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The Prospect Checklist


Be born again.

Be a male at least 18 years of age. (Assistants/MD Assistants may be female.)

Be called of God to minister to Truck Drivers. (Have a desire to reach the lost as well as minister to the body of Christ who are on the road).

Be an active member in good standing of a local Church for at least one year. (If you have moved from one city to another we may use your previous church membership), to supplement the present one. (Contact our home office.)

Have the support and endorsement of your Pastor and your Church.

Have a strong Biblical foundation and a working knowledge of the Holy Bible.

Be a tither.

Understand that Truckstop Ministries, Inc. does not allow the use of alcohol, tobacco, profanity, or other behavior that would negatively affect your Christian witness. (You should not have used alcohol or tobacco for at least one year prior to applying.)

Be willing to review and work within the parameters of the TMI Chaplain & Missionary Driver Training Manual and all other training materials of Truckstop Ministries, Inc.

Agree to abide by TMI’s Social Media Policy (as explained in the Training Manual).

Review and agree with the TMI Statement of Faith.

Be willing to consent to a criminal background check. (Understand that, due to liability and legal constraints, TMI cannot have registered sex offenders as volunteers.)

Be willing to be trained.

Be able to work under the authority of others and follow instructions.

Be neat in appearance.

Be available.

What will be expected of me as a volunteer (typical Sunday morning at a truck stop):

Arrive two hours prior to starting time, pray over Location Guides, and walk around handing out Location Guides inviting the Drivers to meeting. Where possible, one hour prior, make announcements on P/A system. 

Start meeting on time by handing out Bibles that are stuffed with attendance report concealed at back page; music is good, but not required. 

Let them know the Bibles are free in case they want to make notes in them. 

CHAPLAINS/MISSIONARY DRIVERS: Because of the Drivers’ schedules, keep meeting to an hour, including giving invitation at end. Then offer to talk to and pray with any Driver who wants to talk privately. 

At end, announcements include: “Please fill out the attendance form as a record of your attendance, and place in donation box on your way out.” 

Pick up and store all materials. Be sure the room (area) is clean when you are finished. 

If you can answer yes to all of the above and still have a desire to work with Truckstop Ministries, Inc., click here to continue.