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Chaplain Bunny Gregory spent many an
hour reading his Bible at the Chapel
steps in Truck Stops across the Nation until
the Lord called him home.
Thousands of Truckers have walked up and
gotten a cup of refreshing Good News with
the report that "God is Faithful,"
from the lips of Brother Bunny Gregory.
||Many congregations eagerly await the
Gregory's annual visit to their area.
There is something special about
their music, much of which they write
themselves. You will be blessed by
their music and their messages.
||Here is a shot taken in the mid-1970s,
when Orville Jr. traveled full-time with Mom
and Dad. These days Orville Jr. pastors a
beautiful congregation of people in Virgina.
Also Orville Jr. assists his Mom in the ministry
in music and preaching.
Notice back then they pulled a travel trailer
behind a smaller truck. That travel trailer
was home, school room and living quarters.
When they first began, the Mobile Chapel was
squeezed into the back of that small Ford truck.
God proved HIMSELF so many times.
||Here's "Ol Yellow," renamed "Sheneeda One," a
1962 Kenworth, their first BIG
truck. They drove it for 21 years!!
It's coupled up with the semi-trailer Mobile
Chapel. The Chapel is a converted "refer"
(refrigerater trailer). The trailer was large
enough for a larger chapel and living quarters.
When Trucking For Jesus graduated to a full-size
18 wheel Chapel, the truckers knew positively that
the Gregory's were absolutely serious about what
they believed God would do. And God did do it!
But the battle was not easy. "Ol Yellow" had
an engine that needed salvation.
||Here is a shot of "Sheneeda Two." It is a
1972 Kenworth. They used this truck for one
year while repairs were being made on "Sheneeda
||In 1986, after "Ol Yellow" (Sheneeda One)
got that knew miracle engine, a new back axle and
a totally new paint job she got something else.
"Ol Yellow" got a "New Name Written down in
Glory:" Sheneeda. You'll have
to read Chaplain Blonnie's account to find out
why that name has now been attached to all the
BIG tractors they've driven.
See the side bar for a link to Gregory's web
||The Mobile Chapel we see today is "Sheneeda Three."
It's a 1990 Kenworth.
||Not only do the Gregorys minister to secular
truckers, they have many Christian trucker friends.
Here's a shot of a trucker named John (kneeling), Chaplain
Bunny and John's co-driver. Notice John's tractor has
been detailed as a witness. On the door your web
assistant sees "Shield of Faith Express." On the
sleeper are various Scripture verses and "Jesus is
Lord" in big letters. God bless you John!
||In Bakersfield, California Chaplains
Bunny and Blonnie have some wonderful friends.
One of them is a gentleman by the name of Phil.
Now Phil knows that driving an 18 wheeler, as
much fun as it is, that sometimes you need a
little change of pace. So Phil dropped by and
took the Gregory's on a cool
ride in his souped-up roadster. As you can see
by their attire it was way cool!
And they loved every minute of it!
||Chaplains Bunny and Blonnie Gregory came
every 12 months to so many areas in the East,
the South and the Western United States.
The message they brought was always an exciting
message from God's Word, the Holy Bible. Your web
assistant will never forget a fantastic sermon
Bunny preached entitled, "Whose Face are
||Since 1975 the Gregory's were blessed
with a host of truck stop owners, operators and
managers who knew that the Mobile Chapel's annual
presence brought blessings to their truck stop and
eased the pain that drivers went through in
a tough profession. We salute the many truck
stop owners, operators and managers who have
been used mightily to make a big difference in
many lives! This particular shot was taken at
Bruce's Truck Stop in Bakersfield, California.
||East Coast to West Coast the Gregorys
were in Truck Stops across the country touching
the lives of many a trucker.