Ty Coltrane was an emotional train wreck. He was imprudent, a womanizer, a misfit in the modern world, and he often failed to control his temper. He drank too much, gambled too much, and he had no lofty ambitions. Yet... he was a champion of all little children, old people, helpless animals and all underdogs. He was a horseman... in the very best sense of the word. He was a cowboy who performed superbly and without complaint the skills of his trade. He was a hearty companion, unflinchingly brave and had a keen sense of justice and fair play. He was, is, always has been and always will be my friend. I want you to know him as I knew him. Maybe he will be your friend too.
• Newly available in print and eBook editions • Supports a foundational book for youth in the Episcopal Church • Releases along with the revised edition of primary text In addition to a book for teens, My Faith, My Life is a curriculum. With this guide, leaders can create short, intermediate, and longer programs, including confirmation sequences…
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