Cowboy Church events to raise fund for mission work

By Corey Poole

Honduras Trip

Don Cummins, Jay Bass and Hunter Hendrix pose for a picture after a long day of work on the vet team.

The Red River Cowboy Church will hold several fundraisers for its mission trips to Honduras through the Baptist Medical and Dental Mission International (BMDMI).
Upcoming fundraisers include:

• Bake Sale at Natchitoches Walmart’s grocery-side door June11 from 8 a.m. until mid afternoon
• Church-wide garage sale at the corner of Keyser and Williams avenues, across from Cellular One, June 4 and 11 from 7 a.m. – 4 p.m.

In July of last year the church partnered with BMDMI to travel to Guaimaca, Honduras. There, they supplied the locals with a vet team, construction team, medical team (Doctors, nurses, dentists and orthopedists) and children’s ministry. The teams passed out food and water as they cared for the people.

Their next trip is scheduled for July 15-22.

For more information contact Don Cummins at 471-2456 or

One thought on “Cowboy Church events to raise fund for mission work

  1. I wish to commend Mr. Cummins and the Red River Cowboy Church for the work which they are doing in the name of our Lord, work among the good folk of Red River Parish and work among the good folk of Honduras. I am reminded that the word “liturgy” comes from two Greek words “leitos” and “ergos,” the former meaning “the people” or “the public” and the latter meaning “work” or “working,” thus a work of the people or even the work which makes a people. In the Christian understanding, it is the prayer, the supplication, the homily or sermon, the Eucharist (communion, Lord’s supper) which makes us one people, namely the Church or the Corpus Christi (the Body of Christ). The work which Mr. Cummins and the Cowboy Church are doing is the witness and the discipleship is of such, the work which makes a people, unique and distinct on the one hand but also open to all who might come on the other.

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