, the messages of
Revelation 14 and its preparatory message for Gods end time
people. 3AM is not limited to but is specially directed to ministering to
the motorcycle communities through positive means, IE: prayer,
positive lifestyles, witnessing, and preaching.


ARTICLE III : MEMBERSHIP

Membership in this organization shall be open to all who believe in
Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior and upon completing a 90 day
probationary discipleship program and by vote of the potential
chapter.

All believing hang around(s) wanting to become full fledged
members of 3AM must complete a 90 probationary discipleship
period including studying and agreeing to the 12 tenants that we
believe, at least 2 acts of kindness or helps to the community within
that probationary time, and a recommendation by another member.

On top of this, to remain in good standing, members must attend at
least 10 scheduled meetings a year and pay the assigned dues their
respective chapter requires.

Patches are not to be purchased by any member entering our
ministry, but the $50 donation given is the due to become a member
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and the patch may be worn so long as the member is in good
standing. Should a member lose their good standing, or disavow
their belief in our 12 tenants, turn their back on Jesus or refuse to pay
their chapters dues, the patch can and will be commandeered by the
President and the Sgt at Arms of their immediate chapter. Reentry
into the ministry of 3AM will then be a decision taken and made by
the Board of Directors at the annual meeting in April.

ARTICLE IV : CHAPTERS

Chapters may be formed when five officer positions are filled. The
election of these initial five officers (President, Vice President,
Secretary, Treasurer & Sgt of Arms) are under the discretion of the
local point of contact as conferred with the CEO, William Hunt and/or
the Board of Directors.


ARTICLE V : MEETINGS

The annual Board of Directors meeting for this organization shall be
held on the first Sunday of April.

The Board of Directors includes all charter members and current
presidents for their chapters representation.

The Board of Directors Secretary shall cause to be mailed/emailed to
every member in good standing at his/her address as it appears in
the membership roll book in this organization a notice telling the time
and place of such annual meeting.

Each member of the Board of Directors may video or telephone
conference into all meetings of this organization and consequently
may vote via phone or video or text or email.

Monthly meetings for each chapter shall be scheduled on any given
Sunday of each month except if such day be a legal holiday and the
chapter decides to move the meeting date, then and in that event,
that respective chapter shall fix the day but it shall not be more than
four weeks from the date fixed by these By-Laws.

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The presence of not less than Fifty Percent ( 50%) percent of the
board shall constitute a quorum and shall be necessary to conduct
the business of this organization; but a lesser percentage may
adjourn the meeting for a period of not more than 4 weeks from the
date scheduled by these By-Laws and the secretary shall cause a
notice of this scheduled meeting to be sent to all those members who
were not present at the meeting originally called. A quorum as herein
before set forth shall be required at any adjourned meeting.

Special meetings of this organization may be called by the president
or vice president when deemed in the best interest of the
organization. Notices of such meeting shall be mailed/emailed to all
members at their addresses as they appear in the membership roll
book at least three (3) days before the scheduled date set for such
special meeting. Such notice shall state the reasons that such
meeting has been called, the business to be transacted at such
meeting and by whom it was called. At the request of the Board of
Directors ( _51_%) percent of the chapters current members must be
present for a quorum. The president or vice president shall cause a
special meeting to be called but such request must be made in writing
at least three (3) days before the requested scheduled date and must
notify the CEO.

No other business but that specified in the notice may be transacted
at such special meeting without the unanimous consent of all present
at such meeting.

Special meetings may be called by the CEO for the Board of
Directors with a three (3) day notice as deemed necessary.


ARTICLE VI : VOTING

At all meetings, votes shall be by voice, video, phone, fax, text and or
email. Proxy votes may only be recognized in the event of an
emergency and the represented member could not join the meeting
either in person or via media listed above.

