When I began JCS in 2015, I wanted to provide something more than another “hook and bullet” Pinterest resource. Instead, I wanted it to be truly useful to sportsmen (and women of course). What I’ve discovered over the years is that Christian Sportsmen need care. We need someone to call attention to our spiritual conditions.
One of the most important pieces of Christian growth is reading. That’s why JCS has joined up with Christianbook.com!
This 9 year commitment to providing this retreat for the men of Spring Hills Church is proof of their commitment to disciple the men of their congregation.
If you’re like me, you find it way too easy to become lax in your Bible Study time and effort. Here are 7 actionable ways to improve on your most important appointment of the day. 1. Pick (Or Design) A Bible Study Reading Plan Being intentional about reading scripture is critical to both covering valuable
The 2018 Spring Turkey season was an example of “turkey hunting discipleship” from first call to send off. New Post!
There are many other things about the specifics of heaven that can be unpacked from scripture, but these two thoughts, that God is there, and that he has made a way for us to be citizens there, are the foundational understandings that should draw our eyes and our greatest desires to it.
I can’t say that I’ve achieved final victory over failure in life. It would be foolish to try to convince someone it’s even possible. Humans fail. Failure, and the results of it are a harsh and painful reality. What I can affirm, is that if I have any true victory or success at all in this life, it is ultimately because of God’s grace.
“All you gotta do is…” Don’t we love heroes? In the darkest hour, they shine bright. The history books praise their valor and we shower them with medals and gifts. They “stepped up”. I can remember one of my high-school football coaches railing on during a halftime pep-talk shouting, “Who is gonna be the hero?”
As a Christian, it would be inconsistent for me to believe that an animal like the American Bison remains today solely because of the conservation work of human involvement.
I don’t like to use my blog for a soap box often, but there’s something I have to get out there to share with my hunting and fishing brothers and sisters in Christ. We live in an incredible time to be a sportsman. There’s more info, more opportunities, and more gear than ever before to