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Jerry Wayne Glander

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Jeff Wyler Honda

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Jeff Wyler Honda

949 Burlington Pike

Florence, Kentucky,41042

United States

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Rev. Jerry Glander holds a Bible while he preaches a message during a Triple Crown Cowboy Church service.
Dressed in a big belt buckle and black cowboy hat, pastor Jerry Wayne Glander welcomes newcomers to Triple Crown Cowboy Church: "Ya'll make yourselves at home." With toe-tapping country gospel, a friendly church family and beans and cornbread, it would be difficult for the hat and spurs set not to feel at home. "Everybody's welcome and it's real laid back," Glander, 37, said. He and his wife, Sarah, 34, started the church at Lakeview Park in November. Glander likes Smith's approach and says he too is looking for people who don't feel comfortable in the traditional church. "We have that same need right here in Frankfort, especially in the Shelbyville area," Glander said. Tracy and Pieratt have sung together for years at Tony's Barn in Lawrenceburg and agreed to help Glander start the church. Let's pull out a pot of chili,'" Glander said. "Jerry breaks things down a lot so even newest members can understand." A high-energy preacher, Glander paces back and forth each week and appeals to the congregation about the loving and merciful God they've come to worship. Hat-in-hand, he always prays for God to bless the service and speak to the crowd. Uncharacteristically, the crowd becomes silent, and remains silent, throughout the sermon. "In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, and into an inheritance that can never perish, spoil or fade " kept in heaven for you," Glander recently shared from 1 Peter. "A lot of people have questions about the belief factors," Glander said. "What I preach is backed by the Southern Baptist Convention. I'm an ordained Baptist preacher. But it's not just for Baptists. It's not about isolating people; it's open to anyone and everyone." Originally from Irvine, Ky., Glander was ordained as a Baptist minister in October " the same month he and his wife, Sarah, 34, were married. It's been an eventful year as they're now expecting their first child. Glander says he never thought " "never in a million years" " that he would become a pastor, but starting Triple Crown seemed to be what God wanted. He works full-time as a car salesman at Jeff Wyler Honda; his position as pastor is unpaid. "That was my one stipulation in starting this church," he said. Glander says people show up "straight from the pig barn with mud still on their boots," but not everyone who attends is a cowboy. That's the case in most cowboy churches, he says. Glander said several members of Triple Crown Cowboy Church live in the city, but hold to the cowboy culture. They share the same values and patriotism and enjoy straight Bible preaching. "In our community, it's way beyond horses" he said. "It's country folks.


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Jerry Glander's Friends Jerry Glander has not received any gifts yet Give a Gift Jerry Glander's Page Jan Harbuck, Network Manager left a comment for Jerry Glander Janette Goins left a comment for Jerry Glander Kat Christopher left a comment for Jerry Glander Jan Harbuck, Network Manager left a comment for Jerry Glander "Hi Pastor Jerry, welcome to ICCAN, so glad to have you on the trail ride with us. Let me know if we can assist you in ministry. Our ministry resource site is www.iccantrail.com blessings!!!" Apr 18, 2012 Rocky Morris, Founding Director left a comment for Jerry Glander "Howdy Pastor Jerry and welcome to ICCAN.....It's great to have you here on the network!!!" Director left a comment for Jerry Glander Jerry Glander is now a member of International Cowboy Church Alliance Network - ICCAN Hi Pastor Jerry, welcome to ICCAN, so glad to have you on the trail ride with us. Howdy Pastor Jerry and welcome to ICCAN.....It's great to have you here on the network!!!


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← Back to Jerry Glander's Page Hi Pastor Jerry, welcome to ICCAN, so glad to have you on the trail ride with us. Howdy Pastor Jerry and welcome to ICCAN.....It's great to have you here on the network!!!


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