Don Blanka, left, prays with the male members of the church before the morning sermon at the Cowboy Country Church in Wamego, Kansas. 

Don Blanka, left, prays with the male members of the church before the morning sermon at the Cowboy Country Church in Wamego, Kansas. 

 Pastor Curtis Roudybush prepares for Sunday School with Alan Gilchrist.

Pastor Curtis Roudybush prepares for Sunday School with Alan Gilchrist.

 Alex Parker, 11, of McFarland, Kansas walks into the Cowboy Country Church. 

Alex Parker, 11, of McFarland, Kansas walks into the Cowboy Country Church. 

 A cross hangs beside Pottawatomie Country Fair ribbons at the Cowboy Country Church in Wamego. Members of the church particpate in the fair each year. 

A cross hangs beside Pottawatomie Country Fair ribbons at the Cowboy Country Church in Wamego. Members of the church particpate in the fair each year. 

 Alan Gilchrist sports his spurs in church. Casual dress is welcome, and boots and cowboy hats are often worn. 

Alan Gilchrist sports his spurs in church. Casual dress is welcome, and boots and cowboy hats are often worn. 

 Pastor Curtis Roudybush delivers a sermon. Roudybush fills his sermons with humor and relatable stories from his experience in rural Kansas. 

Pastor Curtis Roudybush delivers a sermon. Roudybush fills his sermons with humor and relatable stories from his experience in rural Kansas. 

 Hank Parker, of McFarland, plays with his son Colton, 2, during a sermon.

Hank Parker, of McFarland, plays with his son Colton, 2, during a sermon.

 Members of the Cowboy Country Church gather after a service. 

Members of the Cowboy Country Church gather after a service. 

 Don Blanka, left, prays with the male members of the church before the morning sermon at the Cowboy Country Church in Wamego, Kansas. 
 Pastor Curtis Roudybush prepares for Sunday School with Alan Gilchrist.
 Alex Parker, 11, of McFarland, Kansas walks into the Cowboy Country Church. 
 A cross hangs beside Pottawatomie Country Fair ribbons at the Cowboy Country Church in Wamego. Members of the church particpate in the fair each year. 
 Alan Gilchrist sports his spurs in church. Casual dress is welcome, and boots and cowboy hats are often worn. 
 Pastor Curtis Roudybush delivers a sermon. Roudybush fills his sermons with humor and relatable stories from his experience in rural Kansas. 
 Hank Parker, of McFarland, plays with his son Colton, 2, during a sermon.
 Members of the Cowboy Country Church gather after a service. 

Don Blanka, left, prays with the male members of the church before the morning sermon at the Cowboy Country Church in Wamego, Kansas. 

Pastor Curtis Roudybush prepares for Sunday School with Alan Gilchrist.

Alex Parker, 11, of McFarland, Kansas walks into the Cowboy Country Church. 

A cross hangs beside Pottawatomie Country Fair ribbons at the Cowboy Country Church in Wamego. Members of the church particpate in the fair each year. 

Alan Gilchrist sports his spurs in church. Casual dress is welcome, and boots and cowboy hats are often worn. 

Pastor Curtis Roudybush delivers a sermon. Roudybush fills his sermons with humor and relatable stories from his experience in rural Kansas. 

Hank Parker, of McFarland, plays with his son Colton, 2, during a sermon.

Members of the Cowboy Country Church gather after a service. 

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