For election of officers, the option for ballots shall be provided. There
shall not appear any place on such ballot that might tend to indicate
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the person who cast such ballot. In the event ballots are not
necessary, the candidate will simply be asked to leave the room so
as to allow proper discussion on their fitness to represent the officers
position.

At any regular or special meeting, if a majority so requires, any
question may be voted upon in the manner and style provided for
election of officers.

At all votes by ballot the chairman of such meeting shall,
prior to the commencement of balloting, appoint a committee of three
who shall act as "Inspectors of Election" and who shall, at the
conclusion of such balloting, certify in writing to the Chairman the
results and the certified copy shall be physically affixed in the minute
book to the minutes of that meeting.

No inspector of election shall be a candidate for office or shall be
personally interested in the question voted upon.



ARTICLE VII : ORDER OF BUSINESS

1. Opening Prayer
2. Roll Call.
3. Short Bible reading and study
4. Reading of the Secretarys Minutes from the previous month.
5. Reports of Officers including Treasurers report.
6. Reports of Committees.
7. Old and Unfinished Business.
8. New Business.
9. Closing prayer.


ARTICLE VIII : BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The business of this organization shall be managed by a Board of
Directors. At least one of the directors elected shall be a resident
of the State of Texas and a citizen of the United States.

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The Board of Directors includes all charter members and current
presidents for their chapters representation.

The Board of Directors shall have the control and management of the
affairs and business of this organization. Such Board of Directors
shall only act in the name of the organization when it shall be
regularly convened by its chairman after due notice to all the directors
of such meeting. __51%__ members of the Board of Directors shall
constitute a quorum and the meetings of the Board of Directors shall
be held regularly on the first Sunday of April.

Each director shall have one vote and such voting may not be done
by proxy except in the event of an emergency and the represented
director could not join the meeting to vote by voice nor via video,
phone, fax, text and or email.

The Board of Directors may make such rules and regulations
covering its meetings as it may in its discretion determine necessary.

The CEO of the organization by virtue of his office shall be
Chairman of the Board of Directors.

The Board of Directors shall select from one of their members a
secretary.

A director may be removed when sufficient cause exists for such
removal. The Board of Directors may entertain charges against any
director. A director may be represented by counsel upon any removal
hearing. The Board of Directors shall adopt such rules for this hearing
as it may in its discretion consider necessary for the best interests of
the organization.


ARTICLE IX : OFFICERS

Officers of the organization shall be as follows:
CEO
CFO
President:
Vice President:
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Secretary:
Treasurer:
Sgt at Arms:
Chaplin:
Event coordinator:
Road Captain:
Ambassador:

CEO:
The Chief Executive Officer is the acting chair of the Board of
Directors and has oversight of the entire organization as well as its
investments and assets. The function of this position is to coordinate,
establish and lead the organization through the process of growth
and change when necessary and to develop this ministry further into
the next frontier.

CFO:
The Chief Financial Officer is responsible for the management and
oversight of all banking for the organization. As such the CFO shall
be accountable for such monies or securities of the organization to
the Board of Directors and will render a monthly, a quarterly and a
yearly report for all the financial dealings of the organization. He/she
shall cause to be deposited in a regular business bank or trust
company all funds and the balance of the funds of the organization
shall be deposited in a savings bank except that the Board of
Directors may cause such funds to be invested in such investments
and assets as shall be legal for a non-profit corporation in this state.
He/she must be one of the officers who shall sign checks or drafts of
the organization. No special fund may be set aside that shall make it
unnecessary for the CFO to sign the checks issued upon it.
He/she shall exercise all duties incident to the office of CFO.

President:
The President shall preside at all membership meetings.
He shall by virtue of his office be Chairman of the represented
chapter. He/she shall present at each Monthly and annual meeting of
the organization an annual report of the work of the organization.
He/she shall appoint all committees, temporary or permanent.
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He/she shall see all books, reports and certificates required by law
are properly kept or filed. He/she shall be one of the officers who may
sign the checks or drafts of the organization.
He/she shall have such powers as may be reasonably construed as
belonging to the chief executive of any organization.

