2012 has been another incredible year. We have
traveled across the country and ministered in the
local community. We have seen upwards of 1000 people
come to Christ year after year.. We have empowered
and trained teams in evangelism and so many lives
have been changed. What a great year for evangelism!
We have new chapters form this year with Wheels of
Faith Motorcycle Ministry. With new chapters comes
more laborers for the harvest. New doors have opened
up at better evangelism areas at major bike rallies.
We have new locations at Panama City Beach and at
Daytona Bike Week!
At Sturgis Rally this year we were able to block of
part of a street for evangelism that included a
large area for kids ministry. This was a huge
success and one of the highlights for the year.
We have taught men and couples at retreats and
seminars this year. Many marriages and individuals
have been changed because of this part of our
ministry. We are excited at how God is using us in
this area also.
This has been a great year of ministry, and we are
so thankful for our partners. Thank you for your
prayers and financial support of this ministry. May
God bless you. Merry
Christmas and a Blessed New Year!
What a great season it was this fall. We were
involved in many outreaches with many salvations.
Panama City Beach Florida - 75 Salvations
Cocoa Florida Car Show- 11 Salvations
Daytona Florida Biketoberfest- 46 Salvations.
Sally and I were the speakers at a Marriage Retreat
in October . We enjoyed ministering and touching
Panama City Beach - lady ministered to by team
Daytona Beach Octoberfest
Marriage Retreat in Florida
Thank you for your support of this ministry. Souls
are being saved!
Sturgis Biker Rally in South Dakota was a huge
success! We has a team of just over 20 people and
had 381 follow up cards! People were getting saved
constantly during the event, from little children to
old time bikers. We had many difficulties along the
way there in the vehicle, but that just made us more
determined. We spent over 120 hours in the bus and
worked day and night sharing the Gospel. What a
great team working together to share Jesus!
This video is amazing!
Our 2012 Team, minus a couple that
had to leave early.
New members patched into the
This is what 381 salvation follow up cards look
like! Praise the Lord!
Our Annual Wheels of Faith MM Rally was in June in
Maggie Valley NC! We had many leaders representing
their areas at the event. It was so encouraging to
see how many bikers and others are being ministered
to across the nation through this ministry. Some of
stories of the creativity in ministering to others
were amazing. One group hangs out at the Laundromat,
and after a customer puts the clothes in the washing
machine, they run over and feed the machine the
quarters needed to operate. Then they spend time
with customers telling them about Christ! We also
had a great time of teambuilding and of course great
rides through the mountains.
With the ministry of Wheels of Faith MM, we have
been able to duplicate ourselves across the nation
by training others and giving them tools for
ministry. The journey has been incredible!
I am at the point in ministry that I need to
itinerate again. I pray that you will invite me
to minister at your church, and I will be happy to
do a marriage seminar for you also. I need to put to
good use these advanced degrees that I have earned.
Thank you in advance!
AG Pastor Tom sharing devotion
WOF took over the entire Motel for the Rally
Getting ready for Sturgis Bike Rally in SD! This is
one of my favorite pictures from that area!
April and May were great months in ministry. We
ministered at Leesburg Bikefest in Florida. Leesburg
brings thousands of bikers to the area, and we
ministered and prayed for many there. It was a great
year again this year.
We also used our educational skills to teach at a
Marriage Encounter. There were about 100 couples
there, and it was an exciting time to see God move
on the hearts of married couples.
We also started Chapter 53 of Wheels of Faith MM in
Minot, North Dakota. The church in Minot was
incredible and their pastor was outstanding. The
Sunday morning service had 11 bikes in the front of
the sanctuary, one in the foyer, and others in the
parking lot. We also ministered in Stanley ND, and
the Spirit of God touched many lives there also. The
River of Life Church has invited us to do a Marriage
Seminar for them in September. We are very excited
for all that God is doing!
Minot ND was flooded last year, and the devastation
was horrific. As I traveled through the area, it was
if you can still feel the tragedy. Some homes were
rebuilt, and others were like the one in the picture
below. God is moving greatly in that area though,
and lives are being changed for the glory of God!
Leesburg Bike Fest
Stanley North Dakota
Scott in ND
Service (11 bikes in the front of the church
Minot Flood Devastation
What a great month is was in February and March.
February we attended a Biker in Need rally that
collects food and money for bikers that need help.
They even supply food for their pets, too!
We traveled to Tennessee for the National Coalition
of Clubs Christian Unity to learn how to better work
together and minister to bikers. This was a great
event where we met others that minister in the biker
culture. We find that these meetings are necessary
for those in the biker ministry.
Bike week Daytona was a success again this year. We
ministered to many praying for them and leading
others to the Lord. Rain plagued the first part of
bike week, but later in the week the days were
simply perfect. Biker ministries have made a huge
impact on the riding community, for many that we
talked to were already saved and connected to their
local church. Below are some of the folks that we
Lady that God touched at the
booth! Couple from Illinois
that got saved! Bike Week
It is the New Year and this is going to be a great
year! There are three main areas that we work with.
Those areas are evangelism, discipleship, and
fellowship. We work with churches across the nation
helping them to develop their leaders and motorcycle
groups. Upwards of 600 gave their lives to Christ on
the streets of America through our outreach teams
last year alone. They were all given a pocket bible
and other valuable literature.
