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Kenny McElwainKenny’s Bio about who he is and what we do at Revelation Motorcycles

My name is Kenny McElwain and I make my home in Lake Havasu City, AZ

 I grew up in Sturgis, South Dakota so growing up around motorcycles, particularly Harley Davidson's, was not new to me. I owned my first bike at the age of 8 and while it was only a dirt bike my dad taught me that if I wanted to own something I had better learn how to take care of it so I start wrenching on bikes early on. I owned my first Harley at 22 and it was love at first sight. For those of you who ever remember your first bike, you know what I am talking about. It was also my biggest demise. As a biker the lifestyle was one of sex, drugs and rock & roll and I wanted to be a part of all of it. But after the loss of a couple of marriages and many times of going to jail I knew there had to be more.

Today I still have all those thrills in my life except I now have sex only with my wife, my drug is the Holy Spirit and Jesus is the rock who makes me roll. After serving the Lord for about 6 years and owning my own body shop my spirit grew restless. I knew God had more for me because my passion was still working on bikes. I started to pray and the vision of Revelation Motorcycles was born. My wife and I started with $3,000.00 and faith to move mountains with building a motorcycle for us named after the book of Revelation. Its name was "Son of Man." (Rev. 14:14) but when I started this commitment I didn't realize it would take me three years to complete it. The reason was simple, I was to serve others before I served myself as a tribute to the Lord and let others see I was serious. Thus came "Messenger", (Rev. 22:8-14) a bike built for a wonderful man of God who is a pastor of a small church in Ehrenburg, AZ Today I am 49 and I literally eat, breathe and think about Harley's constantly. For today my goals have changed from the building of bikes, although it is still my passion, not my focus. God has now called me to help teach and mentor men to understand what their God given roles are. To teach on how to be a good role model, husband, father, respect your wives and daughters and most of all yourself. To teach a man to stand up proudly for his family by being the American citizen he is destined for while standing up on what this country was founded on.

As many know this was not always the case in our marriage. There were drugs, alcohol, infidelity and finally divorce that overcame us but today our message is of hope that if God can change myself and Dawn and restore our marriage and relationship there is hope for anyone, as God is truly not a respecter of persons. God is restorer of the broken hearted and fills the holes up in our hearts that need to be replaced with His goodness mercy and most of all His love. Without those characters that God restored in us we would not be here today.

Our message is different because we believe politics belongs in the church. If we as a church cannot stand up for our God given rights that were founded in the USA and help this hurting nation than who’s going to. God has taken our mess that was a part of our life and made it into our message. We believe in encouraging others to do the same. We believe it is time the church stands up and be heard. If it is the one thing living in the outlaw world taught us it was not to shrink back from opposition. While Kenny still wrenches on bikes and loves doing it our message is to share our background with others on our passion for human trafficking, politics belongs in the church, and God, Guns and Guts, keeping all three in America today.

To see what we have completed for 2009 and 2010 go to what's new for 2010.
I am fortunate that I share my life with my wife, Dawn, who loves to ride as much as I do. While my wife does not ride her own anymore she loves sitting behind me and sharing our time together on the road wherever we may be. She even wrenches on bikes when needed although getting dirty and greasy is not usually her thing. She too has first hand knowledge of the hazards of riding in any kind of weather and has been riding on Harley's since she was 15 years of age. So I guess after this long it is beyond just a passion for us it is in our blood. 

I believe in God and country. I am Native American and believe this country has taken a turn for the worse. There are not enough people out there willing to fight for America besides our troops. We have become complacent. We have taken prayer out of school, and God out of the Pledge of Allegiance. 

I can’t understand this thinking. I said the Pledge of Allegiance everyday in school and I believe it is what has made me so patriotic today. Today I am proud to be an American and proud to represent God and country. One Nation under God with liberty and justice for all doesn't’t even exist, and I believe it should. My concern is how many in our future generation can recite the Pledge of Allegiance. How many know, “ for which it stands”? This is scary but this is the future we are heading for. 

I am a solid American and standup and fight for our liberties and I am against the injustices that are done by our government and whomever. I believe as an American I should be allowed to ride free and want it to stay that way. I think this challenge represents all I am stating and if I am one of many chosen to ride, I feel privileged to of been given the opportunity and will ride proudly my American made Harley Davidson to the best of my ability.




Hi,

I am Dawn Kenny’s other half. I came from a world of outlaw bikers, starting as a babysitter at the age of 15 for a very powerful man who was a member of the Hells Angels. The attraction was not just the bad boys, it was the loyalty, the family protection (as warped as it was) the sense of feeling like you belonged, an attraction like none other that can only be described by someone who’s been there.  I grew up thinking I was loved and respected but later learned I was only a commodity that was easily replaceable because I was a woman. I stayed in this lifestyle until I was 28 and beyond and started my walk with Christ but not before I encountered many trial and tribulations along the way.
In the biker outlaw world if you wanted to be a part of the family, than you had to prove you were worthy because everything that was done legal or illegal was for the benefit of the club. This is where many of the degradations of living in an outlaw life warp your sense of self worth and teach you how to be someone by using your so called God given talents for the clubs benefit. This is still true today in nearly all gang lifestyles not just bikers.
Many men and women were thrown into roles that upon first appearance probably would not have done so if they knew the truth behind what was being asked of them. It starts small and appears to be innocent but in the end can make you feel like you have sold your soul. In fact in many cases that is exactly what we have done, sold our soul to our own will, emotion and desires, thinking that was the best road to go down only later found out it when we were in prison, lost someone we loved to a senseless death or so lonely and beaten we were on road leading us straight to hell both literally and figuratively.

Today our message is one of hope. “Years ago, I, (Dawn)was told by God to take care of the orphans and widows.
“I was able to return to College 15 years ago. As a result I achieved a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. Since then I have been privileged to work for major institutions such as Domestic Violence organizations, Child Protective Services, County Attorney’s Office, Behavior Health Organizations, Sheriffs Dept and more. God gave me skills that now our ministry is giving back as a Client Advocates to the community to/and for those who can’t afford it.” As Client advocates RMM provides assistance to people to help enhance a person’s quality of life.

Hebrews 13:5 is the promise from God that says, He will not leave us or relax His hold on us. Revelation Motorcycles Ministries stands on the promises of God.

If this introduction has touched you in any way or you just want to know more about Revelation Motorcycles Ministries, then we would love to hear from you.

Just email us at revelationmm@yahoo.com or write us at P.O. Box 3710, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86405

God Bless you and we look forward to hearing from you.
Ken & Dawn


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