In these 3 episodes you'll first travel to the farmlands of Kentucky to hunt turkey with experiences turkey hunters, Harold Knight and David Hale. Next, you'll watch Jimmy Sites' wife and son wield a bow to bag their first turkeys in West Texas. Finally, you'll head to Tennessee with football Titans coach Jeff Fisher and his son to hunt quail and pheasant. Bonus features includes bow shooting techniques and a message from Equador with Steve Saint - the son of slain missionary Nate Saint.
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Format: DVD Vendor: B&H Books Publication Date: 2008 Dimensions: 7.38 X 5.25 X 0.63 (inches) ISBN: 0805446443
For the Christian outdoors enthusiast, this DVD features three episodes of Jimmy Sitess popular "Spiritual Outdoor Adventures" television show ("A Day with Knight and Hale," "First Toms," "Crazy Quail and Pheasant on the Wing"). Special guests include the owners of Knight and Hale Game Calls on their Kentucky farm, Tennessee Titans football head coach Jeff Fisher, and Jimmys wife and son on their first turkey hunt.
In the title episode, Jimmy bags a nice longbeard as well as valuable insights from legendary hunters Harold Knight and David Hale. "Crazy Quail and Pheasant" includes a trip to a Minor League ballpark where Jimmy and friends give away 4,000 outdoorsman Biblesa controversial event covered by ESPN.
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.