Recently we were on a Ride for the Homeless. Below
is Sally praying for one of the ladies that has been
hit by the economy and living at the shelter.
The picture on the right is a family with small
children that has also been hit by the economy. This
is not what one would expect at the shelter. It is
enough to break one's heart.
Homeless Families at the Center
Next month we will travel to Tennessee for the
National Coalition of Clubs Christian Unity meeting.
This will be a great meeting as we learn more about
the newest strategies to help those in need, and
network with others that will be in attendance at
this event. We will also be speaking at a missions
convention at Abundant Life Assembly of God in
Evergreen Alabama. This will be an exciting time of
sharing what God has been doing through US and World
Biketoberfest in Daytona Beach Florida was a great
time of ministry. I ministered at motorcycle shops
and at Booth Hill Saloon in Daytona Beach and the
Booth Hill Saloon in Ormond Beach. It was a great to
see people come up to the booth and share Christ
with them. Upwards of 60 people gave their
lives to Christ at this event. I am always in awe as
the Lord ministers on the streets as we share his
good news about salvation.
Boot Hill Outreach Booth
Daytona Beach Boot Hill Outreach on Main St.
We met our team at Panama City Beach for the Thunder
Beach Rally. We set up at the local motorcycle shop
as we do twice per year for the spring rally and
then again at the fall. This rally had a lower
attendance because of the hurting economy. In spite
of that, we had seven commitments to Christ, and
many others that we prayed with and ministered to.
There were two couples that walked up to our booth
on the way back from visiting the shop. They had
been friends for years. One couple was serving God,
and the the other couple was not. They had been
believing God for their salvation for a long time.
That day, at the rally in Panama City, their friends
accepted Jesus Christ as their savior. There was
rejoicing in the parking lot, as their prayers had
finally been answered.
Sturgis outreach was a great success again this
year. We had a team of 17 that worked together to
minister to thousands of people. At the end of the
week we had 332 commit their lives to Christ. We
were at a new location on the street that worked
well for us. We had three tents this year. One was a
water tent, one was the "Wheel of Dysfunction" tent,
and the other was a therapy tent. People that were
saved from past events showed up to thank us for the
ministry. It was a very successful outreach again
The Wheel of Dysfunction Tent
The 2011 Sturgis Team!
Dr. Scott's Therapy Tent and the Choppers!
Watch the YouTube video
Thunder in the Valley was a great success again this
year. Kiski Valley AG and Grace AG partnered with us
to at Johnstown in PA. Our ministry booth was
extremely busy. There were so many people coming to
the booth for ministry, that we abandoned the effort
on getting follow up cards and used all our efforts
to share with folks at the booth. It was an
extremely successful rally again this year with over
a hundred giving their lives to Christ!
April / May 2011
April and May brought several outreaches. We had
teams from Florida and Alabama at Panama
City's Thunder Beach, where we set up at an American
Motorcycle Shop talking to those who came by the
vendor booths. The crowds were not as big as before
at that event, and our booth location was not as
good as in the past. There was only one other vendor
in the lot, and a Dyno Machine in an adjacent lot.
There were five salvations at our booth, and we are
thankful for those. May we went to Maggie Valley
Rally and Asheville Rally, where we met Ira and his
chapter. The economy has hit this event, with a very
low attendance as you can see from the pictures. The
picture below is me sharing with a 1% biker's lady.
Sharing outside the Booth
The Dysfunction Junction Salvation Game
Recently I was invited to do a biker memorial
service for a man who died in a motorcycle accident.
The wife of the fallen biker was touched at the
memorial service. Through this traumatic experience,
she accepted Jesus Christ as her personal Savior.
Prior to this she had not been in church for
decades. Today, she is saved through this ministry
and plugged into the local church. Is this ministry
effective? Denise would say it is.
Personal Note: March 15 I lost my hero when
my dad went to be with the Lord. He will be missed
greatly, but He knew Jesus Christ as his personal
savior, so I will see him again in Heaven. His
incredible legacy lives on through his wife and
children, who he loved with all of his heart. I love
This has been such a great year of ministry! In
November, I was a guest on "The Harvest Show."
This show television show reaches billions across the globe
through the airways and internet. This year we have
been in Charisma Magazine, The Pentecostal Evangel,
AG News, The Alabama Messenger district magazine,
and other news publications.
Recently, I rode to South Bend, Indiana on the
Harley to be on TV, with the weather down in the
20's. This trip alone we put on 2900+ miles on the
bike as we attended motorcycle events and services
on the way. We started a new Wheels of Faith Chapter
in Mobile, Alabama on this trip.
Chapter 50 of Wheels of Faith was started
November 31st in Maryland! This ministry has been a
blessing to the churches and the lost. Many new
chapters have been formed this year, and the
ministry is multiplying and reaching more people
than ever before!
This year we have put thousands of miles on the
vehicles as we share the message of Christ across
the nation. In 2010, we have seen 906
commitments cards to Christ filled out. It has
been a great year of ministry again this year, and
we expect God to do amazing things again next year.
Thank you so much for supporting Chaplain Scott this
year with your prayers and financial support! We
pray the God will bless you this Christmas season
and in the New Year!
