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|Format: Imitation Leather|
Number of Pages: 302
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 7 X 5 (inches)|
Steve Chapman, avid hunter and bestselling author of A Look at Life from a Deer Stand (more than 300,000 copies sold), has a gift for gleaning faith lessons from the glories of creation. This pocket-sized gathering of devotions, handsomely bound in a soft, suede-like cover, invites readers to join in the thrill of the pursuit, the celebration of nature, and the enjoyment of God’s presence.
Each devotion begins with the inspiration of a Scripture verse and closes with the stillness of a prayer. Readers will be excited by the application of biblical wisdom, delighted by the humor, caught up in the adventure of hunting, and intrigued by the exploration of God’s character.
An ideal gift for Steve Chapman fans, hunters, outdoor enthusiasts, and anyone who wants to take aim at spiritual growth.
Steve Chapman and his wife, Annie, are award-winning musicians who take their message of Christ-centered family to fans all over North America. Steve’s enthusiasm for Jesus, family, hunting, and humor shine in his books, including A Look at Life from a Deer Stand (nearly 300,000 copies sold), The Hunter’s Cookbook (with Annie Chapman), and Great Hunting Stories.
All hunters know the value of pausing to carefully examine their surroundings. Steve Chapman does just that in this devotional collection, aiming his keen powers of observation at matters of faith, and life in general, from the elevated perspective of a deer stand. Journey with Steve to a quiet spot in forest or field, and listen carefully for God's voice.”
Kent Kiefer, Sr. Vice President, Operations, Focus on the Family
Once again, Steve Chapman has opened the door to the hunter and allowed us to see God in the outdoors. What a tremendous book to carry along’ and enjoy in our favorite treestand or blind. I highly recommend that all those who love the outdoors spend time with Steve as he once again takes us into the woods’ and shares his Love for God with the reader.”