By: Jhenifer Costa, South American Division News & Adventist Review
A group of Seventh-day Adventist bikers was among the more than 20,000 who attended the 22nd National Bikers Gathering in Artur Nogueira, Sao Paulo, Brazil, from April 20-22, 2018. Adventist bikers and other church members made the most of the national event to organize a health fair that provided various services to attendees.
“It was a joint effort between Adventist bikers’ clubs across Sao Paulo State,” said regional Adventist bikers’ coordinator Adriano Marquetto. “And it was a great opportunity to share a message of hope and quality of life with thousands of bikers.”
Marquetto said it is refreshing to witness the contribution of Adventist bikers. “Everywhere I go, I see that there are many Adventist bikers involved in mission,” he said.
It is the third health fair organized by the Adventist Bikers Club, a group launched 13 years ago and now present in various Brazilian cities. In its third edition, volunteers offered blood sugar tests, blood pressure check-ups, massages, and shared tips on how to better take care of one’s health through diet and physical activity.