Monday, November 18, 2013


Disciple Christian Motorcycle Club realizes that many of its members come from a lifestyle that included the use of harmful substances like tobacco, drugs and alcohol in the past. As Christians we strongly believe that drugs are out of line completely with a holy lifestyle, and as a disciple we agree not to ever use illicit drugs. Further, we recognize that alcohol and tobacco are not helpful to our witness, may cause a brother to stumble, are unhealthy, and we do not allow the use of alcohol or tobacco while representing the club in your cut, or soft colors. We do recognize the freedom of believers to make a personal choice in the privacy of their own homes when they are out of the cut or soft colors, on alcohol and tobacco.

In order to help the brothers who wish to live a drug free life style, we have established a drug free leadership on a national and state level.

To recognize any full patch member who has been a previous drug and/or tobacco user, and is now drug free for a minimum of 90 days, a 1x4 inch DRUG FREE patch is earned. Should a member fail in this area of their life by using drugs or tobacco, this patch must be cut off for 90 days, and notify their Charter and State Nazarite for free counseling and prayer. According to the American Heart Association, the "nicotine addiction has historically been one of the hardest addictions to break." The pharmacological and behavioral characteristics that determine tobacco addiction are similar to those that determine addiction to drugs such as heroin and cocaine.

Any DRUG FREE member with six months clean and sober can take the 43 Nazarite fast, shown below, to earn the 43 Nazarite 1x4 patch. Fasting is the time of prayer between a man and God. While it may be that the requirements of the Nazarite fast have no implications on your status as a Christian, we believe that dedicating this fast to God is a way of showing that you take the drug free life style seriously. Additionally, to wear this patch, one must take a solemn vow before God to abstain from the use of alcohol, tobacco and illicit drugs, for life, in the presence of an existing Nazarite patch holder. While Disciple recognizes that many members may not use drugs alcohol or tobacco, these patches are designated for those who have struggled with and overcome these addictions. Should a member fail in this area of their life, this patch must be cut off for 90 days, and notify their Charter and State Nazarite for free counseling and prayer. 

43 NAZARITE Officers
Any 43 Nazarite patch holder may be considered for a Nazarite leadership position, on a charter, state or national level. These leadership positions function as a local Disciple sponsor for men who are struggling with alcohol, tobacco, drug, or other types of addiction. Charter level 43 Nazarites answer to state 43 Nazarite leadership, who answer to national leadership. Individualized training is provided for these positions. The position names for these are: CHARTER NAZARITE, STATE NAZARITE, NATL NAZARITE.

43 NAZIRITE FAST: minimum of 30 days, duration is ‘as the Lord leads you’. Special exemptions may be made by the National Nazarite.
1. Make a formal swearing of an oath of service to God [Numbers 6:2] to abstain for life from Alcohol, Nicotine/Tobacco, and Illicit Drugs
2. Abstain from drinking wine and fermented liquor, including vinegar derived from either wine or any fermented liquor, and will abstain from eating grapes fresh or dried or eat anything that comes from the vine [Numbers 6:3-4].
3. Let his hair grown uncut for the length of the vow [Numbers 6:5] (this does not necessarily include the beard but may by choice)

4. For the entire period of the vow he must not come in contact with a (human) corpse.  He is to remain ritually clean and cannot defile his ritual cleanliness even in the event a parent or sibling dies [Numbers 6:7].

Wednesday, November 6, 2013


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If it is serious enough to bring up, then it gets brought up TO THAT BROTHER, IN PERSON, OR ON THE PHONE. Differing viewpoints is wonderful. We are diverse. However text messaging is not an appropriate medium for conflict resolution.

Resolution of Conflict: The defining attribute of Disciple is Unity. Other clubs may come and go, but Disciples stick together. Disciples DO NOT speak against each other, they SPEAK TO each other. Disciples do not speak against the leadership to other Disciples, they SPEAK TO the leadership. Disciples do not complain about the club to each other, they WORK TO make the club better BY TAKING THEIR COMPLAINT TO THE LEADERSHIP.

