Welcome to Fellowship Riders Lubbock Motorcycle Ministry
Fellowship Riders is is a group of men and women who have 2 things in common.
1. A love of God
2. A love of motorcycles
If you have a street legal motorcycle, or know someone who will let you ride on the back of theirs, come on out! If you understand the motto “Live to ride, Ride to eat!” Then plan on joining us.
Where and when we ride:
No membership dues or fees are required. You will however be asked to sign a safety waiver prior to the ride. We meet every Friday evening at the Kohl’s parking lot on 98th and Indiana at 6:00 PM, and departing at 6:25 pm, riding from 60 to 100 miles as a group to a resturant picked at random each week. Ride routes are carefully planned, taking advantage of as many scenic back roads as possible. We will ride back as a group and each rider can leave the group as needed. On the 2nd Saturday of each month we plan weekend rides. Come join in the ride, the fun, and the fellowship.
Fellowship Riders Lubbock now has a Facebook Page. Look up Fellowship Riders Lubbock Trip Planning Page. We will put all of our rides on it to keep you updated. You will still need to go to www.fellowshipriderslubbock.org to get ride details. We hope that you will follow us on face book. We also have a FRL Yahoo Group for information on rides and schedules.
2020 FRL Angel Tree Christmas Delivery
Let’s make this happen! The children of incarcerated parents need hope for tomorrow in such a challenging and often lonely time. We know who holds that hope. Let’s not hesitate to share it with them.
For more schedule details and for updates in the planning follow us at the Fellowship Riders Trip Planning Page on Facebook.
Our mission is to share the love of Christian fellowship, motorcycles and the local church through safety, excellence and service. This mission is accomplished by The Fellowship Riders working with and through their local church to provide opportunities for Christian fellowship through frequent, safe, and well-organized group motorcycle rides. Read more…
FRL NOW : Word For the Week
Dulce Andrade Benitez’s first memory of her father Gilberto was when she was four—when she and her mother moved from Mexico to California to live with him. Before that, nothing. He had gone to prison when she was 10 days old.
“I didn’t like him, because I did not know him,” she says. “To me, my dad was [like] my uncle.”
Dulce was six when Gilberto went back to prison. “When the police got there to take him away, he just grabbed my hand and he said, ‘I’m going to leave for a long time and you have to take care of your mom and your sister.'”
Over the next two decades, this became the pattern with her dad: out of prison for a while, then back in again for another drug-related charge. She’s added it up. She’s only lived three of her 22 years in same house as her father.
Important days like special Father’s Day events, or school events that involved two parents. And especially holidays.
WHAT HURT THE MOST
Confused and shocked by her father’s incarceration, a young Dulce had to mature quickly. Her mother, an immigrant, didn’t have more than a middle school education and had previously depended on her husband for financial support. They now survived on welfare and the little Dulce’s mother brought in from selling beauty care products, babysitting, and cleaning houses. The small family of three lived in a trailer park in a “really socially disorganized area” in San Diego. Dulce remembers the family had to drive far to get a visit with Dad at whatever prison he was currently in. read more…
FELLOWSHIP RIDERS has made it easy for you to generate your own personalized ICE card. CLICK HERE to open the document, then follow the simple instructions to complete the card. You may generate a personalized card for each member of your family by clearing each field and re-entering their information.