We had another great outreach at Daytona Beach for
Biketoberfest. Six churches worked together at the
outreach, which was held at Boot Hill Saloon. There
were mostly people from Florida at the beginning of
the event then they were joined from bikers from
around the world. This is a smaller bike rally,
bring in less than 100,000 estimated by some. We
were located next to the porta-potty again this
year. Eventually, folks have to walk by us on the
The Daytona police tried to stop us from handing out
tracks and give aways on the sidewalk. I was
thinking that we were still in the United States of
America, and the 1st amendment had not been repealed
as of yet. We armed ourselves with knowledge and
marched forward handing the Truth.
Here is a 90 second video of the action.
Play Video Here.
The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota was a
great success again this year. We had a team of 13
people that worked the ministry booth in Hill City.
Lighthouse Assembly in Hill City set up the booth
and are an integral part of the success at the
Rally. At the end of the week we had 305 salvation
follow up cards. Ira, who got saved at the booth 5
years ago, came back again to update us on his walk
with Christ. An attorney who put on the salvation
bracelet last year had never taken it off since last
year. He was in court with it on. He was on fire for
Christ. Many who we met last year revisited this
year. One 12 year old girl gave her life life to
Christ and was asked if she wanted a bible. She
said, "What is a bible?" That day she received her
first bible. There is a clip in the video about the
girl. The video is 3 minutes long. Just click on the
link and the YouTube video will play.
Play Video Here
Check us out in Charisma Magazine in August, their
35 anniversary edition.
Thunder in the Valley Rally in Johnstown Pa. was
incredible. We worked with Kiski Valley Assembly of
God out of Leechburg. The outreach was wonderful,
and many gave their lives to Christ. One couple came
up to the outreach booth together and each spoke to
a different worker. The husband gave his life to
Christ and wife did not. When they rejoined after
leaving the booth the wife found that her husband
had been saved. She returned to the booth so that
she could give her life to Christ also. At the
end of the outreach we had 201 salvation follow up
Here is a 2 minute video with some of the action!
August takes us to Sturgis, the world's largest
motorcycle rally. Details to follow....
May / June 2010
Panama City Outreach was a wet outreach. We set up
on Thursday evening expecting great results for
Friday, which is always are biggest day. We are
located at a motorcycle shop, and if riders have
bike problems on the way to the rally, we have the
opportunity to meet them as they get their bike
fixed. This year, we had terrible storms with high
wind and heavy rain that seriously hindered people
from riding and moving about. We had a great team,
but we were seriously limited by the rain. At the
end of the rainy outreach, we had commitments 26 to
Christ, and that is not too shabby.
Rain, rain, and
then more rain.
This is a recent write up in the
Reaching bikers for Christ
Wed, 09 Jun 2010 - 3:17 PM CST
You've seen them -
and heard them - on the highways and local
roads. You've come upon them at intersections
and traveling in packs, their engines pounding
and racing in sync with your heart . . . while
you hope to remain unnoticed.
They are members of
groups with comforting names such as Hell's
Angels, Mongols, Outlaws and Pagans. Leather
vests, tattoos, chain drive wallets and dark
sunglasses often accompanied by some kind of
facial hair and a not-so-friendly look in their
eyes helps bring together the biker stereotype.
So, it would make perfect
sense for a former NASA Space Shuttle analyst
and part-time pleasure rider to go to the
largest gatherings of bikers meeting at
locations across the nation and point-blank ask
them, "So, what are your dysfunctions?"
Perhaps more impressive is the fact he's
lived to tell about it.
Scott and Sally Bush
Biker Chaplain Scott Bush, 48, has been
ministering to bikers for nearly 20 years, the
last five years as a nationally appointed AG
U.S. missionary. Bush, his wife Sally and
volunteers at biker events have been seeing God
do incredible things in the lives of bikers.
At massive biker events where hundreds of
thousands gather, such as in Leesburg, Florida;
Daytona Beach, Florida; Panama City, Florida;
and Sturgis, South Dakota; Bush has seen
incredible results. "Of those who we get to talk
to, about 25 percent make a decision for
Christ," he says. "At Sturgis last year, 422
made the decision to accept Jesus Christ into
their lives; at Leesburg just a few weeks ago,
184 chose Christ."
But just how does Bush see such great results
among a group of people who pride themselves in
being hard core; come with nicknames such as
Snake, Wolf, Picnic Table, Mad Dog, Big Red,
Stump and Darth; and seem to thrive on
"Bikers are some of the most dysfunctional
people you will ever meet," Bush explains, "and
they're proud of it! At biker rallies, we set up
a booth just like any other vendor and I have a
motorcycle wheel called the 'Wheel of
dysfunction.' We spin it and whatever
dysfunction it lands on, that's the biker's
Now, although it's not advisable to tell just
anyone that they're borderline psychotic,
schizoid or narcissistic, with bikers (in a
rally booth setting), it works.
Chaplain Scott Bush with the popular
"Wheel of Dysfunction."
"They'll spin the wheel and land on one of
these dysfunctions and their buddies will start
laughing, and in less than two minutes we've
built a relationship, a rapport with them," Bush
says. "We then take them to the tent because
everyone who spins, wins a prize, and we give
them a salvation bracelet or key chain - at that
point, we explain the steps to salvation and
then God does the rest."
