Saturday, November 27, 2010

Meet Jesus at the Phelps County Cowboy Church

If you feel the Lord calling you, and you've been thinking about going to church, yet you can't bring yourself to go into one, let me recommend an alternative: The Phelps County Cowboy Church.
This congregation meets in a horse sale barn, the Rolla Horse Auction located north of St. James on Highway 68. No need to dress up if you don't feel like; lots of folks come straight from work, and I don't mean office work.
The music is provided by a country vocalist with a country combo and back-up singers. The preacher is the sale barn owner, and he preaches a solid, biblical, sincere sermon about Jesus Christ, Our Lord and Savior.
Lots of people go to the Phelps County Cowboy Church on Thursday nights and to their home church on Sundays. Lots of people consider Phelps County Cowboy Church their home church.
If you have a home church, as I do, why not pray for the Phelps County Cowboy Church and attend from time to time?
If you don't have a home church, why not worship with the Cowboy Church regularly?
It's a good place to go to start building a relationship with Jesus.

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