We are not a church nor are we affiliated with any denominational group. CRMM is simply a Christian ministry that supports the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and those principles which are Christ centered. We strongly encourage all our members to attend and support a local Bible-believing church where Christ is honored, the Bible is taught, and everyone is welcome.
We are not a gang or a club. We do not have membership fees, by-laws, or a "prospect" process. Our only requirement is that you are Born Again -- having accepted Jesus Christ as your personal Lord and Savior and confess that He alone offers us salvation for our sins.
We are not in competition with other motorcycle ministries, churches, clubs, or gangs. CRMM is an "open arms" ministry. Our goal is to promote Christian fellowship and to help Christians grow in their faith and share the message of Jesus Christ with the unsaved. We also seek unity within the church at large, which is the body of Christ, as we are all brothers and sisters in Christ regardless of church denomination, group labels, or style of worship. We will never prohibit members from attending church services, bible studies, or other fellowship groups. We welcome cooperation from any other church body, and as an "open arms" ministry, we hope that members from other ministries will freely fellowship with us. We will also never restrict our members from being members of other Christian motorcycle ministries.
We are not about gaining attention or admiration from others. We are not about riding around or walking around looking for a good photo op while wearing the ministry patch set. Our main focus is what Jesus commanded all Christians to do. Jesus calls every Christian to step out in faith and spread the Gospel message. If you're a believer in Jesus Christ, where has He called you to go? Who has God put on your heart to share the gift of salvation? What steps can you take "to make disciples of all the nations"?
We are not about idolizing the biker lifestyle. We are not about wanting to look cool and emulate how a biker looks. You also won't see us selling "bike bling" or "biker bling". In Hebrew, this is known as "Chet ha'Egel" or "The Sin of the Calf". Idolatry is a violation of the Second Commandment (Exodus 20:4; Exodus 34:17; Leviticus 19:4; Deuteronomy 4:23; Deuteronomy 5:8; Deuteronomy 27:15). This prohibition of idols should not be interpreted as forbidding us to make any visual representation, but rather as forbidding us to worship one. Our concern here is whether one is pursuing a false god or the one true God. So you need to ask yourself, "Where do we draw the line? Is it acceptable to create icons such as jewelry, necklaces, belt buckles, and other items for the adoration of an organization?" Our patch set and member t-shirts are not meant as golden calves, but as a visual reminder to us and to educate others of what Jesus Christ did on the cross for our sins. These items are also used to establish the identification of our ministry in the motorcycle community. The material of these items are not the object of worship either. God has no shape or form, and is utterly incomparable; thus no image, idea, or anything comparable to creation could ever capture His essence. So what or who do you want to worship -- the biker, the biker lifestyle, an organization, or "the LORD your God"? We hope and pray you choose the latter. If you ever see "bike bling" or "biker bling" in our online store then we have forgotten what our focus is and have become no better than the idol worshipers that lived amongst the Israelites during Moses' day.