The Price of Adventure

by | Apr 20, 2018 | Stories & Expeditions | 4 comments

Enjoy adventure?! Be sure to count the cost, because you never know when everything might just go dead wrong….

 

Behind the Scenes Insights

  • I was well aware of the danger of a wet snowfall….if it was a snowfall in late autumn when there were still leaves on the trees. But in February? It never crossed my mind that there might be falling objects in the forest!
  • It was a miracle that the second branch didn’t do more damage than it did. The instant before it hit, my brother Jonathan had pulled the handle on the door to open it. Oddly, it was locked. If it hadn’t been locked…there’s no telling what medical emergency we would have had on our hands.
  • God may bring unexpected problems in our life for any number of reasons! Sometimes it might be to build character, sometimes to increase dependence on him, sometimes to get our attention. Whatever the case, problems are a great opportunity to get our focus back on seeing things from his perspective.
  • So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom. (Psalm 90:12)

180217-JAS-545424_Buffalo Calf Rd., West Virginia, USA_Canon EOS 5D Mark II 24 mm 1-60 sec at f - 4.0 ISO 400

4 Comments

  1. ANA

    ALABADO SEA EL SEÑOR JAMES, DIOS LOS GUARDO DE TODO MAL,. LA NIEVE PUEDE TRAER PROBLEMAS Y A VECES PUEDEN SER MUY PELIGROSOS, PERO UNA VEZ MAS VIO LA MANO TODOPODEROSA DE SU SALVADOR. SER MAS PRECAVIDOS PARA LA PROXIMA VEZ, TENER MUCHO CUIDADO. BENDICIONES.

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  2. Caitlin Compton

    What a fun video! 🙂 Plus, love the meaning you pulled out from the situation. Thanks for putting them together!

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