Seth had an old junk 1977 Suzuki 440. It really was a junker. It didn’t run, but like a fish seeing a shiny new object I was caught hook line and sinker and so began my odyssey with 2 wheeled motorized vehicles. That was 20 years and 6 motorcycles ago. I don’t ride motorcycles much anymore. Just time to take a break. My kids call it “quitting while you’re ahead.” Seth let his motorcycling go too. We both have more important things to focus on. After 20 years it is great to see that we still have our memories and our desire to see lives changed for Christ. Seth and Judy Johnson minister in New England. They build relationships with the people in their church and the people in their community. Seth gave me that my first motorcycle for $1.00. Now he gives people the truth of Christ and that is priceless. We still share our riding memories and our Cedarville memories. Now we also share decades of service yet in different venues for Christ. May the Lord give you moments to reflect on with your classmates. The joy of the Lord must be your strength!