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On the 9th of April, our golf team participated in their first golf benefit! Who-hoo, ya'll rock.
On the 2nd of April we attended the Big Dill Rally in Gatesville. My brother from another mother came in from Longview to see us. Woot
On the 5th of March, we had a cookout for Relay for Life at the Blessings... Many of us rode to Killeen to ride back with others for this event. What a great time for a great cause...
On the 28th of February, we had our monthly get together with the residents at The Meadows....
On the 20th of Feburary, we setup up our monthly outreach booth at the Belton Trade Days.....
On the 17th of January, The H2HMM patched in some new members and blessed a couple bikes! Welcome to the ministry folks.....
On the 27th of December, the H2HBC family joined the extended family at The Meadows. What a blessing to be a blessing.
On the 23rd of December, the H2HBC family went to the VA to hand out presents to the veterans.
On the 20th of December, the Highway 2 Heaven Biker Church had their 10th annual Santa's Helper Run. Over 50 souls on 26 bikes and in four cages dropped off gifts to some needy families in the community.
On the 5th of December, the H2HBC family set up their booth at the monthly outreach they have with Belton Trade Days. The day was beautiful and many folks were out Christmas shopping. The group also rode their iron horses in the parade!
On the 4th of December, the H2HBC family met some other like minded brothers and sisters at the Coryell Community Church and headed to Dallas for Operation Christmas Child. They left at 0530 hours so they could make their starting time of 0900 hours and worked until 1500 hours preparing the shoe boxes for shipment. Everyone that went received a huge blessing and they even got to hear Franklin Graham. Not only did they get to hear him speak but he stopped by for a picture!
On the 28th of November, we had a few brave souls that rode to the Texas Veterans Cemetery to honor the heros laid to rest there with the wreaths that we put out every year.
On the 22nd of November, the H2HBC family made their monthly visit to The Meadows Nursing home and the extended family was glad to see their biker family.
On the 6th of November, the H2HBC had the awsome blessing to be a blessing to some of the men and women in uniform that had just returned home. We broke bread with them, prayed with them, and then after the meal, gave them a bag of popcorn and a bottle of water as they headed to the football game.
On the 31st of October, the H2HBC family had their booth set up again this year at the Boozar. The children loved the duck game as usual and the little gremlins walked of with candy and prizes making them all smile.
On the 25th of October, the Highway 2 Heaven Biker Church had over 60 in church service again and then after the anointed message, over 30 went across the street to sing praises with the residents at the Meadows Nursing Home.
The residents really enjoy the time of fellowship and look forward to our monthly visit. This trip, we were asked by one of the residents if we could come more often. That put a smile on our faces. They really enjoy the prayer time as well. Just knowing someone cares enough to come pray with them means so much.
On the 17th of October, the Highway 2 Heaven Biker Church had humble and obedient servants set up the booth at 6AM and ready to serve God. The day at Belton Trade Days brought in 8 salvations and many special prayer times. What a perfect day indeed! The Lord brought in 8 salvations. We serve such an awesome God!
On the 11th of October, we had 35 souls mount their iron horses or climb into their cages and left from the parking lot at 1230 hours. This was the first time for the new ministry outreach for the VA in Temple and the Random Acts of Kindness. Both brand new outreaches for our church kicked off the same day! Awesome. Our first stop was at the Coryell County Sheriff's Department. We showed up unannounced so the rolling thunder was quite a surprise and the 35, leather wearing souls was something the folks were not too sure about. LOL.
After we presented the deputies some cookies and said a prayer over them, we headed out to the North Fort Hood Gate to thank the soldiers that was on duty there. We gave them some cookies and said a prayer with them before mounting up and heading the the Temple VA.
We had a nice ride to the Temple VA Domicillary. The folks there really enjoyed having us and we visited with and prayed with about a dozen residents. We were not allowed to take any pictures with the residents but we snapped a group shot outside. Pictured below is most of the servants that was there.
After our visit at the Temple VA Domicilary, we mounted up again and headed over to the Temple Police Station.
We had a good but short visit with the Temple Police before loading up for our last stop of the day. We had originally planned on two more stops but decided that we would post pone the purchasing groceries for unsuspecting families at a later date as we were all a bit tired. So we dropped in at the Temple Fire Department to give them their cookies and a big thank you as well as a prayer.
Pictures for the Random Acts of Kindness and VA Outreach is on our faceboom page, Enjoy!
Also, on the 10th of October, after the biker escort for Mr. Westfall, we had some servants wrap over 100 dozen cookies for our Temple VA outreach tomorrow.
On the 10th of October, the Highway 2 Heaven Biker Church and friends, provided a bike escort for a local war hero. Mr. Pat Neff Westfall, a combat veteran of WWII and the Korean War, was escorted to the Levita Cemetery with 50 motorcycles. We had a total of 71 motorcycles that attended the Hero's Celebration. The Patriot Guard (pictured below) provided an awesome welcome at the funeral home and at the cemetery both. There will be a video uploaded in the very near future, thanks to another humble servant of the Lord. It will be posted to Pastor Monty's You Tube Channel.
On the 3rd of October, the Highway 2 Heaven Biker Church, had over 20 souls attend the Walk for Suicicide Pevention in Harker Heights.
Pictured above are some of the servants that handed out free ice water which is another outreach we have called H2O ministry. The H2O ministry is where we hand out free ice water at various public events.
We also try to be sensitive to the Holy Spirit and lead the lost into the fold to have an intimate relationship with our Lord. Below is a picture of two young ones asking Jesus into their hearts! Praise the King.
Before breaking down the booth, the servants also said a prayer over the public servants that was on site for us.
If you would like to see more pictures of the event, Walk for Suicide Prevention, just click on the link and look at the entire album.
On th 27th 0f September we had a great showing at our monthly outreach at The Meadows. Below is a picture of the Pastor with his mother.