Save the Cowboy…A True Endangered Species

by Kevin on November 30, 2011

A few of you may not know that when coming to Colorado, we have organized a national ministry called Save the Cowboy. We appreciate the prayers of all of you as we try to spread God’s Word to cowboys and cowgirls all across this nation.

Here is a short excerpt from Save the Cowboy’s website

My name is Kevin Weatherby and I am the founder of Save the Cowboy. I’d like to thank you for making it this far. I just want you to know that God has a purpose for you.

Did you ever wonder why you are always drawn to horses or cattle? Have you ever wondered why you felt more at home in an arena than you did in a fancy church? Have you ever felt like you were meant for something more?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, chances are that you have recognized God’s calling on your life.

I just want to say that Save the Cowboy will be here to help you get started in any way we can. Being in ministry doesn’t mean you have to be the pastor of a church or a missionary in Antarctica. We can help you get started today!

Here are some ministries that have already been started or are in the chute now:

  • Sale Barn Ministries
  • Circuit Ridin’ Preachers
  • Cowboy Churches
  • Rodeo Ministries (Bullfighter, rough-stock riders, ropers, barrel racers, and rodeo announcers)
  • Ranch Day-workers
  • Chuckwagon Ministries
  • Ranch Rodeo Teams
  • Mounted Shooting
  • Old West re-enactments
  • Photographers
  • Leather workers and Saddle makers
  • Trail Rides
  • Dutch Oven Cooking
  • Musicians and Authors
  • Radio Personalities
  • Horse Trainers and Clinicians
  • Dog Trainers
  • Ranchers
  • Farmers
  • Breeders
  • Whew!!!…..Let’s add your ministry to this list.

As you can see, God has given each of us gifts, desires, and abilities. We would love to help you find your true callin’ today. Feel free to contact me at:

Kevin@SaveTheCowboy.com

Adios amigos y vaya con Dios!

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  • Don Coyote

    Not meanin’ to nit-pick here, but when you say “Adios” in my part of the world that signifies a parting of the ways forever. Better said “Hasta luego” (until later) or “Hasta Pronto” (loosely translated “see ya soon”)

    Soooo, in that we’re a-ridin’ the same trail, mi compadre—Hasta luego!

    Yeah, I know, too much time on my hands—Spring rains and cabin fever….

    • Kevin

      Si, yo entiendo. Muchas personas aqui no hablan espanol, pero entienden la palabra “adios”.

      Gracias mi buen amigo y hasta luego!!

  • Don Coyote

    You did say you “habla”‘d poody good…an’ I guess you do.

    Hasta pronto, compdre, y cuidase mucho. Saludos a tu linda familia…y que te Dios te bendiga.

    • Kevin

      RAC

      Dios te bendiga a ti tambien!!

      (Reir A Carcajadas)

      • Don Coyote

        RAC—para los quien no sabe = LOL

        And there’s always “http://babelfish.yahoo.com/”

  • This is so cool…using the talents that God has given you to reach out to your community. I LOVED seeing all the different types of ministires listed here. That’s quite the variety.

    Oh, while I don’t really speak Spanish (cue German and NOrwegian languages here :), I do understand quite a bit. I grew up in a Spanish-speaking neighborhood in Southern California. Oh, and I do understand tacos 🙂

    Greetings from the ocean shores of California, Heather 🙂

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