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News From The World Of Rodeo

As a part of my ministry I also do a report on Inspirational Country Radio Network, called 'News From The World Of Rodeo' (a longer version of this report runs on WorldOfRodeo.Com), I am looking to interview Cowboy Ministries who have upcoming events, such as rodeos, playdays, barrel racings, schools etc.


If you have such an event coming up and you would like me to mention it both on the program and to list it on please contact me with the information about…


Added by Hank Wilson on June 9, 2011 at 6:15pm — No Comments

Cowboy Gospel Hour

I am the host of the Cowboy Gospel Hour (, the program is a weekly (unless God tells me to produce more than one that week :) ) broadcast available for listening at the website or as a podcast. The show combines Christian Country Music (I'd like more bluegrass), a scripture reading and a message for those who are trying to get through today.  The messages by themselves (no music) are posted for broadcast at


I am always looking for…


Added by Hank Wilson on June 5, 2011 at 7:44pm — No Comments

Spiritual Lessons From The American West

Spiritual Lessons From The American West

(Volume 29, May 2011)


The Bad Guys - "Doc" Holiday…


Added by Andy Starks,ICCAN Int'l Director on May 28, 2011 at 4:00pm — No Comments

Don't forget what this weekend is about

This weekend is memorial weekend folks don't forget to thank our veterans and troops, and those in the military who have't yet.Say Hi, or shake there hand take them out for a cup of coffee.Thats on thing during the Vietnam War when troops were coming home they didn't get recongnized for their efforts.Lets not have this one be the same folks. I thought this was ONE NATION UNDER GOD. Our Lord and savior Jesus Christ doen't want us being JUGDEMENTAL. In the scriptures does't it tell us the 'LOVE… Continue

Added by Chantel Jones on May 28, 2011 at 2:27pm — No Comments

Who Are You?

Often, I have heard is said that character is who a person is when no one else is around.  I tend to disagree as this statement is only partly true.  Character is who a person is all the time.  It is a product of a lifetime.  Someone said that "character is a quality of life.  As such, it affects personality, attitudes, and life standards."

     Who was Peter?  He was a man that you wanted on your side.  If there was a squabble over fishing rights or a heavy catch that needed hauling…


Added by Don Adkisson on May 4, 2011 at 7:05am — 1 Comment

Osprey Ministries and Pepsi

Here is a quick link to vote




Added by John Davis on May 1, 2011 at 8:18pm — No Comments

Osprey Ministries in Pepsi Refresh Project

Hey everyone,

We are in the Pepsi Refresh project again this month and hope we can count on you to help us receive $50,000 in grant money for our ministry. All you have to do is register at one time and then sign in to vote daily. We are listed under Communities - $50,000.00 - “providing food and shelter to underprivileged Native Americans”. If you purchase Pepsi products there is also a special code on the… Continue

Added by John Davis on May 1, 2011 at 3:29pm — No Comments





 The “empty tomb” (Matt. 28:1-7; Mark 16:1-8; Luke 24:1-12; John 20:1-10) is a reality, and the cornerstone of our faith. Without the empty tomb, all preaching would be a waste of time. Paul the apostle emphasizes this in I Corinthians 15. He explains who Christ is: How He died for our sins (I Cor.…


Added by Dr. Henry Harbuck on April 21, 2011 at 6:49pm — No Comments

Pine Ridge

We still have openings for our camp on the Pine Ridge reservation from June 12-18 2011. Last year 52 young people took their lives during the summer. We are praying this camp will provide the guidance to help young people to know the love of Christ and knowledge their lives have meaning. If you would like more information please contact us at 706 835 6010 or by email at

Added by John Davis on April 14, 2011 at 8:01am — No Comments

Fund Raising Banquet



                   P.0. Box 866 

             Hiawassee, GA 30546

The Board of Directors of Osprey Ministries, Inc. would like to invite everyone to the House of Prayer Family Life Center on Friday, May 6, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. to be a part of our first fundraising banquet. The evening will be filled with a variety of music provided by the House of Prayer Choir ensemble, the Hogsed Brothers from…


Added by John Davis on April 14, 2011 at 7:53am — No Comments


     "In the country of the open spaces a man must have sand.  Courage is the basis upon which the others virtues are built, the fundamental upon which he is most searchingly judged.  Let a man tell the truth, stick to his pal, and fight when trouble is forced on him, and he will do to ride the river with, in the phrase of the plains."

