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Lyft Drivers Spread the Gospel With Ride-hailing Ministries

In this Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022, photo in Princeton, N.J., Tomika Reid holds books that she’s authored. Reid, a single mother and children’s book author in the Princeton area, works as a ride-hailing service driver and tries to inspire passengers through spiritual guidance on the road as part of what she sees as a ride-hailing ministry. (AP Photo/Luis Andres Henao)
In this Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022, photo in Princeton, N.J., Tomika Reid holds books that she’s authored. Reid, a single mother and children’s book author in the Princeton area, works as a ride-hailing service driver and tries to inspire passengers through spiritual guidance on the road as part of what she sees as a ride-hailing ministry. (AP Photo/Luis Andres Henao)

New York (AP) -- One is an ordained pastor in Brooklyn, the other a single mother and children’s book author in New Jersey. Both drive for Lyft. Both share the word of God as roving preachers.

Pastor Kenneth Drayton and Tomika Reid try to inspire passengers through spiritual guidance on the road as part of what they see as mobile Christian ministries.