Hey Driver, Where Ya Headed?

You've been asked that question about a million times. Usually, we answer in terms of our immediate destination. We might say something like, "I'm going to try to make the Guitar City before I shut her down tonight." Sometimes we think a little further ahead and we might answer, "I'm headed out to the shak'y side for a Monday delivery." I'd like to get you to think a little further ahead. Driver, where is your life headed? What is your ultimate destination? Who plots the course for your life?

The word of God tells us we all are headed somewhere. God's word declares that every human being who ever lives will live for eternity either with God or separated from God in hell.

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Our Purpose


Reaching the American Trucker for Jesus Christ through the local Church.

Luke 14:23 And the lord said unto the servant, Go out into the highways and hedges, and compel them to come in, that my house may be filled.

At Truckers Christian Chapel Ministries it is our goal to provide as many Chapel Locations as the Lord allows, within a truck stop setting familiar to the road drivers & travelers, easily accessible to them, and most importantly, through and with the local church.

All of our Chapel Locations work through the Local Church. The Local Church provides the workers who have been recognized by the church to have the gifts of administration, evangelism, knowledge of scripture, teaching and counseling. They are commissioned by the church and the church has the autonomy to oversee the work of the ministry as an extension of it's work and mission endeavor, ministering to the needs of the drivers and travelers. In this way, we partner with the Church, training the Chaplains and overseeing the work, maintaining contacts with the Church, Truck Stop Corporations and Chaplains so that all are working together bringing about a worshipful experience.

We provide Chapel Services, Bible Studies, Prayer, Counseling, and just plain old Fellowship.

The Need for Local Church Involvement in the Trucking Industry

TLondon_OH_Chapelhere are an estimated 8.5 million trucker drivers in the U.S.  With many of these drivers being long haul, over-the-road drivers, this represents a huge field of opportunity for evangelism and discipleship.

Truckers face unique stresses every day. Besides the day to day stress of driving itself, many face financial problems, marital problems, loneliness, and depression. Many unsaved drivers find the answer to their problems in trucker chapels across the nation. At times, these drivers find that they cannot cope with the problems on their own. They wander into a truck stop chapel hoping to find some answers or encouragement. This is where many have found a new life and new beginning by hearing the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

There are also many truckers who are Christians who have to be away from their families and home churches for weeks at a time. Truckers chapels in truck stops across the nation provide Christian fellowship, encouragement, worship, and solid Bible teaching to help them in their daily living and witnessing on the road.

You can skip to the video below for a detail of Local Church Involvement and come back to the next lines, or just continue from here.

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Bill and Peggy Stephenson Case

On May 29th, 2011, William and Peggy Stephenson were found murdered inside their home located in Florence Kentucky.  A family member discovered their bodies after William aka “Bill” did not show up for the Sunday service at the Truckers Chapel, or the services held at Union Baptist Church.  Bill Stephenson ran the Truckers Chapel at the Travel America Truck Stop in Florence for many years.  Bill and Peggy Stephenson were both 74 years old at the time of their death.

Update:

This case has been accepted by Cold Case Files and a National team of experts are trying to solve this mystery. A $5000 reward is being offered for any informatioin leading to an arrest in the case. Anyone with information in the case is asked to contact the Boone County Sheriff's Dept. at (859) 334-2175 or Crime Stoppers at (513) 352-3040.

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TCCM can fully recommend this ministry to hikers who hike the Appalachian Trail. We're blessed to know personally Circuit-Rider and Sherlock and have them as friends and Brothers. Visit their site and keep up, (if you can) with the route along the trail from Georgia to Maine every year. Visit http://www.heartbeatat.com/

For those who seek fellowship with the wilderness, . . . "Be still and know that I am God."
Psalm 46:10

Truckers' Wives Forum is a place where you can network with the wives of other truck drivers to give and receive encouragement, share your joys and sorrows, and receive support in your role as a trucker's wife.

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Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) is a 501(c)3 that exists to educate, equip, empower and mobilize members of the trucking and travel plaza industry to combat domestic sex trafficking.

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We also have other partners in various ministries. To learn more about them, please visit our Partners page on this website.

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TCCM agrees with all the efforts that Truckers Against Human Trafficking work towards, in making Truckers and all Truck related industries aware of this outrage against humanity, and embraces them as a Partner Ministry. Truckers Against Trafficking recognizes that members of the trucking industry and individual truckers are invaluable in the fight against this heinous crime.

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