"I never cease to be amazed at Joseph's skills and abilities...He is determined to serve his Lord by serving others."
Ron Boutwell, Executive Director, Stained Glass Theatre http://www.sgtheatre.com/
"Joseph's dramatic portrayals and captivating writing style show a depth of spiritual insight that is truly refreshing...He skillfully blends light hearted humor with spiritual depth. As a playwright, dramatist, Bible teacher and author, Joseph has ministered to my heart." Jennifer Rothschild, Author
"...Dr. Ransom is a proven communicator. He very effectively gets his message to people because of the unique combination of motivation and inspiration experienced by his listeners...He is a gifted author, actor, preacher, speaker and teacher. I can recommend him without any reservations. Anyone who engages his services will be enthusiastic about the results." Dr. Paul Collins, ACTS Ministry
"On numerous occasions I have had the opportunity to observe Joseph's dramatic presentations. Each time, I feel as though I have been placed into a time machine and transported back to Biblical days...Having known Joseph for several years, I can attest not only to his talents and abilities, but also to the godly character he exhibits. He has a tremendous desire to serve God in all that he does..." Terry Maughon, Executive Director, Doe River Gorge Camp
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"As I was going to bed last night I thought I would read a few pages of your book...I set it down about 2 o'clock or so having read it from cover to cover!...You have a best seller on your hands!" Joe Walker, College Instructor
"An excellent story which reveals the unique experience when Christianity and the life of the cowboy become one." Purity Publications
"...In his book, Dr. Joseph reminds us that the cowboy spirit is alive and well. It is what is right in America. The characteristics of honesty, integrity and hard work are more than principles from the West--they are principles from the Word.
If Jesus had been born in a barn in Montana, His stories may have been of the Good Cowboy instead of the Good Shepherd. It's an interesting thought with similarities and great differences, as well: The Good Shepherd is entirely responsible for the flock. He is responsible for their care, their protection, their food and drink. In spite of His great responsibility, it is considered to be the lowliest of jobs..."
John Hill, Evangelist (from his blog http://www.outofmyhat.blogspot.com/ )