Taking offense at something another brother does or says to you is a sign of spiritual immaturity. If you are offended at another brother, or do not understand what they said or did, YOU GO TO THAT BROTHER. You DO NOT go to another brother and talk about what a brother did. YOU GO TO THAT BROTHER. Any Disciple who comes to you and talks bad about another brother is OUT OF LINE and IN REBELLION against the club and the Word of God. You must tell him that he is in the wrong, that he needs to GO TO THAT BROTHER and work it out.

WE FOLLOW WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS ABOUT CONFLICT RESOLUTION If your brother wrongs you, go and show him his fault between you and him privately. If he listens to you, you have won back your brother. But if he does not listen, take along with you one or two others, so that every word may be confirmed and upheld by the testimony of two or three witnesses. If he pays no attention to them [refusing to listen and obey], tell it to the church; and if he refuses to listen even to the church, let him be to you as a pagan and a tax collector. Truly I tell you, whatever you forbid and declare to be improper and unlawful on earth must be what is already forbidden in heaven, and whatever you permit and declare proper and lawful on earth must be what is already permitted in heaven. Again I tell you, if two of you on earth agree (harmonize together, make a symphony together) about whatever [anything and everything] they may ask, it will come to pass and be done for them by My Father in heaven. For wherever two or three are gathered (drawn together as My followers) in (into) My name, there I AM in the midst of them. Then Peter came up to Him and said, Lord, how many times may my brother sin against me and I forgive him and let it go? [As many as] up to seven times? Jesus answered him, I tell you, not up to seven times, but seventy
times seven! (Matthew 18:15-22 AMP)

HOW DISCIPLES RESOLVE CONFLICT: Go to the brother. If you cannot resolve it, go to the brother again with the charter President or Vice President. If you cannot resolve it, the charter president takes it to the International President or Vice President. 

FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE RULES may result in being kicked out, or being made
a prospect. 

THIS IS A PLACE WHERE WE LIVE THE BIBLE, not just a place where we talk about it. The Bible takes strife, people who cause strife, spreading dissension among brothers, backbiting and argumentative people very seriously. God says it is an abomination to Him (Prov 6:19) to spread strife among brothers. 

I understand if you have never been in a place where you are expected to follow what the Bible says about conflict resolution, and where those rules are rigorously enforced. But we are going to keep this club from going the route of churches that split, MCs that fall apart etc etc. WE WILL BE UNIFIED and YOU WILL FOLLOW THE RULES or you will be educated the first time, kicked the second time to earn your place back by being mentored, and you will be removed completely from the club the third time. No exceptions. Get it, or get out. We are DOERS of the Word, not just HEARERS!


Tuesday, October 22, 2013


The world tells us all the time to FOLLOW YOUR HEART! And it if FEELS GOOD IT MUST BE RIGHT! But the truth is far from that. If it feels good, it must be your flesh! 
Lets look at what the Bible says: 
Jer 17:9 The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it? Romans 7:18 For I know that nothing good dwells in me, that is, in my flesh; for the willing is present in me, but the doing of the good is not. Prov 28:26 He who trusts in his own heart is a fool, But he who walks wisely will be delivered.

Dont follow your heart! Listen for the voice of God! Shut off the TV, the secular music, the voice of your 'friends'! Get in the Word, on your face in prayer, fasting weekly if only for one meal a day, get around MEN OF GOD and you will OPEN THE PIPELINE to hear the Voice of God!

Monday, October 21, 2013



I have a vision of a club with a conspicuous lack of cynicism and criticism, characteristics so common in the biker community and the world at large, that it's hard to imagine life without them. But we must. Ideas are so very fragile aren't they. Ideas have to be nurtured and encouraged, protected and given an environment where they can grow. The easiest task of our enemy is to cut ideas off before they become action. It's him you see at work in the world, criticizing, fault finding, picking away from the shadows, and generally being disagreeable. When you hear these things from people, you aren't at war with flesh and blood but powers and principalities. Tearing down dreams is the work of a critical spirit, a spirit of correction. 'Oh I was just trying to help'. But it's not help. Help is easy to see, help comforts and builds up, it doesn't irritate and cut down. Help comes from humility, not from the pride of being right. 

