What Love Looks Like..

Currently, my husband and I are counseling a few folks regarding relationships. In the course of conversations, we hear similar themes play out time and again. The theme of “If he/she really loved me, they would not act this way, do this or that” .. To which, the other responds, “If you would stop doing this or that, I would stop too”… and around and around we go.. The blame game. The ole, if you do x, then I will do y song. The deal maker, the bargaining, negotiating etc.. You name it, we’ve really kind of heard it all. blame game

When I hear couples speak in such a way, I have to inwardly cringe, then, smile recalling that before I became grounded in the Lord, and put through some serious situations in my own relationship, my husband and I could and would act the same way!

Then I take a deep breath, pray and say what God has put on my heart to say to the individual, couple etc.. 

I am so very thankful that Jesus Christ did not play the blame game. I am grateful that He sacrificed Himself and gave up dimensions of His being that we may never know about! All because He extended to us LOVE in place of blame and took away our sin and shame! THAT is what LOVE looks like my friends. THAT is LOVE. To put aside pride, personal feelings and just forgive. To extend grace and mercy to those who don’t deserve it.

THAT is LOVE. Christ-like LOVE. 

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This photo is the closest I could find and doesn’t even come close to accurately depicting the suffering of Jesus according to scripture.

When I challenge folks with that kind of love.. I often hear.. “They did this and that to me! Could YOU forgive THAT?” To which, I respond, “Yes! Because, I have been forgiven, I too forgive those who trespass against me!” “I have and will continue to forgive because Jesus Christ, was taken to be scourged, beaten to the point that His face no longer bore any resemblance of a man, then the Roman soldiers wove a crown of thorns (not just rosebush kind of thorns) Jerusalem thorns which are very long, thick and sharp! Felt the need to smash it down on His already beaten and bloody head and brow…

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made to carry a heavy wooden cross to the point of collapse so that Simon of Sirene had to take it up and carry it for Him! Then to be laid on said cross and NAILED to IT! Hanging there, scourged, beaten, practically disemboweled, lungs crushing under the weight of hanging there… He suffered in AGONY!

Let’s pause a minute.. I can’t see through my tears.. My heart is aching and burning, Forget the clean, peaceful looking crucifixes of Jesus on the cross.. They are not reality. In my very humble opinion, too much artistic license has been taken to “clean up the cross” so to speak. It gives a sanitary and far too watered down image. It does no one’s soul any good to look upon a peaceful Jesus hanging on a cross…  OK now back to the article…

And died for me. Me! Jesus Christ died BECAUSE OF ME and FOR ME! An undeserving, sinning, wretch! My sins helped hang Him on that cross” So YES!!! I CAN AND DO FORGIVE!! Anything less is unthinkable. Ilovedyouatyourdarkest

When we do not forgive others, we are telling God what He did, by sacrificing His son for us, wasn’t enough. Nope.. sorry God, not good enough… WHAT?! I would hate to be you when you stand in front of Him at the end of your days. (Just sayin’)

So now that I have painted that picture.. What do you think? You think you are still in a position to point a finger? Not forgive? Not live in peace with your loved ones? Friends? Even strangers? I will leave it there and let your own conscience and convictions take it from here…..

Selah (Think Upon These Things)

Until the spirit moves me again, Love one another in His name..

Patti (Yeshuazgirl) <><

 

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We Now Host Pony Parties!

Hello Folks!

To help with the cost and upkeep of the ministry needs for the children and horses, we have added hosted events and pony parties to our insurance policy. We are excited to be able to host small events and pony parties in our small pasture that is well groomed and half shaded, with a view of the fields! We have acquired an event tent 10 x 20 and 20 heavy duty but very attractive folding chairs. 🙂

We’re even hosting a women’s retreat over Memorial Day weekend!

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For more details how you can reserve your spot to make your child’s party memorable and help our ministry, click on the “Gig Salad” pic below.

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All parties are booked via this site to stay organized and keep track for tax purposes etc.. 🙂

Hope to see y’all soon!

God Bless!

 

First Ever Flea Market!

Flea_MarketFirst Ever Flea Market!

Click our link on our Facebook page and join the event with a message of what you will be selling to reserve your spot! Pay when you arrive.

https://www.facebook.com/events/172829032901656/

September 21st We will host our first ever Flea Market!
8AM – 2 PM
Do you have stuff? Stuff you want to sell and make a few extra $$, or donate? WELL… I have great news for you!

