For decades, rodeo cowboys held the reputation of being beer-drinking, woman-chasing, barroom-brawling hoodlums - a reputation many cowboys went above and beyond to earn. However, in the early 1970s, some cowboys went about changing that image. Several cowboys who professed a relationship with Jesus Christ decided to step into the light with their Christian faith.
The Cowboy Call: Living for Jesus in the Western World is a compilation of short stories and testimonies of people doing just that - living out their faith in a setting where bulls are more common than Bibles, where the modern day cowboy spends more time in the saddle than he does in a church pew, and where the great outdoors offers spiritual insights aimed directly at the heart.
Join author Dale Hirschman as he takes you inside the arena and out into God's creation, sharing encouraging and inspirational lessons about following Christ wherever you are.
Where does The Cowboy Call rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
Cowboy Call is different from other books I have listened to, I loved it.
What other book might you compare The Cowboy Call to and why?
Cowboy Call is like no other book I have listened to.
Which character – as performed by Dale Hirschman – was your favorite?
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
It is more of a book that I wanted to listen to, then take awhile too think, then listen more.
Any additional comments?
Never be ashamed to province your Christianity no matter where you are or who your with.