Bush says that he's found that bikers many
times have a misconception about what it means
to accept Christ as Savior. We're all on a
spiritual journey that just begins when we
accept Christ, he says. "When bikers find out
how easy it is to accept Christ, many times
they're like, 'Wow! I'll be glad to do that!'"
But Bush and his team don't just lead people
to Christ and then abandon them. They give each
one a Bible, a card that explains the plan of
salvation and they follow-up with each biker by
letter or e-mail checking in to see how they're
doing and giving them a link to the AG Web site
where they can find an AG church in their
community to attend.
One might think that the reason Bush is in
this line of ministry and is so effective is due
to some kind of hard-line biker experience in
his past, but that's not the case. Bush has a
bachelor's degree in Behavioral Science, a
masters in Mental Health and is currently
working on a Ph.D. in Human Sexuality (family
counseling). He says that in the early 90s, God
just gave him a passion to reach bikers - and he
really can't explain why.
However, his Wheels of Faith Motor
Ministries, which he also takes to car shows, is
changing hundreds of lives month after month as
well as planting spiritual seeds into the lives
of many more.
One example of God producing a harvest that
stands out clearly to Bush occurred last fall. A
biker came by the booth in Panama City in 2008.
They ran through the plan of salvation with him,
but he wasn't ready to accept Christ. They gave
him the materials, which he took home.
"His wife read through the materials and gave
her life to Christ," Bush says, "and 10 months
later, she led him to the Lord! This past fall,
while walking around at Panama City, they
stopped me and told me the whole story of their
Bush says that only once in all his years of
ministry to bikers has he ever been given a hard
time - a biker threatened to take his vest.
As Chaplain Scott Bush talks with one
biker, other bikers look on and stand in
line, ready to spin the Wheel of
Dysfunction for themselves.
had a conversation, a very good 'conversation,'
where basically I let him know that it [taking
my vest] wasn't going to happen," Bush recalls.
"A short time later, I led him to the Lord. I
also did his wedding ceremony, and then some
years later, I did his funeral."
Although some may raise their eyebrows at
this, Bush says bikers are just regular people.
He admits their culture is very different, but
when the salvation message is presented to them
in a setting based on rapport, they frequently
"As I tell my volunteers, if you can win
someone to you, you can win them to the Lord,"
Bush says. "If they don't like you, you're not
going to be very successful."
For more information about Chaplain Scott
Bush's ministry to bikers or to learn how to
volunteer with his ministry, see his Web
Leesburg Bikefest in Florida was a great success.
The streets were lined with people and bikes.
Saturday was especially busy, to the point that we
could not keep up with the response. At the end of
the outreach we collected
commitment cards to Jesus Christ. God is
working through US Missionaries! Thanks to my team.
Without them, these results do not take place!
minute video here
Waiting in line at the booth
Couple gets saved
Ted gets right with the Lord
We have several outreaches in the month of April.
The first one was at a classic car show in Orlando,
commitments to Christ! There were 150
classics there and they all looked great. We changed
our spinning wheel that we normally used as the
"Wheel of Dysfunction" game into a "1/4 Mile Race
Wheel" game. It was a great success as you can see
in the 90 second video that I posted on YouTube.
Here is the video of the classic car outreach (90
Bike week was incredible. We had
salvations on the property of the world
famous Boot Hill Saloon! We were positioned between
the food and the porta-potty, and it was a great
place to be. Everyone needed both of those places,
and they went by our booth to get there. That is
where they found Jesus Christ!
Watch the 2
minute video of some of the action
Bike week is here in Daytona Beach Florida. We will
be on the streets from February 26 to March 6. We
are working a booth at Booth Hill Saloon with a
local church. We are expecting incredible results
again this year. Here we go>>>....
January 2010 starts a
new year and we are looking forward to God moving
again this year in a mighty way. We are planning our
outreaches for the year and you are welcome to work
with us at any of our events. We have on the job
training that will change the way you minister on
the streets. We have a proven method that reaps
great results. If you want to join us on any of
these events on the
please email me and I will send you the details.
This month we joined
Suncoast Cathedral and Seminole Assembly in St.
Petersburg, Florida for their skills drills day. It
was highly attended with over 40 bikes. There were 3
professional instructors leading the class, and it
was a great time of training and fellowship. You can
watch the 1 minute video via this link
The 10 Anniversary Rally for Wheels of Faith
will be held in Maggie Valley in North Carolina this
year. You do not want to miss it. It is $350 per
person and it includes food and lodging starting
Tuesday August 24 to Saturday August 28. Rides in
the Blue Ridge Parkway, training sessions, games,
and great fellowship are in store for you. You must
preregister by Feb 15 to attend ($100 deposit).
New riders always welcome at all our events.
A new video is out with clips from last
year's rally was just produced. You have to see it
to believe it. View the 2 minute video
WOF Rally fellowship time
Last year's Rally. Incredible!
Outreach -children finding Jesus
Wheels of Faith Chapters starting and
This newsletter includes our end of the year
ministry report. This year has been an incredible
year of ministry for us. We have organized major
outreaches on the streets in various areas of the
United States. We have trained young and old how to
effectively share their faith with others in a very
effective way. Two years ago we changed our
methodology of evangelism, and we have seen the
fruit of our labors. 1869 people have given
their lives to Christ through this ministry in the
past two years. Have we been effective in ministry?
