Fences were meant to keep our livestock safe from harm and from wondering off and getting lost. . Same goes for fences in our lives. There are people who have had fences broken and down where the enemy has came in to their lives in one form or another, abuse, rejection , addiction an such. God has sent us to mend those fences or places in lives and to bring Healing to the Broken Hearted. To redirect those who have wondered off in the wrong direction. I have had a horse get out of a low fence before and had to search for and bring him back in so he was safe and in his right place. Sometimes when our fences or boundaries have been destroyed we wonder the wrong direction and are at risk for injury. We can be that one that goes and brings back the lost person and brings them into the place of safety and healing. When a horse breaks through a week barbwire fence they injure their legs and when it heals up there sometimes is a visible scar left. You maybe out riding in the arena and someone ask what happened to your horses leg so you get to testify to the injury and healing process that took place. Sometimes there maybe a visible scar left behind after your healing of your wounds but that scar is your testimony. The scar is consequence of the injury but that consequence is your platform for your ministry to others.
My name is Cassie Gilman. I grew up in the North East Corner of OK. I attended church as a young child and it was in Junior High that I really began to recognize the call of God on my life. I attended Cowboy Junction as a teenager and fell in love with Cowboy Church and Cowboy Ministry. In 2010 The Lord put Mending Fences N Hearts on my heart and in 2011 I felt I was to start blogging and using social media as an outreach to touch others lives.