Invite the outdoorsmen in your church to "de-camouflage" their faith walk with pastor/adventurer Jimmy Sites! His high-powered study gleans dynamic spiritual insights from hunting and fishing---and offers unforgettable personal testimonies. Features six episodes from Sites's TV show including "Bear Essentials" and "Scouting for Success"; study guides; tips on hosting a wild game event; and leader's guide. Two DVDs and one CD-ROM.
Format: Other Vendor: B & H Publishing Group Publication Date: 2008 Dimensions: 7.38 X 5.24 X 1.13 (inches) ISBN: 0805446389
An all-in-one guide for churches, mens groups, and outdoor ministries, the Spiritual Outdoor Adventures Resource Kit gathers two DVDs and one leaders guide CD-ROM packed with dynamic, exciting, and inspiring content.
Disc 1 features: three episodes of "Spiritual Outdoor Adventures" ("Bear Essentials," "Brave Hearts," "A Look at Life from a Deer Stand").
Disc 2 features: three episodes of "Spiritual Outdoor Adventures" ("Scouting for Success," "One More Day," "Talk the Talk").
Both discs include:
Seventeen-minute nature music video (for assembling or ministry time)
Christian testimony from missionary Steve Saint and Mincaye, the Waodani tribesman from Ecuador who killed Saints father,
Prayer for salvation led by Jimmy Sites
How to Start and Lead a Small Group presentation,
Promotional video to enlist small group members.
Insiders Guide to Hosting a Wild Game Event.
Study Guide for each of the six individual episodes (PDF)
How to Start and Lead a Small Group (PDF)
How to Host a Wild Game Dinner (PDF)
Customizable Poster and Bulletin Insert (PDF)
Also Available Order Form (PDF)
Jimmy Sites is host of "Spiritual Outdoor Adventures," a national television and radio program that combines hunting interests with the Christian life. In addition to his expert outdoorsman skills, Jimmy holds advanced degrees from Harding Graduate School of Religion (M.Div.) and Abilene Christian University (D.Min.), has served as a Compassion International spokesperson since 1991, and is a pastor at New River Fellowship in Franklin, Tennessee. Sites and his wife have two children and live near Nashville