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1401 cross timbers road
flower mound, texas 75028

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Holy Cow Smokers

Holy Cow Smokers is a ministry whose purpose is to spread our Love for Christ through sharing our faith and food with people we meet. By Outreaching to our communities near and far, we will continue to Grow the reach of God’s Word and our ministry’s work. We hope that the people we share our Faith, Food, and Love for Christ with, will be transformed into missionaries we have become by continuing to do God’s work.  Contact us at holycowsmokers@log.org or connect with us on Facebook.

 

How does the Holy Cow Smokers Ministry spread God's Word?


Disaster Relief

  • Feeding those in need
  • Helping those in need
  • Listening to those in need
  • Loving to those in need
  • Rebuilding lives and homes of communities effected by disasters.

Fundraising

  • Take donations for smoked meats.
  • Raise funds for our church, church groups, and community causes.

Outreach

  • Outreach to communities near and far.
  • BBQ competitions to raise money, spread God’s Word, and encourage others to become missionaries, continuing God’s work.
  • Spreading the Love for Christ and love for BBQ

Cooking for church functions

  • Giving back to our church and encouraging members and guests to enjoy BBQ in a church setting
  • Special events

 

A summary of our past deployments for disaster relief.


West, TX (one day operation April 19, 2013)
Following the fertilizer plant explosion on April 17, 2013; five volunteers provided 500 meals to those affected, sharing the mercy and message of Jesus Christ.

Moore, OK (two day operation May 26 and 27, 2013)
Following the EF-5 tornado that devastated the town on May 20, 2013; 25 volunteers provided 1,250 meals to those affected by the storm. Volunteers also assisted with chainsaw operations and debris cleanup, sharing our Faith, Food, and Love for Christ with those affected by the storm.

Vilonia and Mayflower, AR (three day operation May 24, 25, and 26, 2014)

After an EF-4 tornado destroyed parts of the towns of Mayflower and Vilonia on April 27, 2014; 31 volunteers served 2,389 meals to those affected by the storm. Volunteers also assisted with chainsaw operations and debris cleanup, sharing the mercy and message of Jesus Christ.

Bridge Creek, OK (three day operation May 23, 24, and 25, 2015)
Following the EF-3 tornado that severely impacted the area on May 6, 2015; 35 volunteers provided 820 meals to those affected by the storm. Volunteers also assisted with chainsaw operations, debris cleanup, and distribution of spiritual care kits, sharing our Faith, Food, and Love for Christ with those affected by the storm.

Van, TX (one day operation May 30, 2015)
Following the EF-3 tornado that destroyed parts of the town on May 10, 2015; 20 volunteers provided 140 meals to volunteers and those affected by the storm. Volunteers also assisted with chainsaw operations and debris cleanup, sharing the mercy and message of Jesus Christ.

Garland/Rowlett, TX (one day operation January 23, 2016)
After an FE-4 tornado tore through the Garland and Rowlett area on the evening of December 26, 2016; 325 volunteers provided 2,350 meals to volunteers and those affected by the storm. Volunteers also served the Garland, Rowlett, and Sunnyvale communities by providing assistance with debris removal, chainsaw work, sharing our Faith, Food, and Love for Christ with those affected by the storm.

Lindale, TX (one day operation May 21, 2016)
An EF-2 tornado severely impacted the small community on April 29, 2016; 300 volunteers provided 1,000 meals to those affected by the storm and also assisted with chainsaw operations, debris cleanup, and distribution of 50 spiritual care kits, 33 kitchen kits. Sharing our Faith, Food, and Love for Christ with this small East Texas community.

Bryan, TX (two day operation June 4 and 5, 2016)
Reginal flooding and an EF-1 tornado impacted parts of the town on May 26, 2016; 60 volunteers provided 921 meals to volunteers and those affected by the storm. Volunteers shared the mercy and message of Jesus Christ.

Baton Rouge, LA (four day operation September 22, 23, 24, and 25, 2016)
Historic flooding destroyed homes and business as record rain fall was recorded on August 12 and 13, 2016. 42 volunteers provided 6,000 meals to those affected by the flooding. Volunteers also distributed 53 spiritual care kits, 310 kitchen kits, and 5,500 devotionals, sharing our Faith, Food, and Love for Christ with those affected by the flooding.