Please tell us about how you are associated with or involved in the cowboy church/ministry community.
I am a singer/writer of Country Gospel music. A member of CGMA and IAMM. I travel and minister in Word and Song to all denominations. I am Country through and through and a lot of folks call me just that, "Country" even though, I DON'T HAVE A HORSE!
The Lord has blessed you with another year To shine His blessings on you that really appear In life you deserve nothing but the best Of what life offers, eliminating the rest A birthday is more than just a celebration It is a milestone of your achievements in this generation This is a wish from a musician & poet To one of the Lord’s children as only I know it Who knows what the future holds in store Your gifts and blessings are waiting at the Lord’s door Inside of a you is a gift that is precious and rare That is the heart which cannot be compared In conclusion, I’d like to say I wish you many more Happy Birthdays.
ICCAN will be partnering again this year with the Christian Country Expo in Pigeon Forge, TN! We had a great event last year and looking for even more things going on this year. If you plan to attend be sure to tell them you are with ICCAN so we can…Continue
I will start out Dec. 20th from Haughton, LA driving to Las Vegas. My next scheduled event is Dec. 27th In Vegas. I am looking for any churches that would like to have me along the route. You may contact at email@example.com. I travel in my…Continue
Anyone else feel a great sense of feeling God's presence outdoors? I think that is why I enjoy it so much. I mean, most of the time I could care less about a fish on the line as long as I have my bible with.Anyways, I am starting an online community…Continue
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"Woe unto them that call evil good and good evil; that put darkness for light and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!" (Isaiah 5:20 KJV)As we celebrate this Sunday the sacrifice that Christ made on the cross, let us…Continue