Those who have found Christ this year through
outreaches would say yes.
Earlier this year I completed my Masters degree in
Mental Heath / Marriage and Family. I now provide
professional psychotherapy free bikers and others as
a part of my ministry. Those wanting therapy simply
sign an agreement to attend the local Assembly of
God church on a weekly basis as a part of their
professional therapy. It is incredible, and it is
Below are pictures of the Wheels of Faith MM
Christmas party that was held in Geneva, Florida. We
were blessed to to be able to have the party at
Danville Hangar. The pictures do not do it justice.
What a great time to reflect on our Savior and what
He has accomplished this year.
Thank you for your prayer and support of this
Chaplain Scott Shares
The start of the food line at the WOF Christmas
Danville Hanger in Geneva Florida made
for a great Christmas Party (www.danvillehangar.com)
Autumn in Florida brings Biketoberfest. This year we
had several of our Wheels of Faith MM chapters
working the streets of Daytona. We didn't have a
booth, but rather worked the sidewalks where bikes
are parked. Biketoberfest is only a couple days
long, but 69 people gave their lives to
Christ. It was another great outreach on the streets
While in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania this in October I
had the opportunity to connect with Pittsburgh City
Outreach. This is a great church doing great things
for God. A group of young people were visiting the
church from Fair Ridge, Pa, the same weekend and
came to do an outreach downtown. I partnered with
them and 12 people gave their lives to Christ
through these young people and the men's and ladies
team at Pittsburgh City Outreach.
Prayer and organizing before the event
Team member sharing with man
Panama City Beach Outreach was amazing. This was the
first attempt at working the autumn rally. We took a
team of 14 with us from Orlando, and met another 15
from Alabama to work the outreach. The Florida team
had 6 salvations on the way to the event. It was
amazing. They worked two locations on Friday, with
72 decisions for Christ, and then 6 more on the way
back to Orlando totaling 94. The Alabama team worked
one location and had another 10 commitments on
Saturday. What a soul winning team we have, and we
are thankful to God for the help. There were a
104 total of
commitments to Christ at this event.
On the bus making giveaways.
Dan at the rest area sharing.
Family saved from last year's event
The team working the ministry booth with the wheel
of dysfunction and the Compass chopper.
Sturgis Rally 2009 was incredible. We had a team of
20 people that included two Sr. Pastors and a lay
pastor and others that were on disability or
unemployed. Our team worked Sunday thru Thursday in
Hill City operating two locations. Young and old,
individuals and families were giving their lives to
Christ as their Lord and Savior. Our ministry booth
was the busiest booth on Main Street again this year
according to those passing by. Below are some
pictures of some of those who were saved. We do
follow up on the new converts to help them get in a
church, and we also give them a Hope for the Highway
Biker Bible. We had a bilingual worker with us that
ministered in Spanish and gave out Spanish bibles to
Decisions For Christ!
Ira saved last year
Family receives Christ as Lord
Father +Son Receive Christ
The 2009 Sturgis Team
422 Follow Up Cards
We made the front page of paper
and ministry VIDEO of Sturgis (10min.)
Sturgis Biker Rally
All the funds have been raised or promised for
everyone to travel to the Sturgis Rally. We will be
traveling July 30 to August 9. Thank you for giving,
and thank you in advance for praying for us as we
travel and minister. We have a second team leaving
from South Carolina that need your prayers also. We
are taking the unemployed and others to invade the
Mental Health for Bikers + Sturgis Preparations
I have just completed a Master's Degree with a dual
major in Mental Health Counseling and Marriage and
Family Therapy. I have put a poster in the local
biker bar advertising for free professional
therapy for all bikes and their family. We have had
some takers, and we can see the results! The stories
are confidential, so I can not share the details,
but God is using this to reach the lost.
We are also working on taking unemployed workers who
love the Lord to help share the Gospel at our booth
in South Dakota at the Sturgis Biker Rally.
They will be given transportation there in a large,
borrowed RV, meals, and lodging for only $850 per
person. They do not have the money to go, but you
may be able to help them go. Maybe you can give
toward this outreach, or maybe you can come. We see
hundreds saved at these outreaches, we expect the
same for this one. Lets go into the highways and
byways and compel them to come in!
We need you to partner with us and
give, so these folks can use their time off to put
the devil under their feet!
Panama City Beach Outreach 55
Thunder Beach Motorcycle Rally was incredible again
this year. We had 4 AGRFMM (Assemblies of God Motor
Ministries and Riding Fellowship) churches work with
us this year. Many of the workers this year had
never participated in street ministry before. We
taught them how to do street ministry and soon they
were leading bikers to Christ. We worked for 2 1/2
days and reaped 55 souls.
Would you like to spin the
wheel? These men did
and accepted Christ too!
Follow up cards are used.
Amazing - 285
Saved at Daytona Bike Week!
