Testimonies

Jessica Rodriguez

Jessica Rodriguez

I was five years of age when I started riding the church bus at Pleasant Valley Baptist Church. My mom, stepdad and I had moved to California in October 1990, and that very weekend Mrs. Boise knocked on my door and invited me to church.

Angel Medrano

Church Bus

I can’t even begin to think where my life would be had it not been for the bus ministry! My name is Angel Medrano; I live in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. My wife and I are current members of Southwest Baptist Church under the leadership of Bro. Jason Gaddis who became pastor when Bro. Sam Davison retired in 2010.

Vincent Williams

Williams Family

In the early 1970′s, I was one of six children living on my parent’s dairy farm in upstate, Sherburne, New York. We were a poor family living way out in the country. I remember the Sunday night baths we would take to be ready for school the next day. That was the only time we would bathe aside from the occasional journey to the creek after we bailed hay. We were all stinky little children.

Keith Clark

Keith Clark

My name is Keith, and I’m a bus kid.

I thank God for the bus ministry. It was through the bus ministry, almost a decade ago, that I trusted Christ as my Savior. I now work in the ministry, and have answered the call to preach. I will attend Hyles-Anderson College in the Fall of 2012.

Russell Brock

Church Bus

My family moved to Oklahoma when I was nearly three years old. My dad was a drunkard and my mother not far from that. The church people from Windsor Hills Baptist Church started coming by and inviting my sister and me to ride the church bus. I don’t know exactly when we began riding the bus; however, when we did, the Lord began using me to speak to my mom’s heart.