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This is a photo of Rev Steve Robinson-Worley
A Message from this Cowboy Preacher....

Ever since the Lord brought me back from the dead, ever since Jesus let me stand eye to eye with Him, I have understood that there is no better way to live than with a child’s heart beating in my chest.   As you listen to these songs, cast all your wearies unto Jesus lap.  Take all your past feelings, all the mistakes, all the wrong decisions, all the doubts, all the fears that you have ever wrestled with, all the nightmares that have plagued you in the dead of the night and in the light of day cast them at the feet of the Savior.  


Jesus came for one reason and one reason alone so that every person that ever lived or ever will live on the face of the earth can have an opportunity to be made young again in heart and in mind and in spirit with a sense of cleanliness from the inside out that only having a relationship with Jesus directly can you ever experience.  It doesn’t take fancy religion, it doesn’t take fancy clothes, or a fancy house or a big barn full of million dollar horses to pay your way into heaven because to tell to truth none of those things can buy your ticket in.  The way has already been paid.   By the Virgin birth, life, crucifixion, death, resurrection that Jesus paid that makes the way possible for any child, for any man, for any women, to have their name branded in the palm of God’s hand.  All you have to do is cry out, “ Jesus, I need you!  Come and take the steering wheel of my life!  I am yours !  Help me! 

 Cowboy Church Missionary,

 Jeff Smith "How to be Saved."

Don Edwards sings
     "The Master's Call" 

Roy Rogers sings

"The Circuit Riding Preacher"

With Dale and Linda

Gene Autry " God's in the Saddle" ​

Roy Rogers shows

           "How to Block a Hat​​"

Roy Rogers "Read the Bible & Pray" 

Gene Autry's The Cowboy's Code of Honor

A cowboy never takes unfair advantage - even of an enemy.

A cowboy never betrays a trust. He never goes back on his word.

A cowboy always tells the truth.

A cowboy is kind and gentle to small children, old folks, and animals.


A cowboy is free from racial and religious intolerances.

A cowboy is always helpful when someone is in trouble.

A cowboy is always a good worker. ​

A cowboy respects womanhood, his parents and his nation's laws. 

A cowboy is clean about his person in thought, word, and deed.

A cowboy is a Patriot.

The Baker Family "Whitehouse Blues"
       The Iron Mountain Railroad 
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