Daytona Bike Week was amazing this year. We saw
people from countries all over the world
giving their lives to Jesus. Chaplain Scott
organized the outreach, which included help from 12
AGRFMM (Assemblies of God Motor Ministries and
Riding Fellowship) churches. The church workers were
trained by Chaplain Scott and then let loose at
Daytona Beach. Chaplain Scott was asked by the
master of ceremonies to come to the grandstand
several times to pray over the crowd. Other
motorcycle ministries came to the AGRFMM booth
to ask what we were doing to be so effective.
Chaplain Scott trained them so that they might have
better results. It was a hard 10 days, but it was
worth the time and money. Thank you to the 12
churches that participated, and for the hundreds
that were praying. It made a difference!
The AGRFMM and Wheels of Faith Booth is Ready in
Scott Prays at the Grandstand
Hundreds come to the booth and find Christ!
Rich prays with 2 for salvation
The Chopper draws them in the area
Chaplain Scott and his bride of 25 years rejoice
Here are the 285 follow up cards from Daytona Bike
Recently Chaplain Scott and some of his team
visited a Motorcycle Club who are clean and sober.
Armed with Life Recovery Bibles made specifically
for the 12 step program that they are working
through, Chaplain Scott offered the bibles to the
meeting participants. 9 individuals rushed over to
get what the AA groups call the Big Big Book, the
Word of God. It was exciting to see people in
America desiring the Word of God!
He and his team also visited some of the 1%er
clubs in the area keeping open lines of
communication with these groups. Wheels of Faith MM
is growing across the nation and it is very
important to keep God's favor with the motorcycle
clubs. We are excited to be starting 2 more
chapters, one in Leesburg, Florida, and the other in
Many lives were touched this year through
evangelism, and hundreds and hundreds found Jesus
through Wheels of Faith Outreaches. Churches that
have chapters are seeing lives touched in their
local community through this ministry. Thank you for
your support of this ministry as we partner together
and help to change America bringing people to Jesus
Have a Merry
Christmas and a Blessed New Year
October November 2008
Chaplain Scott and his team were at Octoberfest
in Florida and they were set up at Orlando Harley
Davidson. The dealership had a chili cook-off that
Chapter 1 Wheels of Faith chapter helped with. They
theme was outhouse chili, and it was a great hit.
Bikers came by the booth and we were able to pray
and minister to folks. Sally received a 1st place
for presentation and it was great exposure for the
ministry. We were the only ministry that
participated in the event.
At the Pen-Florida Men's convention this year we
had an opportunity to talk about motorcycle ministry
and how to help grow your church through motorcycle
ministry. We shared tools on how to be a great soul
winner. We also put on a scavenger hunt before the
conference. The conference was a great success
through the leadership of Ed White again this year.
People coming to the booth to see our setup and try
the chili. Others were ministered to at the booth.
August/ September 2008
Sturgis Rally 253 +7 =
Chaplain Scott and his team of AGRFMM and Wheels
of Faith riders worked with Lighthouse Assembly in
Hill City for some ministry at the water booth. Men,
women, and children came to the booth
for the free items that were being given away. It
was a move of God on the streets of Hill City at the
Sturgis Rally. His team led 253 to the Lord, and the
host church, Lighthouse Assembly in Hill City, led 7
more to the Lord Friday night after the team headed
The people impacted by this outreach include 32 states and 6
foreign countries. Thanks to Lighthouse AG (Hill
City, SD), Capital Christian Center (Montgomery, Al),
Seneca AG (Seneca, SC), Ridge AG (Davenport, Fl), and
Faith Assembly (Orlando, Fl), for sending teams to
work the booth this year.
Is this ministry valid? The 253 that found Christ
this week think so. Thank you for your support of
Chaplain Scott Bush.
The pastor at Hill City S.D. writes, "Once
again thank you for the ministry of your team at our
Tent. You and your team are some of the finest men
and women of God...How can I praise God for the good
things he has done in this last week? His love and
mercy, grace and forgiveness were active here to
The team leads 3 to the Lord
Blaine came back this year to thanks us. The water booth next to an open bar
Young children came in at were saved A Jewish girl saved ! Our tent from a bird's eye view
The Commitment cards filled out by those
accepted Christ at this event. Now for the
Front page of the local paper-the team!
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Wheels of Faith and the Red and
In July, Chaplain
Scott and his Wheels of Faith MM team put on a
benefit for a biker who was injured, and bedridden,
in an accident many months ago. WOF and the Banditos
worked together along with other clubs to raise
money for the downed biker's family. It was a great
time of building relationships and sharing the love
of Jesus to everyone there. The gospel message was
shared with the 250 folks that were there along with
a prayer of salvation. 15 WOF members from Florida,
2 members from South Carolina, and dozens of WOF
members from Alabama participated in the event,
which was a huge success. This event was held at an
Assembly of God church!
The Wheels of Faith MM team pray before the outreach
Patching 9 new members
The crowd gathering for the sharing of the Gospel by
Saved at Biker Rally in Panama City, Florida.
Many people (75) were saved at Panama City
Beach's Thunder Beach. We were at two locations
sharing using our teams. The above right picture
shows our team sharing the gospel with four people
at a time. We were set up at a motorcycle shop as
shown in the picture on the left. The other team was
doing a bike wash on the other side of town wining
the lost there. It was incredible!
