COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Jeremy Sparks, a 10-year member of PRCA, is coming to town with his Amazon No. 1 Best Selling book, Go West.
On July 21, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Turn ’em Out book tour will stop at the ProRodeo Hall of Fame. Sparks, a now retired PRCA bullfighter, is also an officer in the U.S. Air Force, having earned his commission following the terrorist attacks on 9/11. Endorsed by the Pentagon, Sparks fought bulls at prestigious events such as Cheyenne (Wyo.) Frontier Days, the Cody Stampede, the RAM Mountain States Circuit Finals and RAM First Frontier Circuit Finals.
“The PRCA is the premier rodeo organization in the world, and from the time I was 14 years old my goal was to earn the title of professional cowboy,” Sparks said.
Elevate Publishing recently released Go West – 10 Principles That Guided My Cowboy Journey which captures Sparks’ stories of strength and service. His remarkable and illustrious journey began at a young age when he received a God-given calling to become a rodeo bullfighter. Early into his career, he suffered a near-fatal electrocution, which, but for his faith in God, would have ruined his dream.
Ultimately, Jeremy accomplished his goal and had a long and distinguished career, culminating as the youngest cowboy ever enshrined in the Cheyenne Frontier Days Hall of Fame.
With God at the center of this fascinating story, Go West shows how anyone can follow God’s calling, even if they stray off the path at times.
“Having received a specific vision, I realized I had been given a unique gift,” Sparks said. “So I devoted my life to establishing goals that served as milestones, marking my path to completion. Yet, quickly, the path became a journey – a long, hard, peaks-and-valleys type of adventure.”
Kent Sturman, Director of the ProRodeo Hall of Fame, said, “Go West is a rare find. It shows us that if we walk with God, we can realize our dreams.”
For more information on the book, visit www.jeremysparks.com.
Questions can be emailed to Elevate Publishing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Above article comes direct from the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. www.prorodeo.com