By Alexandra Tupy, 2022 missionary (rider on Mississippi Route) With the missionary season of Biking for Babies officially concluded for this year, the time formally
by Robert Newport, 2022 missionary (rider on Ohio Route) Day six was brutal. 132 miles and the last 30 were a march of attrition. 102
by Kevin Biese, 2022 missionary (rider on Mississippi Route) and Director of Health and Wellness A heavy fog was all around our team of yellow
I don’t know what God has in store for myself and Biking for Babies in 2021, but I know I’m not missing it. He has done so much work through myself and through this organization, that there’s no way I can say no. This is something that I am called to do.
When we last left Griffin’s testimony, he had committed to year 3 with Biking for Babies, had just decided to take his turn on the bike for the National Ride, and had just quit his job at St. Bernard’s for a new opportunity. His “God doing His thing” count? 11. Let’s pick back up.
Woah. I blink, and all of a sudden I’m about to do my fifth year with Biking for Babies. That’s nuts y’all (this is your
It is time for the “maybe” generation to say “yes” and mean it. It is what Christ asked of His earliest disciples and it should not shock us that He is asking us the same thing now.
by Grace Berger, 2020 missionary rider When I think of my experience with Biking for Babies all I can think is “wow.” I am left
I didn’t know it when I first signed up to be a missionary for Biking for Babies, but the pregnant women, their babies, and the centers that support them are why I am a missionary. It’s these people that pushed me and motivated me to stop standing still and to give everything.