The idea that wild animals live entirely by instinct and that they will not go or do something they don’t want to do sounds pretty passive. At least until you observe it in the field.
It’s OK! You can confess that you don’t have it all together, that life isn’t all right, and that you need someone to pray for you and with you.
What if there was a way that you could bow hunt all spring and summer, gain access to new whitetail properties, and help your local farmer? Groundhogs may be the ticket!
Re-learning to love every step of the hunting process has been an amazing shift for me.
As our home in PA began to fill with packed boxes and the move was in full swing, so was the 2017 whitetail archery season. I knew heading into the season that this would be my last as a resident PA hunter.
Nothing knocks the edge off a sharp knife like skinning a hog. If God is to use Christians to pierce the darkness, then we must be receptive to those He uses to sharpen us.
The real trouble with these things is how they actually represent God in our world. Words have power.
God cares that we are cultivating healthy relationships. He cares that they are cultivated in His way. How can you seek to strengthen the existing relationships in your life and pursue new, godly ones?
When I started in ministry, I wanted Mayberry. I wanted a peaceful Thomas Kinkade scene that drew you into a walk to the fishing hole, humming the melody to “Nothing but the Blood of Jesus” all the way. What I got was much more Biblical.
You and your family go to church when the doors are open, you never miss a morning devotion, you teach Sunday school, you tithe your ten percent, and still, things just don’t go right. It can be frustrating.