At Milton All American Truck Plaza Exit 32, I-80 Milton, PA
Kris Tackitt is the chaplain at the Milton location and she welcomes all those in the Milton area or people traveling through the area to visit her at The Li'l Grace Chapel in memory of Chaplain Jim Keys, the founder of this wonderful ministry.
Also there is a "Trucker's Wives Prayer Hour" every Wednesday from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. COME SING WITH US & CELEBRATE JESUS!
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2:00 P.M. - 3:00 P.M. EVERYDAY
7:30 P.M. & 10:30 P.M. EVERYDAY
SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP 10:30 A.M.
THE PURPOSE OF ACT
The association of Christian Truckers (A.C.T.) is dedicated to the cause of bringing christian trucking professionals together and advancing the cause of Christ on our nation's highways. Founded more than 40 years ago by former trucker, Chaplain Jim Keys, ACT has an understanding of the industry and genuine heart for the trucker.
ACT is headquartered in Brownstown, Illinois, on a 40 acre parcel along I-70 at Exit 68. Appropriately named "The Road Angel Trucker's Centre," facilities provide overnight parking, bathrooms and showers, food, fellowship and prayer to road weary truckers.
The Bible is the inspired Word of God. God's Word offers nuggets of truth and wisdom principles that can be applied pratically and systematically for successful Christian living on the go. Every word and every verse brings life. Like careful eating habits bring health to the physical body, a daily and dilberate diet of God's Word brings health to the inner parts of our spirit man. The Bible says, "Man does not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God."
The trucking professional regularly faces the loneliness of being away from family, the frustration of unexpected delays, and the stress of meeting deadlines. Drivers face constant dangers on the highways and the health risks of sleep deprivation. Hours of driving time yield the boredom of what drivers sometimes refer to as "whiteline fever."
But Christian drivers have discovered the value of using their driving time to meditate on God's Word. It's becoming more and more common to see the lighted symbol of the cross on the grill or wind jammer of a truck as drivers proudly display the symbol of the faith they have in their hearts. Drivers who share an interest in spiritual things and a commitment to Jesus Christ are discovering one another and the joy of Christian Fellowship on the highways.
The "Wheels Alive" magazine is the arm of the A.C.T. ministry. Some 45,000 are distributed to the trucking industry every six weeks and demand continues to grow. This wonderful magazine that ministers to many is edited by Jim Key's daughter Bonilee Mclay. This evangelistic tool can stay and witness to it's readers, planting the seeds of God's Word when we can't be there. That is why we have often termed it, "The Silent Witness." The production of Wheels Alive seeks to bring the truth of God's Word into the world of the driver in a format that is relative to trucking lifestyle.
Delight yourself also in the Lord, And He shall give you the desires of your heart.
CAN WE PRAY FOR YOU
We'd like to join you in prayer for a particular need that you have! God is in the prayer answering business. The bible says, "Where two or three agree as to touching anything, it shall be given unto them.
Send me (Kris) your request and I will pray for your need.
Tell me as much as you are comfortable sharing:
Who? Tell us who needs prayer (you, your friends, family and ect.). If you desire I know their name (I will keep their prayer request anonymous).
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