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Christian Crawlers 4x4 Club

Code of Conduct

As Christians, we are to glorify God in all we do, even our 4-wheeling. As a group, we represent God. If you are our guest, please respect this, even if it is not your belief. To do this, we will follow several principles:


We will "love our neighbor" (Mark 12:31) by being courteous to those in our group and anyone we meet; by respecting the rights of all property owners, public or private; and by refraining from using offensive language, profanity, illegal drugs or alcohol while with the group.

We will "submit to the governing authorities" (Romans 13:1) by obeying all laws, rules and regulations, including trail closures and restrictions, even if they seem unreasonable.

We will be "good rulers" over God's creation (Genesis 1:28) by minimizing our impact, staying on designated trails, packing out our trash, cleaning up after less responsible users and leaving the trail better than we found it.

We will "carry each others burdens" (Galatians 6:2) by going as a group. The stronger will help the weaker grow in ability and experience. The limits of the group will be determined by the limits of the weakest member. No one will be left behind or go ahead on their own. If we agree to split up, there will be at least two vehicles in each newly formed group.

We will "carry our own load" (Galatians 6:5) by each one being responsible for themselves, their vehicle and their passengers. 4-wheeling can be dangerous and Christian Crawlers 4x4 Club, its leaders and the trail leaders of any trip are not responsible for any damage, or injury which may occur. More experienced members of the group can offer advice and assistance, but you must decide if and how you will proceed.


We will "in humility value others above ourselves"  (Philippians 2:3)

We will conduct ourselves in our personal and business dealings in a manner glorifying to God. 


Thanks to the Calvary 4-Wheelers of Colorado for allowing us to adopt their code of conduct for our clubs use as well.