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HonorBound Motorcycle Ministry (HBMM) is the national motorcycle ministry of the Assemblies of God and operates under the authority of the AG US Missions Chaplaincy Department.
The leadership is made up of nationally appointed AG US Missionaries who serve as motorcycle chaplains and are members of HBMM. New members to the Leadership team are added by consensus of the existing leadership team.
The current National Leadership Team members are: R. Duane Gryder, Curtis Hubbell, Keith Turcotte, Howard Raney, D. Wayne Evans, and Joshua Hubbell. Russ Cockrum has retired from the HBMM National Leadership Team, but is still and AG US Missionary.
This is a team effort and decisions regarding the ministry are decided together based on the majority of the team members.
Each of these team members are full time Assemblies of God U.S. Missionaries serving as Nationally Appointed Motorcycle Chaplains with HBMM. HBMM Chaplains become a part of the National Leadership Team by consensus of the other team members.
HBMM Members are encouraged to support HBMM Chaplains through the AG Missionary support system.
Clicking on the “SUPPORT” link on a specific chaplain will give you the opportunity to support that missionary on a monthly basis.
HBMM National Appointed Chaplains
that serve as the
National Leadership Team Members
| Russ Cockrum – Founder
Becoming a part of HonorBound Motorcycle Ministry
If you think you would like to start a HBMM chapter, you should read through the Getting Started page, the Operations Manual, and then contact one of the National Leadership Team. They are the ones that can guide you in the process and help insure that you are prepared to take this next step and can give you any updated information on HBMM. You can find their contact information by clciking on the links above or by going here: CONTACT CHAPLAINS
These regions show which chaplain will be responsible
1. For affirming all new members in a region
2. As your point of contact for new groups
To know which chaplain to contact for your region check out this map: