We ride to get there

We ride to get there
July 13, 2022

By Renee McCullough

I began my ride in Ontonagon, Michigan a little over two weeks ago. During the first week, we were on a long ride which was extended by six miles due to an unexpected road closure.  

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Giving back locally in Sharon, Pennsylvania

Giving back locally in Sharon, Pennsylvania
July 12, 2022

By Dan Hepp

We enjoyed a build day in Sharon, Pennsylvania. The build day is our opportunity to work with the local Fuller Center covenant partner on projects to help low income families in the area. There were two projects waiting for our group when we arrived.

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Working alongside communities in Aurora, Ohio

Working alongside communities in Aurora, Ohio
July 11, 2022

By Pam Vanhoose

Saturday was a build day with the Fuller Center for Housing of Northwest Portage County. They had several projects for us to do so they had us break up into different teams.

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Blessing neighbors through repair projects

Blessing neighbors through repair projects
July 9, 2022

By Mike Schuck

We rolled into Aurora, Ohio early on Friday afternoon after a fairly short ride from Bay Village. After a night’s rest we were off to a variety of build projects the next morning.

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A day in the life of a support and gear person

A day in the life of a support and gear person
July 8, 2022

By Cindy Hepp

As a support team member, Cindy Hepp shares about one day on the Bike Adventure! 

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Formula for bonding

Formula for bonding
July 7, 2022

By Scott Thurber

I’ve made an observation about developing deeper bonds with people that I want to try to remember.

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We’re on the back side of the ride now

We're on the back side of the ride now
July 6, 2022

By Gary Schroeder

A little over six weeks ago we left Seaside, Oregon for Sebago, Maine. Everybody could see from the map on the back of their shirts and jerseys where we were starting and where we were scheduled to end but nobody was really worried about Maine.  It was so distant that worrying about anything more than tomorrow’s ride seemed like fantasy.

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One mile at a time helps provide housing

One mile at a time helps provide housing
July 5, 2022

By Ron Vanhoose

Today’s ride was 75 miles from Williamston to Milan, Michigan. The weather was warm with a cloudy 70 degrees to start our ride, and with the first real humidity that we’ve felt. It was cloudy most of the day which kept the temps down and we finally got a sunny 85 degrees to finish the ride. 

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Thankful for churches along the way

Thankful for churches along the way
July 4, 2022

By Rolff Christensen

I have been fortunate AND convicted to watch how members of churches where we’ve been staying have fulfilled the exhortation the Apostle Paul gave to the members of the church at Philippi.

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Bicycling in a godly way

Bicycling in a godly way
July 2, 2022

By Mark Kinzer

In 1 Timothy 4:8 it says, “for while bodily training is of some value, godliness is of value in every way, as it holds promise for the present life and also for the life to come.”

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