Rev 12:10 calls the devil the 'accuser of the brethren'. It's easy to spot him at work dividing the church. Anyone running down the brethren, operating out of a critical spirit, sneering at other Christians, giving a bad report about those who work in the ministry, trying to show how wrong a brother is about some obscure point, these are the ones operating with the enemy. Don't be surprised if they seem to otherwise be strong Christians themselves. A religious spirit often hides a condemning critical spirit. The Bible says a perverse man sows strife (Prov. 16:28); that death and life are in the power of the tongue (Prov. 18:21). Slander is not pretty. It means "to defame someone; to harm their reputation; to disgrace; or to accuse." Consider this: the word slanderer in 1 Timothy 3:11 is the same word for “devil.” When we slander someone, we are acting like devils. We are mirroring the character of Satan. We can’t walk in the anointing God has for us and mirror the character of Satan at the same time. We just can’t.

So how do we keep the club uplifting? Challenge the critical spirit. It will always reveal itself during the process of joining, it can't stand not to correct people and find fault for very long. This is why we search people out closely during prospecting. Poke them and see how they react. When you see fault finding, consider it. Someone trying to help does so quietly, directly with the person they are trying to help, never in a self seeking manner. A critical spirit does so publicly to see how many than get on their side, to look important or knowlegeable, to show how others are wrong and they are right. If you or others cannot discern some serious issue (ie the bro punched me!) that is clear, then go back to the source and challenge it. You are likely to hear a whole pile of complaints, with little substance. Correct them clearly the first time. Identify the correct way to deal with legitimate concerns. 

If it happens again, come against it spiritually. I'm not the slightest bit afraid of making a point of it. Pray for people, try to teach them. Some people get it after the first time, but if not you may need to be harsh. A critical spirit is harsh itself, and cannot stand to be confronted. This is after all an MC. The rules are the rules, and after being told twice, it it happens again, this is not a person who is cut out for true brotherhood, which includes submission to each other. It's better to cut them out early, than to let them take root and start destroying what we have. And that's what happens, I've seen it time and time again.

The fault finder will either quit because they don't appreciate being called on their familiar spirit, or will learn and allow God to work on the issue, change their heart. Either way, it's your job to protect your brotherhood from that person. This is not for everyone. If you let them get a foothold, satan will make it into a stronghold.

Some people say that prospecting under in the club was easy, and some people say it was hard, and call it rude, condescending and harsh. Both get the same treatment, the difference was in their heart. When you hold a mirror up to someone and they don't like what they see, their choices are to change or break the mirror. When they break the mirror they will blame you for making them bleed, and bleed they will. You aren't responsible, you're just doing your job.

Monday, October 14, 2013


What if its all true? What if you can do all the works that Jesus did, and greater? 

What if you can raise the dead, heal the sick, talk in tongues, call fire down from heaven (when appropriate), and live an abundant blessed life of wealth and riches for you to spend on the Kingdom of God? What if you can tear down strongholds, cast out demons, be slain in the spirit, and Hear the Voice of God? 

What if you could just turn yourself over to God and be free to follow Him? What if you could get visions and dreams from God, and see angels and converse with them? What if ALL the stuff in the Bible that happened both in the Old and New Testament still really happened today, and not believing it when your told was really a sin? 

What if every time you prayed you got an answer, and the answer was able to make it through to you because you were fasting and praying like in Daniel 10, and the answer was brought by mighty angels? 

And what if the only reason it doesnt happen to you now is because you dont believe any of it, dont act on any of it, and you are missing out on the power of God everyday? What if?

Thursday, October 3, 2013


I saw this and I had to laugh. It's very much how I feel about Disciple Christian Motorcycle Club. I've been told many times that Christians should not wear a three-piece patch with an MC, because it's 'being like the world' and maybe it looks hard-core. I guess Christians shouldn't be hard-core? One prominent internet biker pastor in SC told me that he is seen lots of Christian clubs come and go, and prophesied that we be gone in three or four years. Thanks for the vote of confidence, we are still here and are going global.

