Get Your Bible Out of the Saddle Bag!

Volume One: Genesis through Esther

by Charles Higgs & Greg Long



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/21/2011

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 80
ISBN : 9781449730819
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 80
ISBN : 9781449730802

About the Book

In the past decade, Texas Baptists have been involved in the development of cowboy churches. Each Sunday in Texas, thirty-five to forty thousand people attend a Texas Baptist/AFCC cowboy church. One of the great needs is to have Bible study materials that are culturally relevant for the Western Heritage Churches.

Authors Greg Long and Charles Higgs have created a series of lessons that will go through the entire Bible.

The reader can look forward to six volumes: volume one takes you on a journey from Genesis through Esther; volume two will go from Matthew through Acts; volume three will cover the Wisdom Books; volume four will cover the Letters of Paul, Peter, James and the Book of Hebrews; volume five will cover the Major & Minor Prophets; volume six will cover the Book of Revelation.

About the Author

Charles Higgs has been director of The Western Heritage Ministry of the Texas Baptist church since 2006. Charles helps in starting and developing Western Heritage Churches in Texas. Charles was the founding pastor of the Cowboy Church of Erath County in Stephenville, Texas. He also pastored traditional Baptist churches in Oklahoma and Texas. Charles received his masters degree from Dallas Baptist University and a doctor of ministry degree from Trinity Theological Seminary. Charles is married to Nancy[ASI1] , and they have one married daughter, Andrea, and three grandchildren.


Greg Long is a native of Georgia. He is a graduate of Georgia State University and New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, where he taught as an adjunct professor for four years. He has been a pastor of churches in Georgia and Mississippi and is the founding pastor of Lost Pines Cowboy Church in Elgin, Texas, where he currently serves. Greg and his wife, Bonnie, have two children, Jason and Krisite, and one granddaughter, Aubree Renee.

 [ASI1]The author may wish to consider reducing the amount of detailed information about his family members for safety reasons.