Help us move the Amazing Bus from town to town!
One day when actor, Anthony Hopkins, was driving on the highway, he spotted a bell tower in the distance. The tower immediately intrigued him, so he decided to investigate it. The bell tower was on the campus of Thomas Aquinas College. When he reached the campus, he asked a passing student about the tower. The student told him that they wanted to build a new church on campus. They didn’t have enough money to build the whole church, so they began with the bell tower, since it would be the most visible, and would hopefully attract the attention and donations they needed to complete the project. Anthony Hopkins visited the university president and ended up donating the money needed to finish the project.
This “Amazing” bus is the bell tower for Hard as Nails Ministries. It was generously donated to us because someone believed in the ministry. Not only does it make travel for the team a lot easier, but it also serves as a symbol. People need to know where Hard as Nails is headed. The growth that this ministry has experienced the last 12 years is astonishing. God has even bigger plans for us! Keep reading to find out what this bus can do and never forget that you are amazing!
The Vision for our "Bell Tower Bus"
Our vision for Hard as Nails Ministries is to awaken the entire world to the power of God’s love. We want to be able to reach out to those who do not know Christ yet. We will be building evangelical centers that will lead thousands of people to a relationship with Christ each week. The bus is our bell tower and it is the next step towards these evangelical centers.
On an average tour where we are flying from town to town, we will be able to impact about 3,000 lives. However, with the bus , we are able to impact 10,000 or more lives! Not only is the bus a great form of transportation, but we are be able to triple the amount of souls that we will win for Christ. The $7,500 goes toward the gas for the bus, the driver's salary, food, supplies etc.
Upcoming Bus Tour Dates