Journal of a Christian Sportsman

An Outdoor Website for the Christian Sportsman

I’ve never met a Christian that didn’t want a more meaningful time in God’s word. What’s painful to me is that I’ve also experienced so many that have never been taught how to study God’s word for themselves. Setting a study goal is the first step toward a flourishing time with God during your day.

Setting a Scripture Reading Goal

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Sportsmen are some of the best story tellers in the world. Perhaps we should begin telling the greatest story of all.

Telling Your Story

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I needed to be able to hunt without the guilt of knowing my responsibilities were not being well-fulfilled. I’m now thankful that, while my plan isn’t perfect, it has certainly helped de-rail tension and squelch the guilt I once dealt with every time I walked out the door to go hunting or fishing.  

“De-Guilting” Your Next Outdoor Adventure

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With a bit of intentional planning, we can still get plenty of time hunting and do it in a way that doesn’t cause us to end our season feeling drained of energy and guilty with a pile of work to catch up on. (Free Download Included!)

Staying Spiritually Healthy During Hunting Season

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God’s prevailing grace can often times be seen in our experiences in the outdoors. I know for me at least, even before I came to know and fully love God, I experienced moments where God’s grace was completely apparent to me. Even now, after giving myself to the Lord I can see his work every time I am afield.

God’s Prevailing Grace in the Outdoors

The last thing in the world I assume when I write a gear list is that someone would purchase new gear just because I use it. The first thing I think about is members of the JCS community having a better hunting season because something they’ve never used before helped them close the deal!

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