Logbook Lines – Ministry and Co-Laboring

For we are God's fellow workers. . . .According to the grace of God given to me, like a skilled master builder I laid a foundation, and someone else is building upon it. 1 Cor. 3:9-10 ESV Notes from Logbook – Winter 2016 & Fall 2016 Mileage Entries: 198,051 and...

Hubbin’ It Up In St. Louis: Hub Summit 2019

Hubbin’ It Up In St. Louis: Hub Summit 2019

H.U.B.S - Humble, Unified, Blessings, Savory It started with a phone call.  Righteous Rides hub coordinators Bret and Tina Byus were speaking on the phone with their Atlanta representative about the growing problem of disconnected hubs. They came to the conclusion...

Our Sweet Donors Are A Blessing!

Our Sweet Donors Are A Blessing!

Hi everyone! This is Jordan Stafford, the summer writing intern for Righteous Rides. I wanted to share a fun story about a donor that I met this week.  I had the pleasure of traveling with Barb Rogers (Vehicle Donation Coordinator/Volunteer) to pick up a large...

Using Our AmazonSmile

Using Our AmazonSmile

Do you shop on Amazon? Do you want to help Righteous Rides? We have the perfect way for you to help! AmazonSmile is exactly the same as Amazon, the only difference is that you will go to smile.amazon.com instead of amazon.com. The AmazonSmile website is operated by...

Bittersweet

Bittersweet

Logbook Lines: So I went to the angel and told him to give me the little scroll. And he said to me, “Take and eat it; it will make your stomach bitter, but in your mouth it will be sweet as honey.” Rev. 10:9 LIFE – There is nothing sweeter than what comes from knowing...

Help Wanted: Gargoyles

Help Wanted: Gargoyles

And the Answer Is... I have it all figured out.  The answer is: gargoyles.   The question is related to how the fine folks at Righteous Rides can fix all of the little holes in the roof.  If you paid any attention to my previous missive (Hey, some people do….)  you...

Right Amount of Margin

Right Amount of Margin

What does margin mean? And how can it be referred to as right or wrong? We’ve heard the border or empty space around print on a page called a “margin.” We have heard of teams winning a game by a convincing “margin.” Sometimes we use the term “margin” to...

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