The Spirit Lake Pizza Ranch recently helped to sponsor and provide lunch at the "Making Waves for Children" event held in Okoboji, IA. "Fighting…
CRU Campus Crusade for Christ Ministry
Our Pizza Ranch in Shorewood, IL raised over $1,200 + gifts and gift cards for a local organization.
Cottleville, MO, Pizza Ranch opened it's doors for business a couple weeks ago. Prior to opening they had their "Soft Opening" and "First Bite" Ceremony.
As a kid, my parents taught me to clean up my room, set the table, empty the trash cans and how to do other chores around the house. The goal was always to take care of what we had and to be good stewards of what God provided us with.
Mitchell Betsworth, part of our Sioux City Pizza Ranch team, earned high accolades at the Special Olympics World Games!
Sioux Center Pizza Ranch has built a strong relationship with their local Christian College - Dordt University. Sioux Center Pizza Ranch helps sponsor and support different academic and athletic events at the University. Each fall and spring Pizza Ranch is excited to welcome back the college students as guests and some as staff members. One Pizza Ranch team member, Drew DeVries, created a promo video for the Sioux Center location for one of his final projects for his film class. You can see these videos and the testimonies of the general managers in the links below!
This week I have shared some illustrations of my dog and how they remind me of how silly and foolish I can act at times in my faith. On the topic of sharing about animals, I thought I would highlight one of our ministry partners that works with animals & children.
The Mission of Pizza Ranch is "To Glorify God by positively impacting the World" and we strive to accomplish that by "Giving every guest…
Brian Botello Above and Beyond Award.
Tulip festival - Orange City, Iowa
The vision of Bible League International is this, "We desire to see thriving local churches around the world offering salvation, life change, and hope through biblically-based training and resources that meet the spiritual, moral and social needs of their communities." Wow! That's a whole lot more than distributing bibles.