John I guy I couldnt work without. The one and only John Lessmueller. Radio and Computer Technician.
Screen for power point and helping drivers find their way through their Bible. Also provides the words for worship.
Two drivers giving their hearts to Jesus
Free concert with a love offering to help support the ministy
One tired driver
Pulpit set up for teaching.
Full house. The chapel fits 3 across in this format.
With the new pulpit donated by a trucker! Awesome answer to prayer!
My new screen for power point and helping the drivers find their way through their Bibles. Also provides the words for worship.
The office area has a study area, stores the extra CDs and books. All of the books and CDs are donated. The radio station is in the back next to the refrigerator. Undelivered goods are stored in this refrigerator along with 2 freezers and are given out to the community.
Services during the week sometimes are done in this casual set up. This is a view from the pulpit to the “back”. The sides of the chapel has a lot of mostly Susan’s art and provides a very inviting place for the drivers to come.
Besides services, the chapel offers a place for drivers to come and talk or just pray.
View is from the office to the “front” of the chapel (which is the back of the trailer). Live worship is being done.
Always something that needs to be done. Craig putting the skirt around the chapel.
CDs and books are available for free to the drivers located between the chapel and the walkway.
Tables to listen to the chapel radio and to just sit and talk.
West side of the chapel
Chapel is a 53 foot trailer with a tractor in the front.
East side of the “Hope Chapel” faces the entrance to the parking lot and the walkway to the truck stop. Great location.