It is our great privilege to serve all of those who come to our ranch, regardless of background or personal belief.
As we, based on our faith in Jesus Christ, seek to serve you with respect and compassion, we invited those of you who are interested to participate with us in our Good Soil bible studies, discipleship and other spiritual growth opportunities.
A farmer planted seed. As he scattered the seed, some of it fell on the road, and birds ate it. Some fell in the gravel; it sprouted quickly but didn’t put down roots, so when the sun came up it withered just as quickly. Some fell in the weeds; as it came up, it was strangled by the weeds. Some fell on good earth, and produced a harvest beyond his wildest dreams.
Are you listening to this? Really listening?
Study this story of the farmer planting seed. When anyone hears news of the kingdom and doesn’t take it in, it just remains on the surface, and so the Evil One comes along and plucks it right out of that person’s heart. This is the seed the farmer scatters on the road.
The seed cast in the gravel—this is the person who hears and instantly responds with enthusiasm. But there is no soil of character, and so when the emotions wear off and some difficulty arrives, there is nothing to show for it.
The seed cast in the weeds is the person who hears the kingdom news, but weeds of worry and illusions about getting more and wanting everything under the sun strangle what was heard, and nothing comes of it.
The seed cast on good earth is the person who hears and takes in the News, and then produces a harvest beyond his wildest dreams. - Matthew 13
Seeking After God Everyday!
Tuesday evenings 5:30 - 7:30 PM June - August girls ages 10-17 meet for bible study, prayer, horseback riding fellowship and service projects. We want to walk out our faith with the un-measurable strength and grace, the love and forgiveness that we have already been given!
1st, 3rd & 4th Thursday evenings June - September 5:30 - 8:00 PM Ben and Caryl Lester will host a bible study group called ROOTS.
Open to adults of all ages.
The ranch is a peaceful yet active place where discussions can take place, questions can be raised, burdens can be shared, prayers can be spoken and the Bible can be looked at more in depth.
Children 5-12 will be supervised and included in age appropriate bible study and prayer and other activities that may include
crafts, gardening games and a variety of horse related activities. Youth ages 12 and up are welcome to serve as Jr. Volunteers.
2nd Thursday of the month June - September from 5:30 - 8:00 PM join us our Ranch Round Up!
We gather, weather permitting, for volunteer service, a meal, fellowship, riding time, gardening and an informal time of teaching from God’s Word. Families, student groups, and individual volunteers are welcome.