Susie McEntire

Few Christian Country artists are more renowned, rewarded, and respected than Susie McEntire. In addition to numerous awards and nominations from TNN, GMA, CCMA, she has been named “Christian Country Artist of the Year” several times. She has also scored no less than four #1 singles on the Positive Country charts over the last few years. However, more than her fame, it is her faithfulness and genuine love for others that impresses anyone who has ever met her.

Raised on an Oklahoma ranch, immersed in Country music with sisters Alice and Reba and brother Pake McEntire, Susie has been singing all her life. Her zeal for music came, however, when she dedicated her talents to the Lord. Susie travels the nation sharing her ministry and story of love and hope, inspiring countless people.

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Pastor Russ Weaver

Russ Weaver is the co-Host of Cowboy Church and Pastor of Shepherd’s Valley Cowboy Church. Shepherd’s Valley Cowboy Church is located in Egan, Texas, and was founded by Russ in July 1997 which hosts an average weekly attendance of approximately 700 people.

“As Pastor of Shepherd’s Valley Cowboy Church, I enjoy my family and the life God has given me to the fullest,” says Russ. Russ Weaver was associated with the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association for eleven years as a Calf Roper. He had the honor of serving as a Home Missionary for the Assemblies of God in the Rodeo and Horse Racing industries. He was privileged to start the Race Track Chaplaincy of Texas. He is currently serving as President of the Cowboy Church Fellowship of the Assemblies of God formed in May of 2006.

Russ and Anna have been married for 29 years. Anna works as a flight attendant for Sky West Airlines. They have three boys, Levi who is married to Heather (he is a Musician), Jordan who is married to Lacey (he is a Professional Calf Roper). “Our youngest son Shea received his eternal promotion at the age of 13 due to a tragic car accident in the fall of 1997,” quoted by Russ and Anna.

Russ Weaver has a lot of history and experiences that will hopefully touch, encourage and challenge those going through decision times in their lives.

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