**To share this story: By Dan Forbes When people in the community, who once thought of adventists as difficult to know and be comfortable around, saw motorcycles roaring up the street and bikers going inside the Inverness Seventh-day Adventist Church in Florida, one person commented, “Maybe we need to rethink our opinion about those adventists and go check them out again for ourselves.” Photo by Jesus Acosta On a crisp, clear Sabbath morning just a couple months ago, bikers roared into the parking lot of Inverness, Florida, church to participate in a much-anticipated motorcycle outreach in the retirement community of Eden Gardens. This event grew from a challenge presented to the church board by Dan Forbes, pastor, to try intentional, missional witnessing as an option to traditional forms of evangelism. At a vision casting meeting, the board members learned what can be accomplished when a congregation becomes involved in actively helping people in the community, before showing them the way to Jesus
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