Ride4Life connects with the unreachable, the unteachable, and the unchurched with a message of hope found through a relationship with Jesus Christ. Whether it’s the looks, the sounds, the action, the story of redemption or just the tattoos- young or old; male or female; black or white; prisoner or free; addicted or clean; listen attentively to the Message. Our messaging spans across the divide of ages and allows us to be flexible in specific environments and with those of distinct backgrounds, faith and addictions.
At the conclusion of each event, Scott shares his story and his message of redemption and hope to those in an otherwise hopeless situation. Generally, those attending represent a mixed audience of Christians (who are encouraged with the Gospel message of hope only through Jesus Christ), as well as secular non-Christians (who may even be God-haters as Scott once was). Often, God and Jesus Christ have not even been a personal consideration for their lives. Attendees are attracted to the simplicity of the Gospel message centered on hope through the love God. The Message has shown them that Christ can sustain them regardless of their immediate circumstances and even when the odds which seemed stacked against them. Those who find themselves prisoners of addiction resonate with the potential opportunity of freedom from those addictions – which is possible if Christ takes control and becomes the Lord of their life.