I’m Andy Taylor, the founder and leader of Trinity Fellowship in Sayre, Oklahoma. I’m involved in giving apostolic oversight to a growing number of churches and ministries across the Western United States.
My ability to make complex scriptural issues simple and practical is the key to “equipping the saints for the work of the ministry”, and to have a living and powerful kingdom church that impacts the community, the state, and the nations. I am fiercely protective of those called into the ministry, and my heart is to stand with and restore those pastors who have been wounded, fallen, or dropped out on the call for their life.
I am a former professional bull rider, I was inducted into the Texas Rodeo Cowboy Hall of Fame in 2008. My wife Julie and I have been married for 45 years and we are proud parents of 5 children and 10 grandchildren.
Hey, Andy Taylor here, I want to talk to you about this book, The Best Kept Secrets in the Kingdom. Book Synopsis: Author Video The Best Kept Secrets in the Kingdom, a book I finished a couple years ago. 20 Keys To Revolutionize Your Life and Your Church. I’ll tell you why I wrote this…
“The waiting is the hardest partEvery day you see one more cardYou take it on faith, you take it to the heartThe waiting is the hardest part” The Waiting’ – Tom Petty “Learning to wait is one of the hardest things for both the natural, and the spiritual man.” We lost a great American treasure…
True statement! But, probably not a ‘big deal’ in the way you were thinking. I receive speaking invitations fairly often. Most of them I say, “No” to because I believe I’m doing what I’m supposed to be doing by being at my own church every week. But occasionally and ‘invite’ will come my way that…
There are many out there who’ll live their entire lives believing they were never quite acceptable or good enough to please God. And, what’s worse is that it leads one to believe that the Father’s love based entirely on our behavior.
You’ve heard of Gunner Payne, right?? Just kidding…..I’d almost be willing to bet the whole ranch that you’ve never heard of him. But Gunner Payne changed the world in an extremely profound way. Gunner was a Quaker; You actually have heard of the Quakers, but if you’re like me you don’t know much about them.…
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Ok. I think I know who you are–I didn’t know about the bullrider…but our Pastor worked in a feed depot, loading trucks and was a drummer in a western music band. I look forward to reading your blog.
Thank you, Jean! Appreciate your feedback, and thanks for checking in on the blog!
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I read your comments about Bugger Bryant. I lived in Hagerman in the 1960s. Was good friends and traveled with Bugger for a couple of years . You are dead on about his religious beliefs. He worked at Freeman’s welding shop. I worked at the local cotton gin co. We neither had any money to blow, just go ride and come home. Bugger and I were in Shepler western store together when I met my wife Cheryl ( 56 wonderful years ago) . I was with him when he had his first tumor removed in Roswell. We now live Ruidoso NM. I have always had a tremendous amount respect for him. Thank you for the article.
Awesome DV! Still think of him often! He made a difference in my life!