Armed with only a bow, tent, and can of pepper spray in an area inhabited by bull moose and grizzly bears, Jimmy Sites shares how the lessons he's learned in the wild apply to life! Witness his fight for survival in the Alaskan wilderness, two bucks' ferocious fight to the death, and Jason Patterson's awesome rifle shot. 70 minutes.
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Format: DVD Vendor: B&H Books Publication Date: 2008 Dimensions: 7.38 X 5.25 X 0.63 (inches) ISBN: 0805446362
For the Christian outdoors enthusiast, this DVD features three episodes of Jimmy Sitess popular "Spiritual Outdoor Adventures" television show ("The Brahma Buck," "Prairie Pronghorns," "Scouting for Success"). Highlights include two bucks in a fight to the death, World Strong Man competition runner-up Jason Pattersons awesome rifle shot, Jimmys survival skills kicking in when he and his crew are stranded for three days in the Alaskan wilderness.
Armed with only a bow, a tent, and a can of pepper spray in an area inhabited by bull moose and grizzly bears, Jimmy has the chance to show how thorough scouting can make the difference not only for a successful hunt, but also for a successful life in "Scouting for Success."
Other bonus content includes a special "How to Tune Your Bow" demonstration with Matt McPherson from Mathews Bows, Christian testimony from missionary Steve Saint and Mincaye (the Waodani tribesman from Ecuador who killed Saints father), and a prayer for salvation led by Sites,
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.