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'True Triumph' this Sunday at United Presbyterian Church

Aug 3, 2012 From wire reports

Bill Trollinger, with his message "True Triumph," is the guest speaker at the United Presbyterian Church at 10:30 a.m. this Sunday, Aug. 5.

Born and raised in Wyoming to a ranching and rodeo family, he took a sheep-herding job in 1987 which allowed him to read and study the Bible without distraction. Soon after, he enrolled in Central Wyoming College's horsemanship program.

While working at a cow ranch in 1999, he felt the call to enroll in Bible college. He graduated from Faith Theological Seminary in 2001. He traveled as a missionary evangelist until 2006. He and C.J. Vandermuellen then started Wind River Valley Cowboy Church. They copastored until Vanermuellen left to start another church. Trollinger continues to serve as pastor there.

United Presbyterian Church invites the community to the special service at 1101 North Broadway in Riverton. Amy Hageman will be the piano accompanist.

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