C’mon up to the farm for the day in the fresh air and sunshine and sell your wares for just $15 a table! (You will need to bring your own) Unload your unwanted stuff, spend a day with us on the farm and have fun making some extra $$!

You’ll also get that warm fuzzy feeling knowing that you are helping our ministry! Keeping our services FREE for all of the families who come to visit us and the horses! It’s a WIN / WIN for everybuddy!

Partner In Ministry

The Lord’s Lead Line Christian Equine Ministry

http://Facebook.com/TheLordsLeadLine   http://thelordsleadline.org 

                                                                                      

ImageHello Dear Friends!

This last year has truly been blessed and we have grown more than we had hoped. God has been so faithful to us in this ministry!

As we look toward the coming weeks, months and Lord willing, years, at our farm in Quakertown, PA. Here are some of the things we feel in our hearts that the LORD is leading us to do:

  • Since Stephen Cianflone (the Mr. of the ministry) J was in the US Air Force for 10 years, we would like to help our veterans of the military, police, and fire fighters with the many battles they face with PTSD and so much more.
  • Working with the youth of the inner city of Philadelphia.  Not only showing them the love of Jesus Christ, but also teaching basic horsemanship, and care of barn and farm.
  • Using our 25 plus years together to minister to struggling married couples by mentoring them using the scriptures to counsel them on how God wants us to resolve conflicts and differences in love and gentleness.
  • Continue to expand our work with bullied, neglected, abused, and adopted kids and families.
  • Starting a Friday evening barn Bible study.

With these things in mind we are sending out an invitation to become a true partner in this ministry!

You may be asking, “How can I do that?” Don’t live close? Can’t make it to our farm to help in person? You can still be actively involved by becoming a partner in The Lord’s Lead Line ministry to help many families, couples, children and adults!

 Here’s how you can help! To become a partner in our ministry, we are asking for a commitment of $30 a month. That’s only $1.00 per day and less than the cost of a cup of coffee!

The funds will go to the upkeep, feed, hay, hoof trims, dental, vet needs and supplies for the horses as well as for the needs of the families that visit us. As a thank you for Imagebecoming a partner, we will send you one of our cool custom-made feed bag totes! (Design may differ from photo)

These tough totes are stylish conversation starters! Waterproof and roomy! They hold up to 50 pounds easily.

If you live in the area and are able to partner with us for a onetime gift of $300 or more, as a thank you gift, we will give you a free pony party for your child. The party includes 2 hours of pony rides for 10 kids plus the birthday child, use of our facility at a day and time of your choosing, fun games and prizes, an experienced kind and helpful pony walker and decorations!

Families can donate in any way they wish however; there is never any expectation. We depend solely on financial donations, the work of our volunteers and also the gifts of those who believe in what we do.
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We do not limit our services to children! We have adults that come to our ministry as well! We currently have an adult who is recovering from a stroke and one who has been recently diagnosed with Huntingdon’s Disease. 

We Do NOT charge for our services.

Partnering with us will help us keep it that way

 Thank you for considering partnering with us in this ministry. God Bless! 

The Cianflone Family, Volunteers and Horses x0x0x

 Romans 8: 28 – And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose. 

Home Again Home Again… Amy’s Story

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Me and Patrick Practicing for Speed Events – Krewstown Horse Show 1982

Many years ago, I met Amy’s first owner. She was my next door neighbor and somehow we started sharing about horses. I told her about my adventures de-spooking my first horse (I rescued him from an Amish farmer when I was 12 years old).

She shared with me about her horse “Amy” who needed some further work in that area as well as training overall. She had sent Amy for 30 days professional training and the results were only so-so. Amy was green-broke to ride but, came back with some issues that were not expected.

We became fast friends and soon I found myself working with Amy to “polish up” her initial training and put her head on straight regarding spooky stuff, head shy issues and biting etc… Amy gave me some lumps as a youngster but, I enjoyed the challenge and I instantly bonded with her.

Years went by and even though we were still neighbors, I fell out of touch with her owner. Then one day, Amy’s owner contacted me and asked if I could take Amy as she could no longer afford to keep her and she had just been paying full care board for x- years and not able to see her much or ride.

