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

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

by Jay Houston, Roger Medley
     
 

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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

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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:

  • 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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"There is not a hunter out there regardless of our level of faith who has not been inspired in the outdoors, by the beauty of the outdoors, the activities of the animals and the solitary nature of spending time out in this wide open country?Jay and Roger remind us that this is a perfect time to enrich your relationship with God through their own testimony written in A Hunter's Field Notes.
"Seek this book out for yourselves and think about this as a gift for those in your lives who enjoy the outdoors. This is also an inspiring book for young adults who are just now beginning their journey into the outdoors and who are growing in their relationship with God. "
?Kevin Paulson, HuntingLife.com

"I would like to say this is the best so far of Jay Houston's reflections on the beauty of his passion of hunting, whilst being in the center of God's perfect design - nature. I love the candid writing and vulnerability that Jay allowed us to see. I appreciate and transparency of divulging information about her personal journey and walk with God that is perfectly demonstrated in ?story' within the pages of A Hunter's Field Notes."
?Mark Tedder, director and president, Worshiplanet, Inc.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780736943642
Publisher:
Harvest House Publishers
Publication date:
04/01/2012
Pages:
175
Sales rank:
1,096,252
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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