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The FORGOTTEN FEW MC is looking for Christian men who love the Lord and understands club protocol. Let us know if your intrested in becoming a part of a true old school hardcore christian club.
Jesus was an "outlaw"in his day. And his disciples were outlaws as well. They were beaten, imprisoned, and executed. Fast forward 2000 years. It's amazing that only about 1% of today's Christian bikers qualify to apply for membership with us. Either they are ignorant of "protocol" in the outlaw world, or they are lukewarm fence riders, not walkin' what they're talkin'. We are not special, but mayb...e unique. Truth be known, most of the Forgotten Few members X-Cons. There was a time when some of our brothers could compare RAP Sheets that any1%er would be proud of. In addition, most of our members have broken all of the Ten Commandments and many of those commandments we still struggle with daily. We are surely all outlaws in God's eyes, - But For Jesus who set us free!
For the good, the bad, or the ugly, the Forgotten Few have earned the diamond. Not as a badge of honor, but as a remembrance of where we came from. Lastly, we are now humbled born-again Christians, but we do not fit well in the average Christian ministry. We want to go farther and deeper, because we can. Who else can fit in as well to minister to those who are being avoided by many CMC's and MM's. Our colors and cuts draw them to us. Every aspect of our colors can be used as a ministry tool when we are asked who we are and what our patch represents. We come in quietly, under the radar, make friends and earn respect. It's a long term commitment where we can turn all the negative from our pasts into a positive statement for the glory of God. We go where Jesus went and where He would go today. He left that for us, a group of losers and misfits a Forgotten Few saved by grace alone. Please don't beat us up for the tools we use. We are in the trenches fighting evil everyday. Please fight and pray with us.
In June, 1998, a group of brothers in San Bernardino, decided to form a structured motorcycle club, placing God first in all things. A
name for the club was to be given, so we all came to agreement, emphasizing on what and who
they were.They felt that not only were their vehicles forgotten by time, but also the memories that kept
them alive in the street and where they were from. God had never forgotten them.
“Forgotten Few” was created and also the scripture that supported their thoughts, 1 Peter 2:10:
ONCE WE WERE NOT A PEOPLE, NOW WE ARE GOD’S PEOPLE; ONCE WE HAD NO MERCY, NOW WE HAVE RECEIVED
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