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Steve on Amy

I spoke with my husband and we agreed to take Amy. It so happened that I had a horse and pony already and kept them at a friend’s barn for free in exchange for work. So we picked up Amy and brought her to her new place. My husband loved to ride Amy in the park and around the barn. We had her for a few years there then suddenly, our relationship with the owner of the barn soured and we sought other arrangements for our horses.

Unfortunately, we could not afford to pay full care for three horses. The pony was my daughter’s and would be heart-broken if we had to sell her. My horse (Pogo) had been horribly abused in the past and could still be a handful so there was no way she would go with anyone easily nor was I willing to risk anyone’s safety. I also did not want her to end up in the slaughter pipeline again.

Amy was the only choice to re-home. With broken hearts, we placed an ad about Amy and offered her free to a good home. I received a few responses but, after a short phone screening, I declined those folks. A few days went by and a woman called telling me that she is interested in Amy for her daughter and would need a beginner safe horse. Bingo. This woman sounded reasonable so I agreed to have them come and try my out. I offered with her, Amy’s winter blanket, grooming supplies, tack trunk, bridle and custom made Circle Y saddle.

This was a beginner’s dream! Not only were they getting a well-trained, anything safe horse, but all of her supplies and tack for FREE!

The only issue Amy had was a new case of greasy heel due to the barn flooding from the nearby creek after Hurricane Irene. Other than that, she was sound, healthy and tons of life and pep left in her at 20 years old.

The woman, her daughter and neighbor came to see Amy a few days after our phone conversation. All I wanted was a great new home for her and to be able to bless another person with this wonderful horse. They fell in love with Amy immediately. The neighbor said, words to the effect of “that is one good horse” “you are lucky to have found her and she’s free! You just don’t come by horses like this every day”.

So, after a short test ride in the corral, the review and signing of a contract in which I made certain to give me the “right of first refusal” if they ever needed to rehome Amy for any reason. We packed up Amy’s things and loaded her onto the trailer with a lot of coaxing and she was off to her new life with an eager 14 year old girl and things looked great.

We kept in touch via Facebook and saw the girl and Amy bond, ride, have fun etc… Time passed and less and less updates were had, fewer pictures posted. So it was put on my heart to ask about Amy. No response for a little while, so I became concerned and messaged again asking about Amy.

Then I received a response that I did not expect. It seemed that the girl had “outgrown” Amy and wanted to advance. Now I will have you all know, Amy is highly trained and can perform and compete at any level – however, she is older so may not have been able to keep up, be as fast etc… I will let you know that I do not blame the girl for wanting to advance and become a better rider, ride more than Amy could handle etc…

So the message read that they were possibly going to be looking for a new situation for Amy. My heart sank. My barn had no room and so I had to decline taking Amy for the time being. They promised me that Amy would go to a great family only and that they loved Amy very much.

They had recently purchased another horse from a broker and she seemed very reputable so they decided to re-home Amy with her as she promised to find a good home for Amy and the horse they purchased from her was healthy, safe and sane.

It turned out that this broker was not so reputable and had many many complaints pending against her. Thus Amy inadvertently ended up in a bad situation. The link below is a complaint that mentions Amy specifically.

http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/kristy-haugh/harrisburg-pennsylvania-/kristy-haugh-nobodaddy-farm-horse-flipper-and-big-scammer-harrisburg-pennsylvania-1036965

A short time after Amy was placed at this broker’s barn, I received an urgent call from one of my boarders who was a racehorse trainer said that another racehorse trainer friend of mine was frantically trying to contact me about a horse.

So I called back and was told to contact an investigator immediately about a horse that she knew used to be mine and her name was “Amy”. Alarm bells went off in my heart and head immediately as I had worked in the past with this investigator regarding horse neglect, abuse cases.

To make a twisty, turny, bad story short, after my conversation with my investigator friend,  I called the family that I placed Amy with immediately and they were appalled and shocked that this was happening. The husband took a trip out to the broker’s barn and looked Amy over they went the next day with a trailer and $500 to bail Amy out and get her back to safety. They had to pay $500 to this woman to buy Amy back but they had GIVEN Amy to her for free just as I had given Amy to them just in hopes of having a good home for her.

