Spending time outdoors is a good habit, and for those who enjoy hunting, fishing, camping, and other such outdoor activities, it’s a way a life. Christian men who enjoy the outdoors may have a distinctly unique perspective on life and it makes sense for their devotionals to reflect that view.
Along with devotions written especially for single hunters, fishermen, campers, hikers, bikers, and more, there are also devotions for fathers who enjoy the outdoors to share with their children and show them God through nature and outdoor activities.
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Devotions For Outdoor Adventures: Devotional Thoughts From And For Backpackers, Climbers, Canoeists And Other Outdoor Enthusiasts
For Any Outdoorsman
A month of outdoor spiritual lessons that show the wonder of God’s creation and how they relate to His qualities fill this book by Chuck McAlister.
Douglas Gilmer, also known as the Backcountry Chaplain, write these 15 devotions that are geared to outdoor living. Also included are discussions for Bible study, a Bible verse list, and hymns to enjoy around the campfire.
Set in the Black Hills, Pastor Joshua Jones tells stories from his experience and offers Biblical applications and truths that relate. Time outdoors does not mean one cannot spend time with God, and this book supports a healthy relationship with God while enjoying the great outdoors.
A deer-hunting pastor wrote these devotions for fellow hunters to learn more about God with a focus on Christ throughout the November hunting season. Of course, it can be used anytime.
God is still God in the valley or on the mountain and everywhere between. These reminders of God’s voice will encourage hunters to seek God wherever they are.
Bird hunters wrote these devotions and they are meant for bird hunters to use. The 25 devotions in this book have whimsical titles but contain spiritual truths.
These devotional thoughts were written by and are intended for outdoor enthusiasts such as backpackers, hikers, and climbers, canoeists, spelunkers, and more.
Written by an avid sportsman and full of creativity and inspiration, these devotions are a perfect choice for people who love the outdoors.
31 days of spiritual truths were written by a bowhunter who loves God. He shows how archery and faith are compatible and offers analogies to help better understand God and faith.
God expects everything His people do to be done for God’s glory. This applies to outdoor activities, including motorcycle riding. The author has hundreds of thousands of miles of riding under his belt, and he uses his experiences to illustrate spiritual truths.
Written by an outdoorsman who has experienced a variety of wild country encounters, this book contains devotions that use the beauty of nature and surprises of wildlife to draw readers closer to God.
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Devotions by Steve Chapman include a story, a verse from the Bible, a prayer, and an application to aid outdoorsmen in their walk with God.
The beach is a place where one can feel closer to God than many other options. The waves, the light, the sand, and the general atmosphere are conducive to a pure form of worship. These devotions are specially geared to use at the beach.
This devotional contains 90 devotions for hunters and fishermen to enjoy and connect to God in a way that will resonate with their experiences.
An excellent companion to the author’s “A Look at Life from a Deer Stand” book, this devotional applies Biblical wisdom with humor and adventure while looking at the character of God.
Hall-of-Famers in the Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame, the Lindners have spent a lot of time on the water. They reflect on the things they have learned and offer insights to readers from their lives learning from God.
This devotional by Bear Grylls, bestselling author and noted outdoorsman, shares lessons he learned throughout his own experiences in faith and survival.
Whether you prefer a yacht or a canoe, a sailboat or a kayak, spending time on the lake or river can be a supremely relaxing pastime. There were many boaters in the Bible, as well, and the lessons in this book apply uniquely to the Christian boater.
This book contains nine months’ worth of daily devotions written especially for hikers. While it can be used anywhere, it is meant to be used while on the trail for an extended period, such as when hiking the Appalachian Trail or a similar long-distance path.
Hunting can be exhilarating, boring, joyful, or depressing – but in any hunting situation, the opportunity exists to enjoy the joy of the presence of God. This book chronicles some hunting adventures that display wisdom, humor, or both in a way that shares with readers the insights of God’s truth.
Golf is a sport that can allow a lot of thinking time, and this devotional offers some spiritual food for thought for duffers of all ages who want to keep their thoughts on God.
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Half indoor and half outdoor activities make these 24 devotionals engaging and fun for the whole family. Based on 1 Corinthians 13, this book leads families through a study of love.
Geared toward families with kids from ages 7 to 15, these creative devotions will help dads to keep their kids excited about learning God’s character and worshipping Him.
Most dads want to have family devotions but hate seeing their children bored or uninterested. This book puts the interest and engagement back into family devotions and get kids to enjoy learning more about God.
Get the kids fully engaged in family devotions with these 52 active object lessons. Use one a week for a year or one a day for nearly two months and bring the whole family closer to the Creator.