By Tennessee Ledger Staff
The Rutherford Magazine Show last Sunday evening was joined by Brian Sweatt, Director of Mechanics on a Mission, along with M’Boro Steak N’ Shake owner David Weill joined Mike Sparks on The Rutherford Magazine Show to discuss the organization’s mission. The Rutherford Magazine Show airs every Sunday from 5 to 6 pm on 100.5 FM, 101.9 FM, 1450, the WGNS app, or online wgnsradio.com.
Mechanics on a Mission focuses on actively combating transportation insecurity in Middle Tennessee by providing complimentary
car repair services and free vehicles to single parents (Matthew 25:40), veterans, and widows (1 Timothy 5:3). Collaborating with esteemed partners like Nelson Mazda, Tire World, Christian Brothers Automotive, and Our Church Ministries, their dedicated mechanics tirelessly work to ensure that families have access to safe and reliable transportation.
The motivation behind their work stems from their love for Jesus and a belief in manifesting His love through tangible acts of service and compassion. The success of the mission relies on the generous support of donors and volunteers who join hands to make a meaningful difference. Together, they strive to ensure that everyone in the community can access the necessary transportation to thrive.
Under the leadership of Director Brian Sweat and his committed team, Mechanics on a Mission has become a beacon of love and assistance in the community. If you or someone you know requires support, please reach out to them. The mission was initiated to address the pressing issue of transportation insecurity in Middle Tennessee. Recognizing the financial challenges and hardships faced by many families in the region, the founders aimed to create a solution that empowers these families with the transportation they need for work, school, and daily life.
Through the provision of free car repair services and vehicles to those in need, Mechanics on a Mission actively works to alleviate the burden of transportation insecurity, fostering greater access to opportunities and mobility for every member of the community.
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