Trucking For The Word Of God Ministries Supports Truckers Across The Nation

Monday, September 9, 2019

Trucking for the Word of God Ministries is a licensed mobile ministry that supports truckers across the United States that cannot attend church due to providing a living for their families. The truckers miss many holidays, important family events and school activities.

The ministry, started by James Hodge, is to show and present inspiration to as many people as it can possibly reach.

Trucking for the Word of God is looking to provide trucker appreciation days to the drivers at truck stops across the states in between truck shows.

It has been awarded first place in its class at the Great American Truck Show in Dallas, Texas.

"As our world is experiencing so much devastation from terrorist attacks, shootings, and hurricanes/weather issues, we must all unite together and provide support for each other," said Cynthia Hodge. "We provide support to our veterans and military as well."

The driver's side of the truck represents Bible stories and the passenger's side represents military and veterans

For more information email truckingforthewordofgod@gmail.com.


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