Somebody has to stand up for our neighborhood

Wendy and Jeff Schops, both motorcycle bikers, wanted to get more involved with their neighbors. Jeff says, “God put it on our heart to reach other people.” Wendy says, “We have the love of God in our hearts. That’s the biggest reason that we feel free to reach out to people of different religions and different skin color.” Jeff explains, “I’m 31 years clean of cocaine with a hard struggle when I came off. I’m rich with God’s love.” Wendy shares about a unique opportunity in her neighborhood, “One night after we heard gun shots, we didn’t think about the danger; we felt the strength to go and help someone who was clearly in distress.” Wendy says, “The people we get to talk to are living the same kinds of lives that we are, with the same kinds of struggles, family dynamics, and drama. We just need to be able to be friends and comfort those around us when they need it. How would we know that they need it if we didn’t open that dialogue with them wherever we go?” Jeff concludes, “Don’t cower, don’t hide behind the curtains. Come out and be strong.”

Recent Episodes


Representing Jesus to those in prison

Bob Moffitt interviews Richard Jackman, Correctional Chaplain in the Florence Prison. When Richard Jackman was young, he witnessed the Holy Spirit working in 3 individuals who shared the love of Jesus. Now he represents Jesus to those in prison, which he’s done for 34 years, and he says, “You don’t really have an ordinary day.” 


Somehow God picks the weak and foolish; He can equip us

Bob Moffitt interviews Mardette Hemann, who shares several stories, including the power of God through prayer, “A woman I had worked with had been praying for my salvation for 20 years.”  Mardette communicates that you don’t give up because you don’t see results; she cares for people who are walking through grief.


What does The “Church as a Window” mean?

Bob Moffitt, President of Harvest. Host: Julian Gibb, Executive Director of Harvest. Define the Church as a Window in this podcast. They describe that the Church is the people of God, not an institution. How are we perceived by the world? Does our walk match our talk? People are watching. Serving others is part of being the Church.