SERVING GOD BY SERVING OTHERS
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"For this command is a lamp, this teaching is a light, and correction
and instruction are the way to life."
STEVE & CINDY BRADSHAW
Steve and Cindy Bradshaw founded the Cocolalla Cowboy Church in 2002 to share the good news of Jesus Christ through Biblical teaching in non-judgmental surroundings. Both from Houston, Texas, Pastor Steve and Cindy were married in 1979 and have two grown sons, two daughters-in-law and five grandchildren. In 2018, Pastor Steve answered God’s call to serve at a broader level in local government and was elected to the Bonner County, Idaho, Board of Commissioners. Pastor Steve and Cindy continue their mission of spreading the Gospel in a way that honors the Lord with a deep sense of responsibility and integrity.
As an associate pastor for Cocolalla Cowboy Church, Craig Dalrymple brings more than 30 years of leadership experience in ministry roles that range from elder, associate pastor and youth programs to advocacy and church planting. Craig and his wife, Naditza are committed to serving God. They provide support to a church in Jerusalem through Holy Land Missions, and Craig has organized support for missionaries working with children in war-torn areas of South Sudan and young sex-trafficking victims in the Philippines. Craig’s extensive experience and expertise are an invaluable asset.
Associate Pastor David Williams and wife, Kelli have served in pastoral, impromptu chaplaincy and counseling ministry for over a decade. David’s focus has been equipping the saints through expository preaching and teaching, desiring to grow the body of Christ through biblical foundations based on redemption, sanctification and wisdom. David is also focused on growing leaders into disciple makers and brings enthusiastic preaching to the pulpit in assisting Cocolalla Cowboy Church in reaching the great and growing North Idaho region. David and Kelli also support world missions in the United Kingdom, South Africa, Mexico and South America.
John Haag was redeemed in his early 20’s in Southern California and counts his previous life as rubbish. He went on to help found a church in Hawaii, leading Bible studies, where he eventually met his bride Allison. John later became a Pastor of a church in Waipahu, Hawaii. He has always seen ministry in its practical application of sharing the gospel in a “rubber meets the road” for daily living. John has three daughters and two grandchildren, and has lived in the Pacific Northwest for the last 10 years. Currently, John is one of the Associate Pastors here at Cocolalla Cowboy Church, leading a Tuesday night Bible study home group, and serving as the Pastor of the Saturday evening service; along with his wife Allison, who leads worship.
Matthew Redd has lived in North Idaho with his family for 20 years and serves the church as a deacon, providing help and support wherever needed. Matthew’s rich, deep voice is an integral part of the church’s praise and worship time through music. Cocolalla Cowboy Church’s honest, Biblical teaching have made Matthew, and the entire Redd family, a fixture of the congregation.
Originally from Texas, Charlie Richmond joyfully assists the pastors and staff of our church in his role as a deacon. Having served his country in the United States Navy, as well as his community as a medical doctor before retirement, Charlie and his wife Maxine were introduced to the Cocolalla Cowboy Church by a family member and were soon drawn in by our Biblically-based teaching. Charlie and Maxine have three children and provide a great source of strength to our leadership team.
CHILDREN'S MINISTRIES LEADER
Originally from Lubbock, Texas, Rebecca Falciani’s dedication and service to the Lord is at the heart of the Cocolalla Cowboy Church. With a strong faith in Jesus from the tender age of 5, she serves as the leader of children’s ministries, teaching Sunday school weekly to ages 4 through 10 and taking care of infants in the nursery. Becky also serves as one of the church’s new-comer “welcome wagon” volunteers. Becky has two grown children and her devotion to sharing the Gospel by supporting others is part of the foundation of the Cocolalla Cowboy Church.
Music director, Anthony Lorah (Tony) and his wife Nancy have spent decades writing and performing original and traditional praise and worship music as “Northern Exposure with Grace.” From genres such as folk and Americana to the familiar country-Gospel style that fills the Cocolalla Cowboy Church, Tony uses his love of music and the Lord to create emotional connections that inspire closer relationships between God and His children.