Covenant Ranch Ministry ministers at Bull-riding Clinics throughout New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas.  Please call the office for scheduled dates.


Covenant Ranch Ministry provides  basic horsemanship clinics throughout the year.  If you are interested in learning more about horsemanship and the care of your equine please contact us for the next clinic near you.


Covenant Ranch Ministry provides on-site authentic Chuckwagon Cooking.  The food is good and the Word of God is excellent.  We conduct old time "Cowboy Campmeetings".  Call us if we can help you with your next "Revival", 

Covenant Ranch Ministry takes an active part in the ministry of Barrel Racing competition through hosting barrel racing events as well as barrel racing clinics.

This ministry is sponsored by the Holy Spirit.  We believe EVERY Word of the Bible is the Awe Inspired Word of God.  Through Him we are committed to the building of His Kingdom, and that combination cannot be defeated!

If you are hearing the Holy Spirit calling your name, and you just don't know how to respond, we have people who want to help you.  Please come by and worship with us, or call us  (713) 408-8805.  

We have a secure prayer request email address of:  drop us a prayer request.

Today is the day of salvation, now is the accepted time.

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"What if you woke up tomorrow morning with ONLY the things you thanked God for today?"

Covenant Ranch Fellowship conducts worship services at 302 West Hughes Street, Westbrook, Texas.

Worship Service             10:30 a.m.
Supper                                6:00p.m.
Bible Study                         7:00p.m.

June 28, 2019

My eldest son made a comment that impressed upon me the urgency of fulfilling my destiny.
“In the end, I don’t want my life reduced to a stack of photographs.”
Are you living life? Or, are you existing?
Living is giving. Existing is dying.
I’m praying for you this day.
Abba, I lift the reader to Your Altar. Please continue to direct the steps of the righteous, cause the wicked to stumble in their plans of wickedness. Give us ears to hear Your voice, a mind to comprehend Your Words and a heart willing to enter in and complete the work You assigned us.
In Yeshuas name and by His Merit I pray.

June 12, 2019

When you teach your child anything, you do not just teach your child but your child’s child and their children and so on. You also teach others through your child and their children. It is called a legacy.
What legacy are leaving behind when you pass through this world? What are you teaching that’s worthy of you having lived?
Shalom, shalom (Perfect peace),
I’m praying for you. Don’t forget that YOU matter.

June 10, 2019

Deciphering the name

The name Zaphenath-Paneah that was given to Joseph, can be derived from the Hebrew roots: צפן פִּעְנֵחַ (tsaphan and paneach). Tsaphan means “to hide, treasure or store up”. We find this word in Ps.119, “Thy Word have I hid in mine heart…,” which in Hebrew is Belibi tsaphanti (בְּ֭לִבִּי צָפַ֣נְתִּי). Paneach means “to decipher; solve; decode, interpret”.

Thus, Zaphenath-Pa’neach, Joseph’s Egyptian name, might be translated as, “He who explains hidden things”. That really could be the name that Pharaoh would give to Joseph, after all, he interpreted Pharaoh's dreams.

This name also might be translated as “The Revelation of the Hidden”. Then, it would reflect not only Pharaoh’s understanding of Joseph, but God’s entire plan in this story. In English texts, however, the name is just transliterated, and this profound meaning is completely lost. From ISRAEL INSTITUTE OF BIBLICAL STUDIES