Corey and Jaime Ross
Born in the early spring of 1969, in Casa Grande, Arizona, Corey Ross grew up living the cowboy lifestyle that many young cowboys dream about, working with his Dad on the 26-Bar Ranch for none other than..... John Wayne, "The Duke.”
At the age of 10, Corey accepted the Lord into his life and began his spiritual journey. After working for 26-Bar Ranch, Corey’s father became an ordained minister. As a family, they began to travel the countryside singing and preaching the Gospel. Throughout the years, as he traveled with his family, Corey practiced roping and participated in rodeo events to later become a Professional Team Roper.
In 1996 Corey was also called to become an ordained minister and dedicated his life to teaching the Word of God. During his travels with the ministry, he met his wife Jaime. Jaime was born in 1977 and raised in San Angelo, Texas. At the age of 12, Jaime accepted the Lord into her life and later, she received the Baptism of the Holy Spirit. Jaime attended Texas Tech University and graduated with a degree in Finance. In 2000, Corey and Jaime married and since, have been blessed with 2 beautiful children, Londyn and Seth.
Together, over the past several years, Corey and Jaime have served as evangelists, pioneered several cowboy churches, recorded music CD’s, and Corey has established himself as a successful Professional Team Roper. In 2004, the Lord called them to Liberty Hill, Texas where they now are pastors of the Williamson County Cowboy Church; a church formed originally as an outreach. The church began its meetings on the beautiful “Smilin’ V Ranch” in Liberty Hill, Texas. God has blessed Corey and Jaime with land of their own, not far from their beginnings at the Smiling V, and are building "Harvest Ranch," a beautiful Cowboy Church facility with arenas, plenty of parking, and an enormous place to meet, rain or shine.
With his wife Jaime, their daughter Londyn, and son Seth, Corey now travels the United States singing and preaching the uncompromising Word of God at high schools, colleges, college national final rodeos, as well as to the professional athletes in rodeo. For Corey and Jaime Ross, the mission is 'telling folks about Jesus', both at home and on the road. But there's only one way to do what God called them to do … and that's
“Preaching Jesus, Cowboy Style!”