The Bus Ministry

The bus ministry has been responsible for bringing millions of people to church. But does it still work? Is the bus ministry still worth our time? Is it still worth our money? Is it still relevant?



Jolene

Jolene Sloan

When I was born, my parents were twenty years of age and were not Christians. My mother abused me when I was only a year old. She burned my hands with hot tap water from the faucet, broke five of my ribs, my shoulder, my wrist, and my nose.

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Jerry

Jerry White

When I was 14 years-old, a bus captain knocked on my family’s door and led my mom to Christ. Every week, bus workers would come and invite my family to church, but we would give them a new excuse every week. They were persistent so, finally, we came one Sunday…

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Daisy

Daisy

I’m Daisy and I’m a bus kid. At first, my parents used the bus as a free baby-sitting service, sending me as a four-year old girl each week with my older brother. Little did they know that this free babysitting service would change our family’s lives forever.

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