A Hunter's Field Notes: Inspiring Stories of Meeting God in the Rugged Outdoors

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Tapping into the market of more than 12 million hunters in the United States alone, avid sportsmen Jay Houston and Roger Medley team up to encourage men to open their hearts and share their values, beliefs, and wisdom with their families. Through stories of hunting and outdoor adventures, they reveal the significance of a man's legacy and offer thought-provoking questions to help him start journaling:

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Overview

Tapping into the market of more than 12 million hunters in the United States alone, avid sportsmen Jay Houston and Roger Medley team up to encourage men to open their hearts and share their values, beliefs, and wisdom with their families. Through stories of hunting and outdoor adventures, they reveal the significance of a man's legacy and offer thought-provoking questions to help him start journaling:

  • How do the traits of bull elk relate to walking with Christ?
  • Hunting prayers center on goals, but is that the best approach?
  • How can hunting skills draw us closer to God?

Readers will also discover specifics for creating legacies:

  • using birthday cards to highlight qualities they admire
  • jotting down insights in the margins of hunting books to give as gifts
  • teaching hunting lore while enjoying a venison feast

Jay and Roger urge men to grow spiritually, make their faith known, and pass on their knowledge about life and hunting to the generations to come.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780736943642
  • Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
  • Publication date: 4/1/2012
  • Pages: 175
  • Sales rank: 1,429,918
  • Product dimensions: 5.56 (w) x 8.28 (h) x 0.43 (d)

Meet the Author

Jay Houston is the bestselling author of five hunting books, including Elk Hunting 101. He founded Hunt Connections, an international big game hunt consulting company, and ElkCamp.com, a premier online elk-hunting resource. Jay shares his faith, tales of hunting, fighter jet experiences, and passion for leaving legacies at conferences, wild game banquets, and seminars. He's married and the father of five grown children. www.huntconnections.com

Roger Medley is a champion archer and avid hunter. The director of High Country Ministries, he reaches people for God through hunting and retreats. A popular speaker at seminars and wild game banquets, Roger uses his pastoral experience to help churches establish outdoor ministries. He's written articles for numerous publications, including Elk Hunting 201. Roger and his wife have four children. www.backcountrybowhunting.com

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Table of Contents

An Opportunity for You-Steve Chapman 5

Two Trails, One Destination 9

Part 1 Jay's Trail

Introduction-Jay Houston 13

1 Encouragement for Every Hunter 15

2 Be Prepared! 21

3 A Continual State of Prayer 31

4 A View Through the Trees 35

5 Just Between God and Me 39

6 A Most Memorable Elk Hunt 47

7 Talking with God 59

8 It's Always Been About Relationship 63

9 The Trail Less Traveled 69

10 Hunting Buddies 73

11 10 Great Tips 77

Two Trans Coming Together 79

Part 2 Roger's Trail

Introduction Roger Medley 83

12 A Little About My Journey 87

13 Memories 91

14 The Moment of Truth 95

15 Nose to Nose 99

16 Facing the Challenges 103

17 Bless What I Do? 107

18 The Story Behind the Mount 111

19 Passing Wisdom On 115

20 First Elk Hunt 117

21 Herd or Satellite Bull? 121

22 The First Time 123

23 A Little Fun 127

24 Resolve and Character 131

25 The Simple Joys 133

26 Dwell 135

27 Finding the Treasure 137

28 The Right Perspective 139

29 A Strong Heart 141

30 Stopping to Think 143

31 Danger, Risk, Faith 147

32 Lesson or Frustration? 151

33 Making Memories 153

34 Where To? 155

35 Warning! 161

36 Off the Beaten Path 163

37 Listening 165

38 Life Is Precious 167

Part 3 Your Trail

Your Legacy 171

Hunting Field Notes sample pages 172

My Field Notes sample pages 174

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