Liberators Mission Statement
The Liberators exist to reach motorcyclists with the Gospel and see lives changed through riding and motorcycle activities.
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Mission statement refined:
Liberators Vision Statement
We are dedicated to seeing lives transformed through the power of the Gospel and saving grace of Jesus Christ. We will achieve this through focusing on evangelism, discipleship and fellowship and the growth of the ministry across the region and nation through chapters dedicated to this same vision.
We will spread the message of salvation through Jesus Christ. We will do so by establishing relationships with motorcyclists through Liberators’ sponsored events such as Blessing of the Bikes and dinner rides. To establish a presence within the motorcycling community through involvement in local, regional, and national motorcycle events such as Sturgis, Laconia, Pappy’s Run, toy and gift runs, etc. We will build relationships by caring for and serving others with the belief that this will open doors of opportunity to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
It is our goal to promote spiritual growth in the lives of all motorcyclists. We will provide opportunities for growth through involvement in motorcycle based Life Groups for men and women, one on one encouragement, mentorship and accountability. We will provide training to enable members to share Christ’s message of salvation with fellow motorcyclists. We will offer opportunities to learn about Christianity and who God is.
Fellowship will be an integral part of the Liberators. We realize that Jesus is a friend to all and we welcome all riders regardless of age, race, gender or type of motorcycle ridden. We will offer opportunities to participate in motorcycle events, rides and trips to enjoy each others company and the roads around us. We will support worthy local charity runs as well as conduct our own. It is our hope that through this fellowship we will be more than just a motorcycle ministry but instead a family and community of motorcycling enthusiasts.