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While Amy was in this woman’s “care” she was not fed properly, had lost condition and was kept in deplorable conditions including being penned with a stallion and possibly in foal. Amy is 22 years old and in her weakened state, would not have survived having a a foal.

The family called the vet out, got the necessary treatments for Amy, put weight back on and then wanted to re-home her again but ONLY with me. As it turned out, we were just in the process of taking over the entire farm so now we could indeed take Amy!

ImageSo now Amy is home again with me until the natural end of her days where she will be pampered and spoiled and loved on and ridden by many children. Forever and ever..

Amen.

Yesterday No Longer Matters

True, it is important to learn the lessons of the past but, it is not good to get hung up on past mistakes. ImageForgive yourself and others and then move on. Strive to make better choices in the future. That’s really a key thing for living life in general right? Simply, do your best to make the right choices most of the time. One of the chief mistakes that we, as Christians make all too often is that we consistently beat ourselves up, condemn ourselves for non-Christ-like behavior. So many of us try to be too perfect and then become discouraged when we make mistakes or fail in some way.

God’s word tells us that there is no condemnation in Christ Jesus. Romans 8:1 says, “There is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus, who do not walk according to the flesh, but according to the spirit.” (NKJV) What does that really mean? It means simply that Jesus finished everything on the cross so live in peace. He forgives you so you should forgive yourself.

It is not right to simply use this fact as the “safety net” or rather as an excuse to willfully sin. Making continual choices to sin and know that God will forgive you anyway. That is not how it should be. There is a balance in everything. Walk in grace but, do not abuse it.

Romans 6:1-4 says, “1 What shall we say then? Shall we continue in sin that grace may abound? 2 Certainly not! How shall we who died to sin live any longer in it? 3 Or do you not know that as many of us as were baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into His death? 4 Therefore we were buried with Him through baptism into death, that just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in the newness of life.”  (NKJV) Meaning that once you accept Jesus Christ as your LORD and savior, your old self dies and you are a new creation! Isn’t that amazing?!

My pastor loves to teach simple truths and I love that about him. One Sunday he taught on this very subject.

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My pastor used the example that when a caterpillar goes through metamorphosis and becomes a butterfly, people do not say, “Oh look, there goes a converted worm” – they call it by its new name, because it is a wholly and completely new creation. No longer is it a caterpillar but, now a butterfly, just as we are a new creation in Christ Jesus.

That is the best example I think I have ever heard to explain how we are made new once we become believers in Christ.

Once we have become a new believer in Christ, and begin our walk with the LORD, it is almost like when you get new clothes, you’re so excited to have the new clothes and you tend to be more careful with them as to not “mess them up”.  Reading the instruction label on how to care for them in the wash etc… You are careful for a while but, then “forget” or the new thing becomes not so new and we stop being so excited or careful – just like our walk with the LORD.

When we are first saved, some of us go bonkers, completely on fire for God not knowing an epistle from an apostle but, still wanting to share Jesus with everything that breathes! Then over time, that fire diminishes and becomes more like a low glow instead of a roaring flame. Some Christians condemn themselves for that diminished flame and do not recover well – they may feel like they are lacking in their spiritual life or not truly walking with the LORD because they cannot seem to recapture that “first saved euphoria”.

We cannot help but “mellow out” over time and I think that mellowing is just a natural part of maturing as a Christian. I am not referring to mellowing to the point of needing to take your pulse, but rather a calm and gentle sort of mellow, a quiet confidence, which one can only develop by years of walking with and trusting God.

Even the most mature Christians do not always walk perfectly with the LORD. Paul the apostle writes to us about this in Romans 7:14-15 “14 For we know that the law is spiritual but I am carnal, sold under sin. 15 For what I will to do, that I do not practice; but what I hate, that I do.” (NKJV)

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So you see, even the apostle Paul who walked with Jesus literally, still sinned, still made mistakes and in the scripture above, is writing about his own struggles in his life. So be encouraged beloved! It’s OK to make mistakes but, do not stay there! Don’t condemn yourself, forgive and move on. Seek to walk closer with the LORD daily and you will stumble less and less over time.

So my dear brothers and sisters, yesterday doesn’t matter. I encourage you to forgive yourself and others, learn from your mistakes, live, love and move forward leaving the mistakes of yesterday behind. Walk with God’s word as the lamp unto your feet illuminating each step. Psalm 119:105 “Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.” (NKJV)

I hope that you have been blessed and encouraged by this article today.

