discipleship with horses Archive

What the Apostle Paul and Good ‘Ol Rope Horses have in Common

Most bomb-proof horses have two things in common: patience and contentment. Good ‘ol rope horses are hauled, borrowed, and stand tied for hours to arena rails, trailers, trees, and truck bumpers. Horses also learn to patiently stand tied to nothing more than one another.
Category: Daily Inspiration

Does your Horse have Multiple Personality Disorder?

Is your horse an obedient and devoted pony at home but a total space cadet at shows or on the trail? Does your game-playing round pen partner morph into a strange monster when you saddle up to ride in the arena? Does your horse show up every day exactly the same as you left
Category: Christian Horse Training

What is my Purpose?

Christians have asked, worried, and fretted over this question for two thousand years. Many are impatient and ready to march right out to serve God. But, how? Here's some insight into God's answer.
Category: Christian Horse Training

Options for Dealing with Dangerous or Problem Horses – The Truth

Sooner or later most horse folks meet or hear about a horse that is dangerous or unstable. People who own such horses seldom wish to keep them but have no idea how to get them off of the feed bill honorably. Every horse person has an opinion about every horse question. This problem is no
Category: Christian Horse Training

The 4 Basic Commands of Horse Training and Discipleship

This article compares the basic “commands” Jesus gave to His disciples with the four basic “commands” we give to our horses. Read on a bit further and you’ll begin to realize that rarely will these four be used in a commanding manner.
Category: Christian Horse Training

What to do when your horse says, “NO!”

When a horse puts up figurative yellow caution tape around part of its body or resists a particular situation there is an obligation to resolve the problem and tear down the tape. What do you do if your horse says, "You can’t get on my left side," or "Don’t even think of using spurs on
Category: Christian Horse Training

The Unexpected Consequence of Clicker Training

The essence of Christian faith is personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Saving faith is a gift of the Holy Spirit that bursts into the human heart to take up permanent residence. New Creations in Christ are transformed – different – more – than they used to be. Clicker training does not seek transformative relationship with
Category: Christian Horse Training
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