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- The Experience of Many Lifetimes: a reflection of the Eastern Ride
- Support Local: ride with us in Illinois on July 15!
- SouthWest Options for Women: serving families, multiple generations at a time
- Down Home Pro-Life: how a Southern girl joined the Midwest movement
- PRC of Rolla director to speak at B4B Celebration of Life
FROM THE ARCHIVES
“Because within the incidents and outside of the incidents (including severe thunderstorms, broken bikes, and nonexistent roads), there was immeasurable beauty, joy, trust, hope, and radical love. The fact that we were able to feel the sun, to choose to overcome, to be joyful—those moments reminded us of the beauty of our life, and we were invited not to take them for granted.” Read Sarah’s reflection on this year’s Eastern Ride!
If you’re in the greater Chicagoland area, check out this local opportunity to ride with B4B! On July 15, grab the family and the bikes, and cruise along the Illinois Prairie Path in Glen Ellyn. Support local!
Biking for Babies values showing you firsthand what life-saving work is happening in PRCs due to your financial gifts and prayers. First-year rider Dirk reached out to SWOW’s executive director about what’s been happening in their clinic, and she shared this amazing story with us.
“Two bikes and a crowd. My interest was piqued. This is how I learned about Biking for Babies, at a conference last January. Simply put, I was curious. Curious to use my athletic gifts for more than just myself. ” Read on for the full story!
Erin is a second-year rider for Biking for Babies. Last year, she rode with the Southern Team, even though she’s a Chicago-area native! This year, she’ll be rolling down the Mississippi on the Northern Route. Read on as she describes the PRC she’s been partnered with: Pregnancy Resource Center of Rolla.
Julia is a first-year rider from Orlando, FL. She has been partnered with a PRC in Covington, LA, and we know many of our friends from the area already volunteer with Northlake! She shares how people can get involved both locally and nationally to support this center.
Biking for Babies is a month away from kicking off its 9th annual national ride as an organization. Trainer and rider Kevin is preparing for his 7th Biking for Babies ride and this time of year always has him asking an honest question: “am I ready?”
Year after year, Biking for Babies missionaries establish local rides to raise funds, raise awareness, and also to continue training in community. Jonathan shares about last year’s Wisconsin ride, ridden with “gusts of trial and the hills of torment,” and completely blessed with friendships, evangelization, and encouragement. And you can be involved with this year’s ride; it’s this weekend (June 3-4)!