                                                                                       --William MacLeod Raine

That term fellowship is…


Added by Don Adkisson on April 13, 2011 at 7:24pm — No Comments

Spiritual Lessons From The American West (Volume 28, April, 2011)

Spiritual Lessons From The American West

The Bad Guys - Wes Hardin

(Volume 28, April 2011)


      John Wesley Hardin was born May 26, 1853, in Bonham, Texas. Though undocumented, rumor had it that he was so mean, he once shot a man for snoring.

      John's father, James G. Hardin, was a circuit-riding Methodist preacher, as well as part-time lawyer and school teacher.…


Added by Andy Starks,ICCAN Int'l Director on April 11, 2011 at 11:00am — No Comments

Project Gunrunner: Killing Americans With Incompetence

If you do nothing else in your life, then let it be sharing this. Make this information go VIRAL!


Project Gunrunner.

If you’re not familiar with the term already, it’s a name every gun owner and freedom-lover should know.


Under the “Gunwalker” program the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE) has been knowingly funneling American guns into Mexico.


To make…


Added by O.E. Dillon on April 7, 2011 at 9:30pm — 1 Comment


Found this in my Bible study the other day...thought it was worth sharing.




As believers, we are called to proclaim the message of Christ to unbelievers in the best way we know how, being faithful to the truth. That’s really all that Peter did at Pentecost (Acts 2:14-36), but his speech produced dramatic results: the small band of Christ’s followers added 3,000 believers that day. (Acts 2:41)

In the same way, each of us needs to speak up as…


Added by Jan Harbuck, Network Manager on April 5, 2011 at 11:51pm — No Comments

Aches of the Trail

     Scars, decisions, failures, stumbling, the daily work of the job are all part of life.  The old wounds are there and man must live with them.  At times they still may ache, and the heart still feels it.  A glance in the mirror, the scar is seen, the memory returns.  There may even be once again the thought of remorse.

     The aches come and I take some Advil, reach in the cabinet for the liniment, rub it on the aches, and hobble on, always forward.  Thank the good Lord for that…


Added by Don Adkisson on April 4, 2011 at 1:01pm — No Comments

A Moment with Jesus…”Will you be a Light in the Darkness?”


I have to preface this blog my friends with the fact that I have been very tendered with the Lord the past few days so my burden is deep and I have many emotions running through my mind and heart:) Pure joy that God will allow me at times to become so…


Added by Shelly Wilson on March 30, 2011 at 1:17pm — No Comments

To God be the Glory: What Jesus has done for me personally this past year...

Follow-up to my testimony...

God has once again worked miraculously on my behalf in the past year (besides saving me and my daughter from ruin).


In April of last year, I went into respiratory failure. I was rushed to the hospital by the life squad and put in intensive care, where I quit breathing (my lungs are in bad shape from smoking…


Added by Deborah Doss on March 28, 2011 at 4:30am — No Comments

My Testimony

I received Jesus as my Lord back in 1960 when I was 9 years old. My childhood was spent in church and I loved the Lord. But my love waxed cold when I became a rebellious teenager. I was also a bi-polar but back in those days, there were no diagnosis to describe my condition other than anxiety/depression.


I went thru 3 marriages in my early 20's. Experimented with drugs, sex, alcohol but never…


Added by Deborah Doss on March 28, 2011 at 1:17am — 2 Comments

Blessed Quietness--Holy Quietness

My wife and I were camping a couple of years ago near the Utah/Wyoming border.  The first night a storm came up, the winds blew and the rain came down.  Annie asked if the tent was going to be blown away.  I assured her that it would not blow away since we were in it, but did tell her that if might come down.

     The next morning, ahhh, the air was clear and crisp, the sun shining down, and there was a wonderful freshness.  We sat around the fire before breakfast, drinking coffee and…


Added by Don Adkisson on March 26, 2011 at 4:18pm — 2 Comments

A Purpose For Living

I have but one purpose in life and that purpose is to become more like the Lord Jesus..." Not to become Him..but rather be more becomming to him",...the only reason I can see for the Lord to allow me to rise-up one more morning or draw one more breath of air, is to be in-filled with his Spirit.

As Chirstians we have things..."Things don't have us."...We often start…


Added by Rev./Dr. Steven C. Spalding on March 23, 2011 at 12:00pm — No Comments

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