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Cowboy churches are local Christian churches within the cowboy culture that are distinctively Western heritage in character. A typical cowboy church may meet in a rural setting in a barn, metal building, arena, sale barn, or old western building, have its own rodeo arena, and a country gospel band. Baptisms are generally done in a cattle tank. The sermons are usually short and simple. Some cowboy churches have covered arenas where rodeo events such as bull riding, team roping, ranch sorting, team penning and equestrian events are held on weeknights.
Since 1976, Senior Pastors Mike and Kathy Hayes and Covenant Church have ministered the love of Jesus Christ to the North Texas area and to the nations of the world. From small beginnings in a bank building in old downtown Carrollton in the mid 70s to what are now several beautiful campuses across North Texas, Covenant Church celebrates a membership of almost 10,000.
Founding Pastor Arlie Whitlow moved to Sterling, Virginia in August 1982 to begin the Community Church. The first service was held on September 14, 1982 with 35 people in attendance. There was neither a church building or any assets. There was only a dream that God would raise up a wonderful place where people could know Him and raise their families in a Godly environment. The reason Community Church exists is quite simple; God has called them to be a HOSPITALÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½a community of healing for all people. HOSPITAL stands for 8 key initiatives: Helping the Hurting. Outreach to the World. Serving our Community. Preaching the Good News. Involvement in Ministry. Teaching GodÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½s Word. Adoration of God. Leadership Development.
The Church of the Nazarene is the largest Wesleyan-holiness denomination in the United States. It was founded to spread the message of scriptural holiness (Christlike living) to everyone. By 2011, the Church of the Nazarene had 2,059,261 members worldwide. Their mission is "to respond to the Great Commission of Christ to go and make disciples of all nations'(Matthew 28:19)."
Church of the Highlands offers contemporary, Biblically-driven worship services that are alive with energy and creativity, as well as excellent childcare, exciting children and student ministries and dynamic small groups.
Charles E. Blake
The Church of God in Christ was founded in 1897 by a group of former Baptists, most notably, Charles Prince Jones and Charles Harrison Mason in Arkansas. It has presence in 60 countries and an international membership of 8,000,000. In the US it has 6,500,000 members, making it the largest Pentecostal church and fifth largest Christian church in the US.
Dr. Raymond F. Culpepper
Founded in 1886, the Church of God is predominantly Christian interwoven with elements of Protestantism and Evangelism. The Church of God subscribes to the following foundational doctrines: the infallibility of the Bible, the virgin birth and deity of Christ, the atoning sacrifice of Christ's death for the sins of the world, the resurrection of the body, and Christ's second coming in bodily form to earth.
The Church of Christ is a broad term describing the group of churches which operate independent of a single denominational group. Often these churches are identified by their efforts to base doctrine and their practices on the Bible alone while seeking to be New Testament congregations (as originally established by the authority of Christ).
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