A unique experience is coming to the Morehouse Activity Center beginning this Friday night, brought by the Morehouse Baptist Association.

"Horse whisperer" Paul Daily and his family will demonstrate the taming of a wild horse, while ministering.

The Daily family's ministry is called Wild Horse Ministries and began about 21 years ago, Daily said.

"As we train the horse, we talk about how God loves us and wants to train us too," Daily said. "I started doing this about 21 years ago as a show and tell. People liked it and asked me to do it again.

"God turned my life around with a horse," he said. "Horses are like mirrors with hair. I see myself in every horse I work."

MBA Evangelism Director Andy Myrick said this will be the first year this event will be held at the MAC, and they are expecting to draw a large crowd.

"We have been hosting this event for 20 years all together, but this is the first year it will be held at the MAC," Myrick said. "Paul and his family go all over the country doing this."

Daily said the event lasts about two hours and begins with an American flag presentation.

"We keep the message simple," he said. "Our goal is to let people know that God loves them and wants to help turn their lives around."

Here is a schedule of the events:

Friday, April 6:

The Roundup Kickoff will be held at 7 p.m. New Friendship Baptist Church will conduct worship and Paul Daily will be preaching.

Saturday, April 7:

At 10 a.m. Paul Daily will demonstrate the taming of a wild horse. Bethel Baptist Church will lead in song. At noon there will be concessions and family fun with jumpers and music. Then at 2 p.m. Daily and family will demonstrate the taming of a wild horse, and Bonita Road Baptist Church will lead in song.

Sunday, April 8:

Paul Daily will demonstrate the taming of a wild horse and Oak Hill Baptist Church will lead in song.

For more information on this event contact Andy Myrick at 355-2690 or Bodie Spicer at 614-4267.