But even more importantly this reminds me of how people view the Bible. Man-made traditions are accepted more than the Word of God in some quarters. We associate some kind of loose spirituality in saying that we don't feel 'led' to do what the Bible says. We escape any faith in our supernatural God by looking at things in the Bible and saying we don't 'believe' them, because we were 'taught' differently. But the Bible says what it says, in plain English, and there's no explaining it away. You don't abdicate your responsibility to read the word of God and do what it says by using the excuse that someone taught you the word of God isn't true. This isn't a pick and choose proposition, Where you can say I believe this page, but I don't believe that page. When people start telling you that things in the Bible aren't true, grab tighter hold your Bible! When they start trying to explain how the Bible wasn't written for you, but for some other people, shut them up. 

And why would people want to keep you from the things the Bible says? Because there is power in what the Bible says! If you look at the things people are trying to pick out of the Bible, you will find they are the things that give you the greatest empowerment and blessing! 

Living a life of sanctification? Oh no, just say a prayer once and you're going to heaven no matter how you live.
Giving money to the church? Oh no, my money is my money and I can't stand when pastors preach about it.
Laying hands on the sick and seeing them healed? Oh no, that takes faith, and I don't believe in that.
Speaking in tongues and the other gifts of the Holy Spirit? Oh no, I was taught that doesn't happen anymore.
Biblical prosperity? Oh no, I was taught that Jesus wants you to be poor, sick, and miserable.

Sanctification, the process of living holy, makes God more able to use you in more places, more powerfully! Giving to the church and the man of God in your life brings a blessing on you that is repeatedly spelled out in many places in both the old and New Testament. When you lay hands on the sick, prayed the prayer of faith and see them healed, it's God reaching down and showing then that he loves them in a powerful and personal way! The Bible says when you speak in tongues, you build yourself up in your most holy faith, and that you're speaking to God, giving thanks and praising him! The nine gifts of the Holy Spirit are used by God to bring glory to himself, to empower us to spread his word, and to show people that he is real! Biblical prosperity is Jesus fulfilling his word that he came to give us life, and life more abundantly.

Just because you saw the TV Minister preach prosperity out of order, does not mean you throw out the baby out with the bathwater!  Just because you were in the church where they were speaking in tongues incorrectly, does it mean it doesn't happen anymore? Just because you saw somebody pray for healing and not be healed doesn't mean the Bible is a lie.  Our faith does not come from circumstances we have seen, but from an unshakable belief in the word of God! When people preach you can be saved by works, do you throw salvation out the window?

So when you see some of us practicing the full Gospel, don't interrupt us, don't try to argue that we should regress, go backwards, and cut pages out of our Bible. Many of us were sitting where you are sitting, and making the same arguments you are making, when we were given the revelation that God still works in the supernatural! It would be impossible for us to go backwards! It's the height of human arrogance to use 'logical' arguments to explain away and nullify passage after passage out of the Bible. When you see us practicing the full Gospel, stay silent, or better yet ask questions, so that you too can see the supernatural happening. Because God hasn't changed!  It is time to start studying these issues diligently from both sides, rather than accepting what you were told without hearing all of the facts. Like it says in Proverbs 18:17 in a lawsuit the first to speak seems right, until someone comes forward and cross-examines.

Saturday, September 14, 2013


  1. A WORD FROM THE PRESIDENT AND FOUNDER: This is an MC for men, and one thing I CAN TELL YOU FOR SURE, WHEN YOU ADD A WOMAN IN THE PATCH, YOU DONT HAVE A BROTHERHOOD ANYMORE, I DONT KNOW WHAT IT IS, BUT IT IS NOT A BROTHERHOOD!! WE love the ladies, we involve them, there is an awesome SUPPORT DISCIPLE back patch for them but the brothers run the club by how the Brothers Vote. And I am the tiebraker.......WWW.DISCIPLECMC.COM


The Psalm 112 Contract

Psalm 112 describes a righteous man and gives Gods earthly promise for a righteous man. Just like any contract, the things God promises come with some caveats. If you want to see these benefits, then you have to live up to your part of the contract. When people look at what the Bible says, they assume that if those benefits are not happening in their lives, then the Bible must be a lie and not mean what it says. But in reality, we need to LOOK AT OUR OWN ACTIONS and correct those, then we can expect God to fulfill his Word in our lives. 

