JEFF GORE: RIDING FOR THE BRAND

Dinner and Conversation at Oskar’s Cafe at Lake Martin, Alabama

                        Featuring Special Guest:  Jeff Gore

I’ve watched today’s Special Guest live his faith in God for almost 40 years.  His mustache is as wide as his smile and as big as his heart.  He follows Jesus, loves his family, and surrendered to God’s call upon his life to cowboy ministry before the fad of cowboy church was even a thing.  For 29 years he has ridden alongside working cowboys and performed everywhere from round-ups to sawdust tents, from sanctuaries to concert halls.        

He won The Academy of Western Artists’ Male Singer Award in 1997 and has had significant roles in two western movies – “The Good Old Boys,” directed by Tommy Lee Jones, and “Nail 32” starring Brad Johnson.  He has also recorded a corral full of albums and written one western novel – “Jingle In the Horses.

We live in a culture where “branding” has become trendy again.  Your brand tells people who you are and what they can expect.  It goes a little deeper than that among cowboys.   For them, to “ride for the brand” means to be true and loyal to the rancher who hired you.  Contrary to popular belief, there is only one brand of truth and His name is Jesus.  He even said so Himself in John 14:6. Jeff Gore rides for His brand. 

And one more thing I forgot to mention.  Jeff is also one of my best friends.  So grab some grub and gather round the chuckwagon.  We saved you a haybale.

https://www.jeffgore.org

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