The Common Good
July-August 2001

As For Me and My Gang, We Shall Serve the Lord

by Rose Marie Berger, Susannah Hunter | July-August 2001

The Un-Chained Gang Motorcycle Ministry is a nondenominational outreach program of
born-again outlaw bikers in Bloomington, Indiana. Members take a vow of nonviolence for
the sake ...

The Un-Chained Gang Motorcycle Ministry is a nondenominational outreach program of born-again outlaw bikers in Bloomington, Indiana. Members take a vow of nonviolence for the sake of Jesus. They serve in jail and prison evangelism as well as ministry to the hard-core motorcycle world. For more on this ministry, see Riders for God (University of Illinois Press), by Rich Remsberg.

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