Notice that none of this is in the context of salvation. Only repentance and the blood of Christ can give you salvation. Salvation is the eternal reward for faith in Christ. But also, Proverbs 11:31 says the righteous are rewarded here on earth. Once you are saved, you are expected to crucify the flesh and become a new creature. So, what does the new Creature look like? And what is the reward for a righteous life?

The text of Psalm 112 is at the bottom, lets look at the things God promises one by one, and then what your part is you want to see these things operating in your life. Note that if you are not keeping your part of the deal, God is not obligated to provide these blessings in your life.

GOD PROMISES: In order of how they appear in the text
1. Happiness: twice the text promises happiness if we keep up our end of the bargain! Happiness cant be bought, you cant find it in a bottle or a pill, it only comes from a life truly submitted to God.
2. Children will be powerful in the land; his descendants will be blessed: God obligates himself to watch over our children and provide the same blessing we have. They take their own path, but how we live impacts Gods protection over them to some level
3. His family will be wealthy and rich, and he will be prosperous forever: Run it in the Hebrew, it says the same thing. God is talking about money here. Yup, it's a promise.
4. Light shines in the darkness for good people: TOUGH TIMES ARE PROMISED, darkness happens. But God will always provide a way out! Psalm 34:19 repeats this: Many are the afflictions of the righteous, but The Lord delivereth him out of them all! How awesome is it to know that God has promised you a way out, if you stay on the path! 
5. Will never fail; he will always be remembered: The KJV says "He shall not be moved forever", people will remember your contribution even after you pass on. What a legacy!
6. He is certain to see his enemies defeated: God doesnt say YOU have to do the defeating! He says you will SEE the defeating! So sit back and give your enemies over to God, because HE promises that they will be defeated, how cool is that??
7. He will be powerful and respected: nuff said! When you stand up and live a righteous life, people will notice and respect you. You will be put into positions of power. I see this in my business and personal life.
8. The wicked see this and are angry: God isnt talking about secret blessing here, He is talking about open blessing that even wicked people can see, so blessed that they HATE it! When they have positive results from their wicked ways, they can count on losing it, unhappiness, just the opposite of what God promises you!


1. Praise the Lord! No matter the circumstance, no matter the trial, no matter the success, you have to remove a negative tongue and CHOOSE to praise God. I submit to you that somtimes, your trials and tribulations are just a test to see if you choose to praise God anyway. Just ask Job.
2. Honor The Lord: there is a lot to that. Talk to Him. Live worthy of the sacrifice of Christ. You dont just get to do whatever you want, you were bought with a price. If you choose to live in sin, the Bible says that is like crucifying Christ all over again. Honor God in your relationships, what you look at on the internet, in your money and giving. In every area of your life, acknowledge Him.
3. Takes pleasure in obeying his commands: If tithing is a big chore and you act like a baby about it, complaining about giving a back to God after all He has done for you, then dont expect a blessing. No matter how hard the task, take pleasure in it, and He will reward that. 
4. Merciful: You dont just get to unload on every idiot. Mercy means treating people better than they deserve. That is a hard one. Its not taught in school, instead we are taught to be merciless and cruel, careless, thoughtless, never thinking of the needs of others. Imagine what a shift that is to be merciful. No wonder we dont see all the blessings of God, happiness, riches and wealth. How often do we make a point of being merciful?
5. Be Kind: that means friendly, tolerant, warm hearted, considerate. Again, this is important to God, but how often do we ACT this way?  
6. Just: honorable and fair in ones dealings, consistent with what is morally right. In our marriage, in our business, in our personal relationships.
7. Generous with his loans: Marked by abundance in giving or sharing, knowing that God gave so much to us, that we are willing to open it all back up to him. Again, this is not what the world teaches. 
8. Who runs his business honestly: Another thing God wants to see out of someone who He is going to bless. How are you treating others? Are you getting a sense of how important this is to God?
9. Not afraid of receiving bad news; his faith is strong, and he trusts in the Lord. He is not worried or afraid: Hebrews 11 says Without Faith, it is impossible to please God. If you truly believe that God has your back, why would you be worried about circumstances? If God has a contract to bless you, why not sit back and trust Him to take care of things rather than freaking out about them? Can the Emperor and Creator of the universe not fix anything He wishes?
10. He is certain to see his enemies defeated: Vengeance is mine says The Lord. If you are holding a grudge, harboring unforgiveness, choosing to try to rectify things yourself, then YOU are the one who is in charge. Why not sit back and let God handle it. Isnt He capable? I dont have to get revenge. I honestly feel sorry for people who do me wrong, because i know that God will repay them for their deeds so much harder than i can. 
11. Gives generously to the needy: Do you make a habit of giving to the needy? If not, God notices that. It a key part of Him being able to trust you with wealth and riches. If he knows He can get money THROUGH you to others, He knows how to get money TO you. If you hold on to all of it like its yours, you will see it be harder to get. Read Proverbs 11:24 One gives freely, yet grows all the richer; another withholds what he should give, and only suffers want.
12. THIS ONE IS MENTIONED TWICE: his kindness never fails. So when God mentions it twice, you really need to focus on being that kind of person.

