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  • Genre:RELIGION
  • SubGenre:Devotional
  • Language:English
  • Pages:77
  • eBook ISBN:9781617922541

A Forester's Field Guide to Devotion

by Juls R Wood

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Overview
A delightful 31-day Christian devotional guide for the nature lover in all of us. Drawing on twenty-five years experience in forestry, Christian camping and youth ministry, the author utilizes nature analogies and personal stories to reveal and apply scriptural insights.
Description
A delightful 31-day Christian devotional guide for the nature lover in all of us. Drawing on twenty-five years experience in forestry, Christian camping and youth ministry, the author utilizes nature analogies and personal stories to reveal and apply scriptural insights. The thirty-one chapter devotional can be used for individual reflection or group study. Appealing to all ages, the material incorporates subjects such as the gypsy moth, invasive species, why some acorns don’t sprout, and why trees change color. Along the way, the careful reader will pick up numerous tips on how to properly care for their own forestland.
About the author
Juls Wood has been a forester, youth leader and camp director for 25 years. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Forest Resource Management from West Virginia University and a Master of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Seminary. He serves on the Board of Directors of Covenant Village Camp (http://www.covenantvillagecamp.com) and owns his own consulting firm: Reynwood Forest Management., Inc. (http://www.ReynwoodForest.com). He is the author of A Home for the Winter, a tale of corporate intrigue and murder drawn from his experience as a youth leader in the Washington, D.C., area.
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