Changing lives, one heart at a time
Seven Springs Ranch is a 57-acre property tucked away in the foothills by Black Canyon Reservoir. The ranch, located on the Payette River Scenic Byway, hosts an event center, a guest house, the original homestead house as well as a western town setting and horse stables.
The resident horses, goats, chickens and bunnies make any visit to the ranch fun and memorable. Seven Springs Ranch backs up to 800 acres of accessible federal land which allows for endless hiking and horseback riding opportunities. Within just a few miles of the ranch, guests can mountain bike, water ski, river float, hunt, fish and all the outdoor activities Idaho is famous for.
On June 17, 2017, Tim had a massive heart attack. Within minutes of arriving at the ER he went into full cardiac arrest. Julie placed her trust completely In the Lord and prayed that His will be done. The hospital worked tirelessly to save Tim and after a total 90 minutes without a pulse, they were able to revive him enough to place a stent. Even though Tim had made it through, the doctor told Julie that he could give her no hope and was not optimistic that he would make it through the night because his lungs were full of fluid, his kidneys and liver were failing and they didn’t know if he had any brain function. Julie explained that her hope came from God and would be optimistic for both of them. The two days and thousands of prayers later, Tim was sitting up in bed, talking coherently with restored body function.
Because of God’s grace and mercy, Tim and Julie committed to being obedient to God wherever that would take them. God’s call brought them to Seven Springs Ranch in Emmett, ID. God placed it on their hearts to turn the ranch into a safe haven where hearts can be restored, lives healed and hope renewed.
When completed the Ranch will be a Christian event and retreat center, Equine Rescue and Therapeutic Ranch. The journey has been long and difficult but God’s grace and blessings have carried them through and will allow the Ranch to be a place of joy, restoration and hope for all who visit.
Your support and contributions will allow us to complete building out the ranch and equine facilities so God's healing work can continue.