Righteous Rides is pleased to invite you to participate in a FUN fundraiser. Top Golf recently opened in St. Louis and everyone is having a great time trying out this new entertainment venue. Here is your chance to have a great time and support a great charity. ...
Welcome to our first post crafted from notes entered in the Righteous Rides logbooks.
I recall as a very young gearhead (if you ever took apart the Tonka truck you got for Christmas and somehow managed to get most of it back together without losing your father’s tools…you qualify) being taken to the circus. I also recall, at said circus, being highly...
Listen to a recording of an interview about Righteous Rides that was done July 11, 2018 on KWRE’s Livewire program. Mark talks with Mike Thomas about the ministry and the upcoming Grand Opening and Family Fun Fair. Missionaries using Righteous Rides vans call into the program and share how the ministry has been helpful to them. This is a great clip to listen to if you are curious about what Righteous Rides is all about.
It seems like every charity on the planet is asking for car donations. But car donation programs are not created equally. Many programs are operated by 3rd party for-profit companies and very little of the value of the vehicle actually goes for a worthy charitable cause. In this short article we’d like to share with you 4 reasons why you may want to consider donating your car to Righteous Rides and why we think it is the best car donation program.
We are fortunate to have two great interns working in our shop this summer. They are awesome! Take a few minutes and read this article and get to know just a little about them.
Are you mad!? Mad scientists can be a little, well, mad. Not mad in the sense of hopping around red-faced after you dropped a very large wrench on your big toe on the one day you decided rockin’ the sandals in the shop was a good idea. No, I mean the...
Righteous Rides is having a grand opening and family fun fair on July 14th. Don’t miss it.
Most missionaries might not use “trenches” to describe their life of service. However, they’re no strangers to “a-trustin’” in the Lord. Such is the case with van 8396. If you recall from our previous installment, Ahmet, Rachael, and family (AJ, Sarah, and Rachel), on home assignment from their usual church planting duties, were on their way to Miami when they had an unexpected late-night visit with a deer.
Meeting missionaries with vehicle releases and returns has happened a hundred times over, but it’s always exciting! It’s exciting to hear their stories, to pray with them and connect for an oh-so-brief part of their furlough.