5th Annual A/G Rally
The 5th Annual Rally was held in
North Alabama. There were many churches in
attendance. We our team taught 8 training sessions
on ministering to bikers, operating a small group
ministry, safety and many other topics relevant to a
church based ministry. We had some incredible rides
and a great time of fellowship. The rally was held
at Springville camp in Alabama, and sponsored in
part by the Alabama District Council.
PowWow, Fort Meade FL
2008 PowWow had an attendance of
around 2500 boys. Wheels of Faith MM had a ride in
with six churches participating. The boys were very
excited about seeing all the bikes at the event. The
golf cart, followed by the Compass Chopper led the
parade around the loop for all the boys to see. It
created a lot of excitement for these boys, who are
changing the world through Royal Rangers!
Pastor Ed Keaton received his WOF patch with his
been the best year ever for souls into the Kingdom
of God. Hundreds and hundreds have been saved
this year as a result of outreaches and one on one
ministry. Go the Past Newsletters for pictures and
Mobile Alabama Car Show
Chaplain Scott worked with City Church in Mobile
Alabama at their car show at a local mall. Chaplain
Scott had the Custom Chopper there and every person
who came over to see the Chopper that was not
serving God gave their lives to Jesus Christ. One
little girl that really touched his heart is
pictured on the left. This new little saint is
wearing a salvation bracelet that she received after
praying. Bracelets were made by the missionettes of
Faith Assembly in Orlando, Florida. Thank you
Royal Ranger Round Up (below)
Chaplain Scott recently spoke at the Section 5 Royal
Ranger Round Up meeting in Paisley, Florida. Here
young boys gather to experience the outdoors,
fellowship with each other and are encouraged and
challenged by teaching. Chaplain Scott shared this
year both evenings. Many boys were filled with the
Holy Spirit that weekend around the campfire!
Meetings around the campfire
Montgomery Alabama Toyland Express
This year in Montgomery, the Toyland Express,
put on by the Wheels of Faith MM chapter at Capital
Christian Center, was a hug success. The ride
started at the local Harley Davidson dealership and
ended at Capital Christian Center. There were near
125 bikes and even more people. Hundreds of dollars
were raised for children in the area, along with an
enormous amount of gifts. A gospel message was given
at the conclusion, and six people gave their
lives to Jesus Christ. Others received prayer
and other ministry. It was a huge success, and many
decided to start attending the local motorcycle
friendly churches in the area.
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Assemblies of God Riding
Fellowship and Motorcycle Ministry
Rally in North Georgia
We had our annual AGRFMM Rally recently and again it
was a huge success. Riders came from several states
to take part of this great fellowship and training.
There were training sessions throughout the week to
share knowledge on how to build relationships to
safety and how to minister on the streets. The rally
for 2008 will be held in the beautiful hills of
Alabama in April 2008.
Alabama District Men's Encounter
and WOF MM
Alabama District Council adopted Wheels of
Faith MM as their motorcycle ministry for their
state. This partnership was kicked off at
the District Men's Encounter with nearly 800 men.
District Superintendent Glover got in the action as
he sits on the Wheels of Faith Compass Bike. This
was an incredible event and Wheels of Faith chapters
are blossoming in Alabama. Ken Draughn, District
Men's Director, received his Wheels of Faith MM
patch on stage.
August/ September 2007
Sturgis South Dakota was an
incredible outreach. We partnered with Lighthouse
Assembly in Hill City SD.
177 people were saved! It was a
sovereign move of God in the Black Hills. In the
four days that we worked the booth, so many people
were getting saved so fast that we could hardly keep
up with the crowd. We had to add an extra table for
filling out commitment cards to move the newly saved
bikers away of the front of the booth to make room
for the others behind them waiting to pray the
across America came to the rally, including us.
Above is a picture of the team traveling in the
church bus with five motorcycles on the 20 foot
trailer. We had prayed and fasted for weeks, and we
were believing God for the Holy Spirit to move on
people's hearts, and that is what He did. On man,
John, was sick in bed for three days, and he said
that God woke him up and told him to go down to Main
Street to the water booth and he will be healed.
John got dressed and came to the water booth. Craig,
one of our team members from Jacksonville, led him
to the Lord, and then he prayed for his healing.
John was instantly healed! We saw John two days
later and he was perfectly well. John said that
coming to the water booth was the highlight of his
week, receiving Christ and being healed. Below is
his picture with Craig (right).
John Saved and Healed at Water Booth.
Saved together with flashlight giveaway in
hand. The Chopper was a huge draw for the booth
Everyone was looking at the Chopper! We then
directed them to the water booth, and they got
saved! The picture on the upper right is three
people getting saved. Craig is helping one lady fill
out her commitment card (left), Dan is leading
another one in the salvation prayer (center), and
Gerry from Lighthouse AG is sharing Jesus with a
One after another, after another, and on, and on it
went. We could hardly keep up with the crowds! Sit
on the chopper, drink the water, give your heart to
Jesus Christ, fill out the commitment card, and have
a changed life forever!
Entire families were getting saved
together. Three and four people at a time were
praying the salvation prayer. People were weeping in
the streets as God was moving in their lives.
Pictures can not accurately display what we saw God
do in the streets of Hill City!
