The Outdoorsmen Bible is an audiobook focusing on the ways of the outdoorsman. Listen to this book so you can make it possible to master the ways of the outdoorsman.
The outdoors is a place of many enjoyable pursuits. Some have enjoyed those pursuits more than others. Some have even mastered them and have become an outdoorsman! Have you mastered harvesting nature's bait shop? Instead of going to the outdoor shop and spend money on bait and lures, why not just catch your own for free! Listen to this book so that you may master one of the many ways of the outdoorsman!
Often rat traps are only used for removing rats from your home, but they are just so much more than a "rat" trap. They can trap small game of all kinds. Squirrels, rabbits, chipmunks, opossums, groundhogs, birds, shrews, and rats (duh!) are just some of the animals that rat traps can trap. If you are an avid trapper to a city dweller this book will teach you to trap properly with a rat trap!
Godly Outdoorsmen is a ministry that reaches out to the outdoorsman to teach him to be godly. Godly Outdoorsmen was founded by Blake Alma, the author of The Outdoorsmen Bible. Once a week, we write devotional via email, and we have put all of the devotionals from Fall of 2014 to Fall of 2015 in this book.
This is a story of how a young boy, named Thomas, who was hopeless and friendless found something that changed his life forever. Even though it is a cold and bitter world, there is one on earth who gives great hope to people. His name is Jesus Christ. Even though Thomas suffered greatly, he was happy of what Christ did for him! Thomas shall be happy forever after!
A delightful collection of classic poems that will delight young and old alike, including: "How Beauty Contrived to Get Square with the Beast" by Guy Wetmore Carryl, "How Little Red Riding Hood Contrived to Be Eaten" by Guy Wetmore Carryl, "How Rudeness and Kindness Were Justly Rewarded" by Guy Wetmore Carryl, "If No One Ever Marries Me" by Lawrence Alma TademaI’m, "Nobody, Who Are You?" by Emily Dickinson, "Lochinvar" by Sir Walter Scott, "The Akond of Swat" by Edward Lear, and more.