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is Isaac Luttrell from  South Pittsburg, TN


Here are some VERY important things you need to know about Bill Flat

Isaac is a giant cow KID CONNECTOR AND Aspiring Preacher

COW:  Hey, Isaac, what is your favorite food? 
ISAAC: Grilled steak with mashed potatoes covered in cheese and bacon. I started learning how to cook specifically because of this meal.
COW:  And your favorite dessert?
ISAAC:  Chocolate lava cake covered in hot fudge with 2 scoops of vanilla bean ice cream.

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COW:  You definitely have clear opinions. How about your favorite amusement park ride?

ISAAC:  The Goliath rollercoaster at Six Flags over Georgia. It goes around the entire park and has like 100 different drops. The scenery is beautiful.

COW:  I can never fit in ANY of those rides. Ok, so tell us about YOUR worst injury as a little kid.

ISAAC:  I was at basketball practice one day and I broke my kneecap. I had to have a really long surgery and now I can’t play basketball anymore, but that’s ok, it frees up time to work with the kids.

COW:  So how about your favorite song from church...and your favorite Bible verse?

ISAAC: My favorite church song switches quite a bit, but one I listen to a lot right now is called "Battle Belongs" and it’s about facing our biggest trials and biggest fears and handing them over to God and letting him take control of our lives because we aren’t in control.


My favorite verse has been and always will be Jeremiah 29:11. For I know the plans I have for you,' declares the Lord, 'plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you a hope and a future. The lord never says that it will always be good plans or bad plans but we know that he has a direction that he wants our lives to take and if we follow that we will prosper through both the good and the bad times. 

COW:  Tell us about your background in Children's Ministry? What has God placed on your heart that made you desire to minster to children?

ISAAC: Well, I grew up in a pastors home, went to church every time the doors were open (and sometimes when they weren’t), and my mom was the VBS Director. So I got my start volunteering for VBS when I was just 11 years old. By the time I was 13, I was the Assistant Children’s Director at our church. I started volunteering with Giant Cow when I was 14, but I’ve been a kid in the program since the cow was just a calf… Anyway, now I work with Giant Cow and I work in local kids outreach on the army base my family lives on. 


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