Each card was folded in half and set in a pew as if
it was a person. This is what 177 commitment cards
look like. This church seats 114. The other 63 cards
had to be placed in the isle and out the door
because there was no room for them to be seated.
Image what a local outreach in your community would
do to your church.
Sally and I gave away our daughter to a wonderful
young man named Robbie. Bryna and Robbie were
married in Orlando. Bryna and Robbie have been
friends for many years and they finally were married
after both of them completed their bachelor's
degrees at the University of Central Florida. This
has been an exciting time for our family and a
transition that we have never experienced before.
They are a great couple and Bryna has always been a
princess, and it really shows forth in this picture
of their wedding day! Congratulations!
In August our team will leave
for Sturgis, South Dakota for the world famous
Sturgis Rally. We are in a prayer and fasting time
believing God for an incredible harvest of souls. We
have 6 churches working together as a team at this
event! Pray with us for souls at this biker rally!
May/ June 2007
Thunder Beach in Panama City Beach
The Assemblies of God Riding Fellowship and Motor
Ministry and Wheels of Faith MM worked together with
Chaplain Scott at this rally along the beach. There
were 108 people
saved at this event. There were 6
churches working together to win the lost.
Convoy of Hope donated 28,000 bottles of PowerAde to
be given away. We passed out Mark Correll's book
From Harleys to Heaven, Crossroads DVDs, salvation
bracelets, bibles, and other literature. There was a
bike wash and a live band and one location, and we
also had a booth at the Bike Shop. There were about
50 people working together for the good fruit of
Just married and just saved on their
Three bikers on choppers saved together-Triplets!
The Bike Wash setup at Oneeighty along the main strip
Morning Devotions at Laguna Beach Christian
Sally Ministering to Children at
the Bike Shop
The Spanish team on the move with the Gospel
We have returned from our
Alabama trip. Capital Christian Center in Montgomery
held a car show and bike blessing at their church.
It was a great success. There were classic and
muscle cars, along with motorcycles. There were
about 225 people in attendance fellowshipping
together. Trophies and prizes were handed out and
then I shared the Word of God with them. It was an
incredible event, this being the second year for
their event. I also was blessed to share at
Cathedral of the Cross near Birmingham. This was a
great trip to Alabama with 12 people that we know of
making decisions for Christ, and 8 receiving the
Baptism in the Holy Spirit!
Chaplain Scott sharing the Word
Praying over the bikes and bikers
Bike Week Fish Bowl Outreach
March brings Bike Week
2007 and the Fish Bowl Outreach. We have a fish bowl
with fish and scenes in the water. There is a
criminal, anger and violence, and abuse scenes with
backgrounds of bail bonds, and a jail. We pump water
out of the fish bowl and run it through a Vortex
Voyager water purifier, and the water coming out is
pure. We compare it to living water that Jesus gives
us, and we share about the living water. People are
open to the message and we are ministering to people
at the Harley Davidson dealer where we are set up.
On this 10 day outreach, people made commitments for
Jesus, they were prayed for at the booth, they heard
the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We gave out DVDs,
Bibles, and other valuable items. Info on this
amazing disaster relief water purifier
Voyager Vortex here..
Set up for ministry at the Harley Dealer
Adding Ice to tell about Living Water
Ministry after dark at the booth
The Fishbowl and Living Water setup, free DVDs,
Bibles, Water, etc.
Florida F-3 Tornado Disaster Relief
Feb 2 a
killer tornado ripped through Lady Lake Florida.
There was no warning, and many people died in this
storm. Chaplain Scott and Rich Haines (President of
Oxford Wheels of Faith chapter) were there for
disaster assistance. With chain saw in hand we
helped several families with tree removal. One lady
named Barbara was trying to free her garage door that
was jammed with branches. Once free, the door was
opened and she was able to leave in her vehicle.
While talking to Barbara, last week was her first
time in church. Her house was barely touched, and
gave glory to God, who delivered her from disaster.
We stopped and helped several people in the disaster
area and prayed for those we met.
working at Rob and Yvonne's house there were about
50 inmates from a local prison that were assisting
in the cleanup. These inmates were moved with
compassion as they assisted, and over and over they
kept saying "we are so sorry".
We are believing God for a
Outreach Command Center that will include a 5th
Wheel and a 4 door truck. This Command Center will
be used for disaster relief, and it will be used for
outreaches at rallies across America. We have
a contact for a serious discount on this outreach
vehicle. If you would like to be a part of
purchasing this trailer or truck, contact
Chaplain Scott and National Road
Captain Plan Major Outreach in Panama
Scott and Jeff met Cathedral of the Cross Pastors
and leaders for a major outreach in Panama City that
will be held in May. There are 100,000 bikers that
attend this rally, and we are working on being right
in the center of the action with live music, give
away items, food, water and street evangelism. We
will be staying in Laguna Beach Christian Retreat,
which is just a few miles from the rally. Panama
City First A/G will be assisting with the rally, and
we have already met with some of their best people
also. Below is a picture from the beach where the
rally will be held, but hopefully it will be warmer
than it was in this picture...20 degrees that
morning! Join us at the Rally and stay at the Laguna
Beach Christian Retreat. Contact
Chaplain Scott for
Road Captain Jeff
Large Toy Hauler for ministry outreaches.