Blessings in Christ Jesus,

Patti Cianflone

The Lord’s Lead Line

April Showers

This is the month of April. Like the saying “April showers bring May flowers”, this month is most well known for its rain. Aside from myself, there aren’t too many people I know that actually love the rain.  

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Most, begrudgingly admit that we need it, while some of you may not even like to admit that much. The water floods our basements, sogs up our socks, ruins our hair, makes mascara run, and cuts short playtime outside.

What’s so good about the rain? Storms cause nothing but trouble! Don’t we say the same things about the storms in our lives, those pesky trials? What good can come from trials when there’s so much pain and aggravation.

Does a storm come only to destroy? No! The rains come to give life back to the land. The flowers of May cannot grow unless the rains of April come.

The same goes for trials.

They aren’t there to terminate us; they’re there to show us where we’re at and to grow us. We can’t get anywhere by staying in our comfort zone, sometimes you have to get wet.

What if a seed decided it didn’t want to go through the winter or the early spring months? If it could decide to skip being in those uncomfortable times, it would never grow into a plant. It could never become something beautiful and exuberant to be praised and smiled at by the gardener.

How about you? Would you rather skip the trials and miss out on being transformed into who you’re really meant to be?

I don’t know about you, but I don’t think I want to stay a tiny wrinkly seed. So open your hands, and welcome the trials as blessings. Stand in the rain with your arms open, soaking it in and know that God is with us always, the Perfect Gardener. In the end, after the storms, there is peace and beauty.

I hope this post has blessed you!

Aubrey-Shea Cianflone

The Lord’s Lead Line

The Family Part 2 Wives To Their Husbands

“Wives, submit yourselves unto your own husbands, as unto the Lord.” Ephesians 5:22.

“Wives, submit yourselves unto your own husbands, as unto the Lord.” Ephesians 5:22.

The part of scripture I am about to talk about raises almost more eyebrows, more debate, and more disagreement than almost any. It is this “Wives, submit yourselves unto your own husbands, as unto the Lord.” Ephesians 5:22. This verse is straight forward and leaves no doubt what God’s will for a wife is in the marriage. Why the controversy?  Men have abused this verse badly. Women do not want to be ruled.

Let me start this by saying that it is not the man’s right to demand this of his wife or, enforce it in any way. This is her gift to give to you to show her love to the LORD. Yes, a gift to be given not co-horsed, beaten, prodded, or other methods by men to get her to submit to him. Nor is this to any other man either, just her husband. So let us explore this gift of love.

Submission by definition is, to give over or yield to the power or authority of another. So God is saying a wife should yield to her husband as unto the LORD. Yes this does mean in all things. There is only ever one reason she should not yield and that is if it is direct defiance of the LORD’s commands.

So why would God say this? Why would God tell women to submit to her husband when she is fully capable of making good decisions on her own and in many circumstances maybe be even better than her husband’s? How is this relevant today when women are strong leaders and are able to be equally good at supporting the family as a bread winner? Well the answer we hear a lot of times is that God said so. While true, it does not make it easier to do.

Here is the reason why. For in submitting to her husband she is allowing God to be ingen316 charge over her husband instead of her. In Genesis chapter 3 after Adam and Eve eat from the tree we see God’s judgment on them both for disobeying God.

16 To the woman He said: “I will greatly multiply your sorrow and your conception; In pain you shall bring forth children; Your desire shall be for your husband, And he shall rule over you.”

17 Then to Adam He said, “Because you have heeded the voice of your wife, and have eaten from the tree of which I commanded you, saying, ‘You shall not eat of it’:

Although in the account we are not told what Eve said to Adam as to get him to eat of the fruit. Clearly in verse 17 God tells us that Adam heeded the voice of His wife. Adam chose to listen to her instead of God.

“No one can serve two masters. Either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve both God and Money.” Matthew 6:24. Although this verse seems to only be talking about money or wealth, I contend that this is talking about anything we put in place of God. This does apply to the marriage relationship also. If your husband is listening to you or following your direction how can He serve the LORD? Even though what you want is right and good.

