Currently, we have a non-denominational Cowboy Gospel Hour service every Thursday night at 7 p.m. with live, a different weekly speaker and a covered dish meal afterward. Please join us!
Our mission is to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through Christian entertainment. Founded in 1995 by Tim Marsh, Circle M Ministry is a nonprofit corporation that sponsors events for the promotion of the gospel.
In its first year, approximately 3,000 bibles were passed out at various functions such as horse shows and rodeos. The ministry also raised funds for Horsepower, a nonprofit corporation that provides therapeutic horseback riding for handicapped children.
By divine inspiration, Tim produced the live drama “Cowboy Trail” using his horses and actors to create a 30-minute show depicting the conversion experience of a wayward cowboy. Tim traveled with the performance to barns, churches, housing projects, rodeos and high schools all over North Carolina. From this live drama came the inspiration for the feature-length movie “Cowboy Trail.”
“Cowboy Trail” is a Christian film about a lost and wayward cowboy experiencing difficulty with the devil he doesn’t recognize. Set in the late 1800’s, “Johnny Westbrook” is a cowboy who leaves his ranch, family, and problems behind, or so he thinks. He rides to an oppressed town and wrestles with demons, real and imagined. The story deals with spiritual battles, prejudice, suicide, salvation, and victory.
The making of this movie was inspired by the original live drama, “Cowboy Trail.” Starting with an idea, one camera, and a handful of people, the movie has grown to four-camera shoots and a cast and crew numbering nearly 150. Tim acknowledges God for this burst of growth.