There are no membership dues or fees to be a member of RRJ. The ministry of RRJ operates entirely on contributions.
All contributions received will be used to carry out the mission of the RRJ ministry.
You can become familiar with RRJ by reviewing the About Us page, specifically the Constitution which can be printed for your reference.
The ROAD RIDERS FOR JESUS…
Is a non-profit, non-denominational organization fo Christian Motorcyclists. We are not just a ride group or a Christian club, but we are also a Motorcycle Ministry (M/M).
As we travel the highways and roadways, we seek to fulfill the Great Commission of our Lord by sharing the good news of Salvation with others, especially those of the motorcycling world.
LIVING FOR GOD…
We believe that in order for our members to share the love of God , they must be born-again according to God’s Holy Word in Romans 10:9 & 10, (“That if you confess with your mouth, Jesus is Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved. For it is with your heart that you believe and are justified, and it is with your mouth that you confess and are saved.”) RRJ members must also exhibit a lifestyle that is pleasing to God and honors His Word.
RIDING FOR JESUS…
We believe our motorcycles are tools to be used of the Lord as a way of reaching the lost, encouraging new converts and providing Christian fellowship.
LED BY THE SPIRIT…
We believe in the devine guidance of the Holy Spirit and as the doors of opportunity are opened, we will share the gospel of Jesus Christ and the love of God. This is achieved by participating in secular, as well as Christian events such as rallies, benefit rides, tours and other related activities.
A Key to your ride in RRJ
By joining with Road Riders for Jesus there are expectations as it is a ministry NOT a club.
If there is a chapter near you, join it and be faithful to attend meetings and events. Commit yourself to the vision, be an active member and let your chapter know they can count on you. Wear your colours , especially when you ride.
Commit yourself to loving our Lord, your chapter and those we endeavour to minister to. “You shall love you’re the Lord with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your strength and with all your mind, and your neighbour as yourself.” (Luke 10:27).
Pray for your Chapter and its’ officers. The devil knows that if he can topple a spiritual leader or get him discouraged enough to quit, it will have a domino effect on the rest of the chapter. The chapter leaders are on the cutting edge of the battle with satan and need to be prayed for fervently.
Get to know your chapter officers and cooperate with them. Show respect and cooperate with their authority within the chapter. Avoid challenging their right or worthiness to serve in their position., but accept that God has seen fit to place them in this position. (Rom.13:1)
Help shoulder the load of responsibility. Leaders of a chapter can often feel much as Moses did when Israel fought with Amelek. Their arms become weary under the weight of so many responsibilities and they need brothers and sisters to stand beside them and help distribute the load. The Lord never intends the Road Riders for Jesus Ministry to be carried by one person or a mere handful of people.
Apply the training, teaching and ministry to your life. It helps your Chapter Ministry when you like and conduct yourself in a Christ like manner. “Brethren, join in following my example and note those who so walk, as you have us for a pattern” (Phil. 3:17). Safe riding and witnessing to others and so on. Whether you realise it or not you are a billboard for your chapter and Road Riders for Jesus, especially when wearing your colours.
Seek out and use your gifts. According to scripture, the Lord distributes gifts to each in the body of Christ as it pleases him. Spiritual gifts are not provided merely for your own gratification but so the body of Christ (the church) would be edified or built up. God has given you gifts that will be a help to the chapter and it is up to you to discover, develop and utilize them to the glory of God.
Contribute to solutions and not problems. Be involved and help the chapter in some way. There is no place for matters that have a negative influence on the chapter – gossip, complaining misunderstandings that cause hurt feelings, discontent and so forth. Spiritually mature persons do not become part of these problems but contribute to solutions. Avoid divisive people (Rom. 16:17) and don’t get caught up in the mischief of grievances of others (1Tim. 5:13). Bring problems to the attention of the ministry leadership.