Even when a man wants to follow the LORD women can be very persuasive. There is a scene in the movie My Big Fat Greek Wedding where the women are trying to get the husband to allow the daughter to go to school. In this scene one of the women says men are the head but the women are the neck. “Wherever the neck turns, so does the head.”

In addition to the women being very persuasive we see as prior to the fact of God’s judgment the reason why God decided to do what He did. 9 Then the Lord God called to Adam and said to him, “Where are you?” 10 So he said, “I heard Your voice in the garden, and I was afraid because I was naked; and I hid myself.” 11 And He said, “Who told you that you were naked? Have you eaten from the tree of which I commanded you that you should not eat?” 12 Then the man said, “The woman whom You gave to be with me, she gave me of the tree, and I ate.” 13 And the Lord God said to the woman, “What is this you have done?” The woman said, “The serpent deceived me, and I ate.”

Adam instead of taking responsibility for his actions, not only blamed the woman for his trespass but also God because He created the woman for Adam. Eve instead of blaming herself for not listening to God through her husband she blamed Satan. It is for these very reasons that God said that a man must lead and a woman shall follow. Because they did not stand up and bear the blame for their actions. This has been the case for sin throughout history. Instead of bearing the responsibility for our own actions we seek to blame others. Men no longer have an excuse of “well the woman made me do it,” and women do not have the excuse any longer in that the devil made me do it. He has made us responsible for our own actions.

This is important because the only way we can be forgiven is if we own up to our failings and disobedience. God wants to forgive us and have mercy and grace on us. Matthew 9:13  But go and learn what this means: ‘I desire mercy and not sacrifice.’ For I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners, to repentance.”  Neither Adam nor Eve ever asked for forgiveness for what they did, instead they just blamed others. If they had asked, I truly believe that things would have been different.

So wives love God by submitting to your husband and allow God to deal directly with your husband and cause Him to do His part. In doing so you show your husband mercy, grace and love, allow God to be in charge. In doing so you are free from being blamed by your husband for his failure to listen to God, and you cannot be used by the enemy to lead him astray. In addition wives please pray without ceasing for your husband’s relationship with God, for his decision making, for health and safety at work, pray against temptation, and for open and honest communication with you.

First Ever Community Day A Big Success!

Thank You Thank You Thank You!!

WOW! Riding a real ex-racehorse! For many it was the thrill of the day!

To all those who came out to our first ever Community Day “A Day At The Races”

Thank you for your tremendously positive feedback!

The kids and adults all had a blast!

I hear that some kids want us to put a Community Day on once a week! LOL!!

Well.. that’s a little bit too much then they wouldn’t be special 🙂
so we’ll try to do one once a month or every other month as schedule permits *SMILE*
The day was beautiful, the weather perfect, volunteers and guests all superb!
We earned enough to cover expenses and buy another load of hay for the month!
Thank you so much for your love and support!
We cherish each and everyone of you!

And They’re Off! FUN Sack Races & Great Prizes! Everyone Was A Winner!

We will look forward to the next Community Day Event!

Stay Tuned For News!! 🙂 God Bless You All! x0x0x0x ♥

First Ever Community Day! This Saturday! 08/18 From 1 – 4 PM

We will be hosting our first ever Community Day! ~ “A Day At The Races”  THIS Saturday! 08/18/2012 from 1PM – 4PM

The Lord’s Lead Line Ministry and Childhood Dream Equestrian Center are joining forces to put on a day of fun for you and your family and raise some funds for some needy equines!

Located at 1975 Krammes Rd. in beautiful Quakertown, PA.  Conveniently located, just off of PA Turnpike exit 44 or just off of Route 309!

There will be race themed games [egg & spoon races, three legged races, sack races] prizes, raffles for great prizes and more!

Great Prizes For Races!

Light refreshments will be for sale  – such as spring water, lemonade, cookies, soft pretzels and more!

We also have a good promise on a Rita’s water ice frozen treat cart with four flavors arriving! (keeping my fingers crossed for that!)

Get your picture taken on an ex-racehorse and printed on 5×7 glossy professional photo print and mailed to you!

Pony rides!

Meet the horses of the ministry and have a fun filled day for the whole family!

All proceeds go towards the care, feeding, and other needs of the horses!

Hope to see you all there!

Thanks & God Bless!

Patti