Marty Edwards leads Black Sheep Harley-Davidsons for Christ

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Several members of Black Sheep Harley-Davidsons for Christ ministry show their unity on a recent outing. Valley News/Marty Edwards photo
Black Sheep Harley-Davidsons for Christ is an over 20-year-old international organization with members in more than 40 states, Australia, France and Mexico. It has one mission that began in Murrieta when national president Marty Edwards, who was the pastor of Lamb’s Fellowship and overseer of eight churches in southwest Riverside County, had an experience that he said haunts him to this day. At the time, Edwards wanted to take up a hobby for his Mondays off, and he wasn’t a golfer and didn’t like fishing so he purchased a motorcycle. He rode his Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail every chance he got. One day he found it had a flat tire and called the local Harley dealership, which was then owned by Rich Quaid, to pick it up since motorcycle tires are not something that can be easily
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