Sabbath Keepers Motorcycle Ministry

A Christian motorcycle ministry committed to spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ.

A message from SKMM's national president

Fellow SKMM Members,

I want to take a few minutes of your time to look back at this year (2015).

We started out very strong with lots of plans and ideas of where we wanted to go and things we wanted to accomplish. I want to end the year strong too. Don't you?

Getting our website more user friendly, having more tools for our members, better communication, better mentoring program, more events, more chapters, more members and most of all more divine appointments. 

Please give your officers some feedback on how you see things going.

Praise the Lord we had some firsts this year: a booth at GC Session in Texas and a booth at Sturgis' 75th Annual Rally.

We also have grown some, with a new chapter in Hawaii, Arkansas and So Cal.

We have interested people in Australia and Texas not to mention more people in California. 

This year we gave away more literature than ever before, thanks to everyone that has a burden to reach all bikers with God's message.

My heart is full when I think of everything God has done for this ministry. I pray for this ministry every day, and I would covet your prayers for me! Praise the Lord, he allows us to be part of these ending moments of history.

Thank you all for your support as we keep trying to find the best ways to keep this ministry strong and vibrant.

As always a big thank you to the leaders in all areas, what we do can sometimes be considered hard, thankless work but let me tell you, IT IS WORTH IT, all it takes is one soul to find the Lord and I get so excited. I don't need a thing more.

Jesus is coming soon, keep focused on that and don't lose focus.

As one of my brothers always says, "We do this one book, one smile, one hug, one prayer at a time for Jesus."

The year is not over, and I know we have more ahead so keep praying for that divine appointment as you ride through the final months of 2015.

Thank you and may God bless you and this ministry.

Tony Lambert
National President