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Sixthday Sportsmen Magazine

For my sportsmen (and women) friends who read this blog, I want to make you aware of a fairly new magazine—Sixthday Sportsmen. Recently I’ve become acquainted with the publisher, Dave Iverson. We’ve been exchanging emails, and I hope the magazine … Continue reading

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Time to Go Fishing

Spring has arrived here in Georgia, and the weather is getting warmer each week. My son has already beat me to the lake and scored big time. During spring break he caught several largemouth bass and was able to spend … Continue reading

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20 Last-Minute Gift Ideas for the Outdoorsman

I’m sure all of you have your Christmas shopping done by now.  Yeah, right.  Okay, here are a few items you might want to consider for that outdoorsman in your life whether they hike, hunt, fish or do whatever outdoors. … Continue reading

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Green Apps for your iPad

I found a great article over on Mother Nature Network.  The article is called “Five green apps for you iPad” by John Platt.  The five apps that he lists are: Audubon’s Mobile Guides iGrowthIt Netflix EcoDice Green Planet 4 Kids … Continue reading

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The Creation / Evolution Debate – 11 Essential Books

As Christ-following outdoorsmen, nature lovers, fathers, mothers, and teachers, we’re subject to supply reasons for what we believe.  When it comes to the creation versus evolution debate, I’m not sure most Christians feel equipped to tackle the hard questions or … Continue reading

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The Art of Manliness

Time to man up.  I’m pleased to share a website for men, and it’s quickly becoming a favorite.  The Art of Manliness attempts to preserve skills many of us—as men—may be forgetting.  Recently, I listened to a podcast featuring the … Continue reading

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