Vice President:
The Vice President shall in the event of the absence or inability of the
President to exercise his/her office become acting president of the
organization with all the rights, privileges and powers as if he/she had
been the duly elected president.

Secretary:
The Secretary shall keep the minutes and records of the organization
in appropriate books and to render such minutes on a monthly basis.
It shall be his/her duty to file any certificate required by any statute,
federal or state. He/she shall give and serve all notices to members
of this organization. He/she shall be the official custodian of the
records and seal of this organization. He/she may be one of the
officers required to sign the checks and drafts of the organization.
He/she shall present to the membership at any meetings any
communication addressed to him/her as Secretary of the
organization. He/she shall submit to the Board of Directors any
communications which shall be addressed to him/her as Secretary of
the organization. He/she shall attend to all correspondence of the
organization and shall exercise all duties incident to the office of
Secretary.

Treasurer
The Treasurer shall have the care and custody of all monies
belonging to that represented chapter of the organization and shall be
accountable for such monies or securities of the organization to the
CFO and the represented chapters membership. He/she shall cause
to be deposited in a regular business bank or trust company all funds
and the balance of the funds of the organization shall be deposited in
a savings bank except that the Board of Directors may cause such
funds to be invested in such investments as shall be legal for a non-
profit corporation in this state.
He/she must be one of the officers who shall sign checks or drafts of
the organization. No special fund may be set aside that shall make it
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unnecessary for the Treasurer to sign the checks issued upon it.
He/she shall render at stated periods as the Board of Directors shall
determine a written account of the finances of the organization and
such report shall be physically affixed to the minutes of the chapter
represented.
He/she shall regularly render a treasurers report at each monthly
meeting of the chapter entrusted to his/her care and email that report
along with the chapters minutes to the CFO and CEO or the
organization.
He/she shall exercise all duties incident to the office of Treasurer.

Sgt at Arms:
The Sgt at Arms keeps all business running smoothly. His/her role is
to guide members and support the President in actions reflecting the
character of the ministry.

Chaplin:
The Chapter Chaplin shall preside over all prayer, bible study and
spiritual needs of the Chapter, this person need not be ordained or
licensed, but must be elected by vote of membership.

Event Coordinator:
The Event Coordinator shall determine which events that the chapter
will attend, see to it all communications are given to the secretary in a
timely manner that the membership at large will have ample amount
of time to attend such events and appoint such volunteers and
members needed to achieve the best results.

Road Captain:
The Road Captain Shall put together the monthly fellowship ride, and
shall see to it that all riders are safe and riding within the laws of such
state.

Ambassador:
The Ambassador represents the mission and spirit of the organization
and is free to wear our colors without being in an immediate chapter
nor owning a motorcycle. However, all Ambassadors are subject to
the Board of Directors and may be sent to form new chapters in other
areas.

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ARTICLE X : SALARIES

No officer shall for reason of his office be entitled to receive any
salary or compensation with the exception of the Chief Financial
Officer. Furthermore, nothing herein shall be construed to prevent an
officer or director for receiving any compensation from the
organization as the Board of Directors deem necessary.

The Board of Directors shall hire and fix the compensation of any and
all employees which they in their discretion may determine to be
necessary to conduct the business of this organization.


ARTICLE XI : COMMITTEES

All committees of this organization shall be appointed by the Board of
Directors and their term of office shall be for a period of one year or
less as determined by the action of the Board of Directors.


ARTICLE XII : MEMBERSHIP DUES

The dues of this organization shall be free. However, local chapters
may use discretion whether local dues are needed in addition to a
collection of donations at each meeting.


ARTICLE XIII : AMENDMENTS

These By-Laws may be altered, amended, repealed or added to by
an affirmative vote of not less than Fifty one Percent ( 51%) percent
of the members.