From The Chaplain

Dan Workenaour – April 3, 2021

Many of us have changed how we live our lives. But we also know that life must go on. This year, 2021, things are looking up. People are getting vaccinated for COVID and states and municipalities are lifting masks restrictions. The pandemic will not ever go away. Having faith in our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, life is always good and we must remember that, “I can do All things through Christ who strengthens me.” Philippians 4:13

Yesterday, (April 2) I officiated a funeral for my wife’s aunt. Although it was open for friends to attend, only family came. This was a reminder that friends are being cautious. The funeral home mandated for its visitors to wear a mask. But will not enforce it if the visitor does not want to wear one. This is how its going to be for many places. At a restaurant, you have to wear a mask as you enter, but once seated, you can remove it although you are well within six feet of the person to your left or right. Wearing a mask has become a normal thing for many. Others are looking forward when the day comes that it is no longer required.

We, as riders, are starting to see events being planned. Parades are scheduled and so far, two long distance rides for this year. Keep up to date on the website calendar of events and meetings.

Peace be with you,

Dan Workenaour

“You are stronger than you think, because the power of Almighty God is available to you. Your strength is renewed when you trust Him.” Kendra Tillman

“Beloved, I pray that all may go well with you and that you may be in good health, as it goes well with your soul.” – 3 John 1:2