Charles Shadrack Conrad & Jenettie Eckles Barr Conrad
Let This Be Heaven
Oh, God, let this be heaven— I do not ask for golden streets Or long for jasper walls Nor do I sigh for pearly shores Where twilight never falls Just leave me here beside these peaks In this rough western land, I love this dear old world of thine— Dear God, You understand.
Oh, God, let this be heaven— I do not crave white, stainless robes I’ll keep these marked by toil. Instead of straight and narrow walks I love trails soft with soil; I have been healed by crystal streams, But these from snow-crowned peaks Where dawn burns incense to the day And paints the sky in streaks.
Dear God, let this be heaven— I do not ask for angel wings Just leave that old peak there And let me climb ‘til comes the night— I want no golden stair Then when I say my last adieu And all farewells are given Just leave my spirit here somewhere Oh, God, let this be heaven!
Warren Albert Conrad
Darel Albert Conrad
Conrad Ranch, Est. 1863
Conrad Ranch Wedding & Event Center, derives from humble beginnings. This land has been preserved for seven generations, and counting.
The event center you see today was brought to you by the hands of Darel Conrad, he has stood with his back straight, building his entire life, to creating the event center we see today. When he's not working on 'The Ranch' he's creating new life experiences in depth, gratitude, and appreciation to his wife Linda, as a tribute of their life together raising their 10 children.
Because Two People Fell In Love
Darel & Linda Conrad
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