"
What is RailHope America?


The RailHope America logo identifies the Railroad Evangelistic Association as a leading member of a global network of Railroad Ministries whose common goal is to bring the hope of the Gospel of Christ to the world-wide Railroad Community. Will you join us?


Railroad Evangelistic Association

WELCOME... ALL ABOARD!

The Railroad Evangelistic Association (REA) exists to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ to the entire railroad community worldwide and to promote mutual Christian fellowship among those in the railway passenger industry, railroad freight industry, the model railroad hobbyists and the rail fan enthusiasts.

1

Subscription Information

Get on Track!
Subscribe to the
Railroad Evangelist Magazine

"All Aboard!"

and help to spread the Good News
in your area !

2

Membership Information
 

We invite you to become an active member of the REA family, and help us spread the gospel seed in your area.

3

2018 REA Convention

REA invites you to attend the next (77th) National Convention Celebration
AUGUST 20-24, 2018

4

The Railroad Evangelist Magazine
All Aboard!

"Proclaiming the Good News since 1938" - Spring 2018

The railroad Evangelist

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND INTEREST IN RAILWAY EVANGELISM!

Get more information about Railroad Evangelism--just send your question or comment to us by email to: railhopeamerica@gmail.com


WE respect your privacy !!

testimonials

What People Are Saying

The best of greetings to all from the Railroad Museum of Minot, North Dakota! We are proud to have your former president, Jake Steffen, as one of our founding members. His widow, Dorothy, calls me every few months so I can pick up copies of "All Aboard" to give away at the museum. We rejoice in the message of the Lord and the magazine is popular here. God's Blessings to you and a huge thank you to Dorothy! Sincerely, Ted Bolte

TED BOLTE
NORTH DAKOTA

Thanks for sending me the Railroad Evangelist magazine, “All Aboard!” I love what you are doing for Jesus Christ. Recently Amtrak was rerouted over the (famed) Tehachapi Loop and I heard it cost $500.00 to ride Amtrak over the Loop, but it don’t cost a dime to get to heaven. Moral of the story: ride the right train!Your magazine is a true inspiration and encouragement to me. Thanks. Geoffrey Taylor

GEOFFREY TAYLOR
CALIFORNIA

get social

Stay Connected

contact us

Tell us what you think