Join us on June 7th for Wess Adams.
A former Cowboy & Locomotive Engineer / Railroad official, answered God’s call to full time Gospel Music Ministry in 2004. Music recaptures our minds guiding them to refocus, recalling lyric, line upon line. Cowboy Gospel singer from Nashville, TN says “Let’s round up the strays before the last days”.
Wess Adams grew up on Southern Gospel Music. Memories of singing around the family piano are as early as age two. Singing was the hub of activity and music was the social glue that held family and friends close to each other & to the Gospel.
The Railroad provided a career since 1973, as a Locomotive Engineer, Road Foreman of Engines, Train Master, Acting Terminal Manager, and Acting Superintendent of Operations. Although the living provided was good, the lifestyle demanded too much absenteeism for a strong family.
Wess cherishes his opportunity to Cowboy in South Bend, Texas for a couple years as a highlight of his life. Enjoying the solitude of life in big cattle country, horseback, being husbandman to cattle, and mending fences, provided experiences / correlation’s to my Ministry.
Since April 2004, Susan and Wess have stepped out in Faith, believing God will provide all their needs as they make themselves available to HIM for His Glory.
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Music starts at 7 PM
Suggested $10 Donation to Performer
Complimentary tasty snacks & non-alcoholic beverages
Bring your own libation or, when available, taste a sample from a local Nebraska Winery
Please RSVP so we’ll save you a seat