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Dear Friends,

 

Welcome to Cowboypastor.com.

 

The purpose of our web site Bible Study is to help lead folks to Jesus Christ and to help them grow in their relationship with Him. This Bible Study is not meant to take the place of the local church, but to help in a person's study of the Bible so as to fulfill their part in their church.

 

On Easter Sunday, April 6, 1980, I received the Lord Jesus Christ as my Savior, and was baptized at the Hawaii Kai Baptist Church in Honolulu, Hawaii. Upon receiving a Diploma in Pastoral Ministries from the External Education Division of the Southern Baptist Seminaries in May, 1988, I surrendered to the Gospel Ministry in November 1994, was Licensed by Emmanuel Baptist Church in February 1995 and Ordained by Emmanuel Baptist Church in March 1998. From November 1994 to November 1998, I was blessed to supply the pulpit in many churches and fulfilled many church functions. I served as Pastor at Sunset View Baptist Church in Pasco, Washington from November 1998 until June 2004, when I retired from the pulpit to relocate to Mesa, Arizona. An Honorary Alumnus of Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary I received an Associate Degree in Arts and Science in 1992 from Columbia Basin College, Pasco, WA.

 

I was born and raised on a farm and ranch in Western Nebraska. Employed by Western Airlines in 1965, I retired in 2001. During that time I was blessed to be able to raise and train horses, photograph rodeos for the PRCA, lead Cowboy Church and Bible Studies, and help start a Fellowship of Christian Cowboys Chapter.

 

My prayer is that all who visit this site would draw closer to the Lord Jesus Christ.

 

In His Name,

Pastor Larry Schwartzkopf

Cowboypastor.com Ministries     

Freely you received, freely give.

 

 

1 John 1:9  If we confess our sins, He is faithful and righteous to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.

 

 

 

    

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