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Video - Pie Auction 2017

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Once again you are able to enjoy a video by Hayloft Productions (Reinhold Kids)
A great reminder of our upcoming pie auction to be held at the ranch.

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Pie Auction Will Benefit Rainbow Bible Ranch

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If you are looking for homemade pies for your holiday feast, look no farther than Rainbow Bible Ranch.
This year's Pie Auction, a fundraiser for the ranch, will be at 6:30 p.m. Friday.
The first Pie Auction fundraiser was in 2011, said Larry Reinhold, whose family owns and operates Lonetree Ranch, home to Rainbow Bible Ranch.

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November Update

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I know that I will sound somewhat like a redneck when I say, “Git ‘er done!” However I phrase it, I realize how important you are to accomplishing the ministry of Rainbow Bible Ranch. Together as a team, the outreach is not only continuing, but it is growing as well. Thank you for your prayers and support in doing so.

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Why Does RBR have a Pie Auction

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Our first Pie Auction was held in 2011 as a way to not only raise funds for the work of RBR, but also to share the opportunity and "sense of ownership" with some of our key Teenagers that not only attend camp but a number of them become staff members as well. Even today, the majority of the pies are from these kids and their families.

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Preparing for the Move

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On Friday, Joel Morris and Trevor Jacobs were on hand to pour the walls as we prepare to move the building from Fairpoint to the new location at Rainbow Bible Ranch.

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Meade County ranch getting help with hay

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When neighbors are in need, leave it to South Dakotas farmers and ranchers to step up.
Such is the case with Rainbow Bible Ranch.
Drought conditions in central and eastern Meade County resulted in meager hay production this summer. Larry Reinhold knew that the 22 bales of hay they put up this summer would not sustain both the ranch's horses and cows over the winter.

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Another Record Year

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Our camp season ended less than a week ago and what a season it proved to be. This is the third year in a row that we have been blessed with record breaking attendance. 483 kids attended from South Dakota, Wyoming, North Dakota, Colorado, Minnesota, Arizona, Hawaii, Kansas, Nebraska, Florida, Nevada and Wisconsin.

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Short Breather

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Wow… a short breather in the midst of a whirlwind.

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Stewardship Project for Wildlife and for the Kingdom

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This photo was taken about 50 years ago over east. The dam has since washed out and it was not needed...until now. 

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Those Extra Burdens

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I am listening to streaming radio during the darkness of night when everyone else is asleep and this very appropriate chorus comes on...


"I cast all my cares upon You
I lay all of my burdens down at your feet
And anytime I don’t know what to do
I will cast all my cares upon You "

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I Take Rest in the Promise

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A dear friend once asked me “Do you ever look up at Orion and just know that everything will be alright?” It seems nearly every time I look up and see this beautiful constellation I now ask myself that question…

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Hidden Tears at the Tree

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Today I walked into the house and found my little sister, Kiersten, writing in her little calving record book. She has faithfully been copying from mine which cows calve when and what they had! I was so proud! The other day she designated a special page for her cats! And so today she was writing down what cat had just had kittens and how many she had! She was pretty excited! “At’ta Girl” I told her! She smiled pretty big as she has been waiting for these kittens for quite awhile now!

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April 2017 Update

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In two months we will be starting another season of camp. In 1980, we held just two camp sessions with a total of 27 children in attendance. We also did a family camp along with some retreats, but it was still a building year, by in large.

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Night Check

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Ever since I was little there has been something about the 'night check' that has intrigued me! Dad would put on his boots and coat and gloves and head out into the dark of night to check the cows.

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The people of the prairies

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The people of the prairies are like the land they love. They draw strength from the winds that blow across their plains and they draw warmth from the sun that melts the snow or beats mercilessly on the parched earth of summer. They are gentle....

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