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Campfire Cowboy Ministries · 1Y ago

A Really, Really Bad Five Minutes

We were in China getting our two boys that we adopted and had just got off the bullet train. Riding a train traveling 200 mph is super cool. What wasn’t cool is how my day was ruined even fa...
Campfire Cowboy Ministries · 1Y ago

When the calf bawled, you’ll never believe what happened…

We were tagging calves in a big pasture. I had just reached out and roped one. The fact that it was laying on the ground had nothing to do with my roping skills or the power that this little guy had. He stood up, stretched, and looked up at his mama ...
Campfire Cowboy Ministries · 1Y ago

Why Cowboys Are Unmistakable

My friend and I stood underneath the cloudy sky as the propane tank behind my house filled. He was driving the truck and we never miss a chance to visit and talk a little about God. After th...
Campfire Cowboy Ministries · 1Y ago

7 Risks You Need to Take Today

I woke up excited. Today was the day that I would fulfill one of my greatest dreams—drink a cup of coffee on the shore of the Sea of Galilee as the sun came up. I grabbed a cup of coffee and...
Campfire Cowboy Ministries · 1Y ago

The Greatest Cowboy Move I Ever Made

Three of us rode out to doctor a cow that had something in her eye. This might not sound exciting, but anytime you have cattle, horses, ropes, cowboys, and ten inches of snow, things tend to...
Campfire Cowboy Ministries · 1Y ago

Beyond Belief

My ten year old hands pulled the bull rope tight and Tony wrapped the tail around his wrist and then stuck it through his pinky finger. He was going all in. Tony and I were best friends and ...
Campfire Cowboy Ministries · 1Y ago

Christian Guard Dogs and Syrian Refugees

Sundays are hard on preachers…and their dogs. We have two guard dogs. They are African Basenji crosses and they really are from Africa. The brother and sister pair belonged to a missionary o...
Campfire Cowboy Ministries · 1Y ago

The Cul-De-Sac Bully

Phil was a little kid and we were in the eighth grade. I was the new kid in school so it was a hard time for me, but Phil was nice and one of the few people I might’ve considered a friend. T...
Campfire Cowboy Ministries · 1Y ago

Sorting Problems

There is something that every woman will understand, yet to a man, it is baffling. There are just some things that are beyond comprehension to a man. Things like: The need for dish soap in a glass that only held water, putting the seat up requires th...