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“I remain confident of this: I will see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living. Wait for the Lord; be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord.”

PSALM 27:13-14


This verse has been a great reminder for me these past few months. You see, I resigned from the corporate world in January of this year. I am living on my Faith in God that he will guide me and take me down the path he needs me to go.  For 35 plus years I have worked for the Telecommunication industry. In 2006 God gave me the vision of Living Life Ranch he is telling me it’s time to move forward.

I have not announced this vision to tons of people but a few here and there.

The task that I was given is to build a Ranch keeping the cowboy world in existence. We all see the Cowboy seems to be fading away around us, in Johnson County especially.  How many people have ever experienced a life as a Cowboy on a ranch?  That is one of the things we are offering the public in the future plan. For people of All ages.

The LLR ranch is suppose to be a place for the community to come and experience peace, unity and God’s love, in a cowboy ranch lifestyle setting.  We will have horses, cattle, Gardens, farm animals of many kinds, Arenas, & trails to ride. Chuck Wagon meals by Fireside, prayer and worship. We will have events for any special occasion. Retreats and/or getaways. The most important thing of course is we will provide our Equine Assisted Learning, Experience Riding Lessons, Life Coaching, Emmanuel prayer and so much more for people to come and experience Jesus’s gift of peace and soul care.  I don’t know how this will happen, but I know that people will come if we build it.  

This Ranch that I describe is going to take land, land that I don’t have and a lot funds to build, that I don’t have. It is way bigger than I am. You know I can’t focus on what I don’t have. God has HIS plan, I’m just an instrument. I personally don’t have but little income today. I am truly living on prayer and faith. I know that nothing is too big for God I’m just like an Ant compared to him.  I do know that if he wants Living Life Ranch to be built as I described he will make it happen. His way and in his time.  We must be a patient and be good stewards and just stay on the path.

Picture by Cowboy’s Hope for Cure

We are offering our services at our current location from 9-5 Monday-Saturday for the most part. We do have exceptions. 

If you or someone you know needs encouragement, peace, a safe place to come too.  You can check out our reviews on Google or our website. We are here for you….. Contact us at www.livingliferanch.org

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