Posted: Oct 13, 2012 5:24 PM by Ben Trotter
Sandy Young was diagnosed with liver disease in early September. Doctors gave her three months to live. Her daughter, Mckenzie Sacry, wanted her mom to have one last wish fulfilled - to go on a motorcycle ride again. She turned to Lee Williams, who unbeknownst to Sacry, got nearly a dozen other motorcyclists to accompany them on an autumn ride up Bridger Canyon Saturday afternoon.
According to Sacry, "This is her old life, and when she got sick and on hospice, it had to go away, and so I just feel so blessed that these people are willing to come together and do this."
Williams, founder of Golgotha Ministries, feels this is his calling. "This isn't about me, this is about glorifying the kingdom, this is about serving as an example, this is about making this woman's dream come true, and if that's what i'm here for, if that's what Jesus wants, that's what he gets."