International Cowboy Church Alliance Network - ICCAN

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Unique Concert 1 Reply

I am looking for Cowboy Churches across the country to bring my concert.  It is a "Gospel Sax Sing-Along" concert.  More information through email at my website…Continue

Started by Shelton Bissell. Last reply by Ross Pollock Mar 18.

We Need A Healing

"IF MY PEOPLE..."  2 Chronicles 7:14King James Version (KJV)14 If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then…Continue

Started by Gene Tatum Aug 7, 2016.

Texas Inspirational Singer Songwriter & Speaker Jimmy Grayson

Hello All.God has led me to take my story and music beyond the traditional doors to reach those who are struggling with addiction. Message me back. I have a lot to offer and... just maybe we can…Continue

Tags: Message, Sunday, Music, Testimony, Preaching

Started by Jimmy Grayson Apr 30, 2013.

Looking for Contacts 3 Replies

I am a Country Gospel recording artist from Columbia, South Carolina. I am trying to fill the rest of my dates this year and I have no Cowboy Churches on the agenda. Any churches that would be…Continue

Started by Michael Wayne Ayers. Last reply by Jimmy Grayson Apr 30, 2013.

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Comment by Paul Tillman on September 15, 2012 at 9:34pm

Just wanted to say Hello to everyone.. This is truly an amazing site....  I have enjoyed reading all the comments...  and viewing some of the website........ I would like to take a moment and invite you all to visit my website www.paultillmanmusic.com and take a few minutes to browse and listen...  would love to talk to some of ya about coming and ministering at your church Thanks to all and God richly bless each of you.........Tks Paul

Comment by Candace & Chuck Kuykendall on March 3, 2012 at 2:32pm

Got a call about possible cowboy church plants in the Middle Tennessee area. we are in need of pastors for these church plants. If you know of anyone, have them contact us.

Comment by Ron Brewer on February 24, 2012 at 2:55pm

I sing Christian Country/Country Gospel Music on a full-time basis. I am looking for a couple of dates to fill while I am going to be in the Ben Wheeler area on March 25th. I am presently booked at The Heritage Trail Cowboy Church in Ben Wheeler on the a.m. service, but I could really use a Sunday night or even a Sat. or possibly a Wednesday on the 28th if anyone knows of one. God Bless you all and thank you so much for allowing me share my message in song. www.ronbrewermusic.com 

Comment by Tera Sellers on December 31, 2011 at 12:52pm

You can check out our church page:

www.gracechapelag.com

FB:  In His Presence...

We are a little country church filled with a Mighty Powerful God in Gilbertown/Toxey AL

Comment by Tera Sellers on December 31, 2011 at 12:51pm

http://youtu.be/YEm8xm-gydg Bro Chris preaching on the power to be free through Jesus Christ!!!

The issues/addictions/thoughts that have held you bound can be loosed when you touch Christ in your desperation and need...

Comment by Rebecca Young Worthley on September 1, 2011 at 7:45am
Comment by Bob and Sylvia Jordan on September 1, 2011 at 7:06am

We travel and share the gospel through music. We sing souther gospel and use keyboard, guitar, harmonica, horn and sometimes a banjo. You can see our web site at www.JordanGospelMusic.com

 

Comment by Bob and Sylvia Jordan on August 31, 2011 at 8:17am
We are looking for places to play and sing as we travel east on I-40 from Amarillo to North Carolina.  We will leave October 7th and come back October 26th.
Comment by Kevin Corbin on April 10, 2011 at 11:01am

Sorry, not sure what happened, we had a power surge and things went wonky.

We're quite different than many of the cowboy churches that I've encountered. The following are comments on ministry differences, they are not criticisms, as we must each minister the way God has called us.

We consider ourselves a full service church that does a great deal of teaching including seminary level theology. Many cowboy churches are strictly outreach focused. Outreach forms a big part of what we do, but we have intentionally tried to integrate those who come into a Christian community.

Our music is country and our dress is cowboy. We minister to those with an affinity for the western lifestyle. Being located next to a major urban center many of our people could best be described as cowboy at heart.

In many ways, our services might not look all that different from a more traditional evangelical Christian church, but we find the atmosphere allows non-believers and seekers to feel very comfortable. On average there is a year between the time people first hear of us and actually attend a service.

Here's the line up for a typical Friday night service.

 

4PM set up crew arrives
6PM people begin arriving for soup and sandwhiches
7:30 PM service commences
Prayer

Opening musical set

Announcements

Scripture Reading
Little Wranglers - children's time

Prayer and praise

Special reading/music

8:30 coffee break (usually 15 minutes) - Kid's go off to children's church at this point

Band calls us back with a tune

Preaching (usually 45 minutes)

Closing set

Closing prayer

Cowboy blessing

Typically we wrap up about 9:45

We kick the stragglers out at midnight.

 

First Saturday of the month - men's breakfast

Monday Mornings - men's coffee

Monday evenings band practice.

Wednesday afternoon and evenings - Bible study

Sunday afternoon and evening - theology classes - two afternoon, two evening classes with a meal between the classes shared by all.

 

That keeps us hopping through the week.

 

 

Comment by Skipper Calder on March 16, 2011 at 6:19am
What kind of fish you catch will depend on what you use for bait. We need to remember the unsaved are not attracted to the same things we are. I use problem horses from the community each week, we meet at a rodeo arena not a church building. The owners have to come to bring their horse. Country music, horses and God. Many people have a problem with church buildings but not the Bible. www.cowboyupministry.com
 

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Unique Concert 1 Reply

Started by Shelton Bissell. Last reply by Ross Pollock Mar 18.

We Need A Healing

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