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Welcome to Motorsports Ministries

Motorsports Ministries is an organization conceived, developed, and operated to provide for the spiritual and emotional needs of the people involved in professional and amateur automobile racing. The ministry strives to bring balance and perspective, providing ministry and encouragement to the whole person. The ministry endeavors to influence the unchurched as well as those with a Christian commitment. Recognizing that life, like racing, is composed of multi dimensional experiences; Motorsports Ministries attempts to encourage individuals to understand the essence of life from a Christian viewpoint.


Epic Stories

Have you heard about Susan Boyle? Most of us have. The British singing sensation, whom everyone dismissed upon first glance, stunned the world with her amazing talent. Though her stage presence lacked she soon won us over with her commanding voice.

I love epic stories. Victories like that of Susan's are depicted in John Eldredge's book Waking the Dead. Stories about real people with real problems and how God meets them with real answers. And the stories John highlights are those we can relate to as well, Biblical and personal stories.

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Nelson Ledges Chaplain’s Notes - At SPA  

Back in the day (late 60’s or early 70’s) Sports Illustrated, yes Sports Illustrated, published an article with artist renderings some of the most difficult corners in auto racing. I bought two copies because some of the pictures were back to back and I wanted to put them up on my dorm room walls at Ohio State. Two of the corners, the Masta Kink and Burnenville, were from the original configuration of a Formula One Course I would definitely like to visit, the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps in the Ardennes Forest in Belgium. The natural beauty of the area looks spectacular. For history, both racing and world, few can match.

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Nelson Ledges Chaplain’s Notes  December 2009                                  
It’s that time of year when we think of toys for all the good little girls and boys. And maybe there will be some toys for some not “always good” big girls and boys. I am convinced that most racers like their stuff. Sometimes it is their racecar itself, a thing of beauty and speed. Other times it is their tools, enough that could keep even the most highly strung machine purring like a kitten. Maybe it is trophies they won or the winner’s cap or checkered flag. The photographs of victories, defeats or maybe just being out there competing are a treasure to most. (I think I looked great in my picture in that $ 1,500 borrowed Hankook driver’s suit at the Nelson LeMons race.) For those who are more in the spectator mode it may be models of their favorite races cars or a print of a famous victory. Racers and stuff seem to go together.

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