Praise the Lord! Happy is the person who honors the Lord, who takes pleasure in obeying his commands. The good man's children will be powerful in the land; his descendants will be blessed. His family will be wealthy and rich, and he will be prosperous forever. Light shines in the darkness for good people, for those who are merciful, kind, and just. Happy is the person who is generous with his loans, who runs his business honestly. A good person will never fail; he will always be remembered. He is not afraid of receiving bad news; his faith is strong, and he trusts in the Lord. He is not worried or afraid; he is certain to see his enemies defeated. He gives generously to the needy, and his kindness never fails; he will be powerful and respected. The wicked see this and are angry; they glare in hate and disappear; their hopes are gone forever. (Psalm 112:1-10 GNT)

Thursday, August 15, 2013


To join Disciple Christian Motorcycle Club, a member must sponsor you. Their job is to check you out, get a feel for you, make sure you are legit, answer your questions, and help you through the process of joining the club. In Disciple, we call that person your ma, and its always a tighter bond formed between a ma and their son in the club. You will be assigned a ma by the club by the time you reach the hangaround stage.

Call your ma once a week. Texting or a facebook message is not the same thing. If you call, leave a message. Your ma is trying to keep you in communication, make sure they are there to handle any problems, issues or questions you have, and teach you the Disciple way. The only way that can happen is if you are following through with your ma. For every week you miss calling your ma as a prospect, you get an additional week of prospect time.  Do what your ma suggests, even it you don’t understand it.

1.       Keep out the bad seed:  weed out people who aren’t right for Disciple. That may mean they just want a patch but don’t want brotherhood, drug users, cops, folks who don’t understand or want the commitment etc.
2.       Water the good seed:  Bring your sons into the club. Call them, reach out to them, nurture their interest. Teach them to call you. Don’t just expect that supporters are going to call you because you posted your number on facebook. Dont be lazy, bossy and demanding. By the time someone is a prospect they should understand the concept of calling their ma, but don’t expect every brand new supporter to get it. While we have to be hard on some prospects, many men are experienced and serious enough that they don’t need that treatment and will be turned away by being unnecessarily pushed.  You need to reach out to them and SHOW brother hood to teach them brotherhood.
3.       Teach you the Disciple way: Teach MC Culture, make sure they understand what kinds of pics to post or not post, what kinds of things to say and not say, how to introduce themselves, and the hierarchy of the club. Make sure they know the rules and what to expect.

4.       Bring your sons up for a vote to be a hangaround, prospect or full patch when their time is up, or when you feel they are ready. If it needs to be longer then you are the one that decides that.

A ma should never be the closest bro to somebody who's coming on board. If you bring your buddy to the club, you should not be his ma. 

Same goes for  the only full patch in the area. An example would be our new full patch in Maryland, as he brings other guys on board, he should not be their ma.

Remember the ma is there to bounce issues off of. If you are the set man, the only full patch in the area, and the ma, then if there's any conflict between you and that new guy coming up, he doesn't have someone else to go to.

The idea of the ma is that it's somebody who's geographically nearby. But he isn't necessarily going to see you everyday, or be your closest bro. A ma is a confidant, someone to go to when there are issues. This gives a series of checks and balances for conflict in the club between bros.