Harvest Outdoor Ministries

Ladies Ministry

Available for your Ladies’ Event is Candise Farmer, sister of Jon Paul and wife of Rusty. Candise is an avid outdoorswoman, respected by many within the hunting community. She was born and raised in Paris, Tennessee, where she developed a love for the outdoors. Over the years, the hardwoods and row crop acreage of West Tennessee have provided Candise with big and small game kills. Candise has been able to accomplish some noted feats in the field of hunting. In 2004, she earned her “spot” in the National Wild Turkey Federation Records. She completed her first single-season Grand Slam (along with her dad and brother, Jon Paul) and tagged the 8th heaviest Osceola ever registered. She also received the Tennessee River Longbeards Grand Slam Award. She’s had several articles published in various respected outdoors publications, including Turkey Call, Turkey & Turkey Hunting, Women in the Outdoors, Wheelin’ Sportsmen, and The Christian Sportsman. She has instructed Tennessee Hunter Education Courses, and she has been featured in The Commercial Appeal.

Although blessed with various hunting accomplishments, Candise considers the most valuable aspect of her life her personal relationship with Jesus Christ. More precious to her than memories of longbeards taken or mounts of impressive whitetail bucks is her walk with the Creator of the universe. Drawn by God’s Holy Spirit and then gloriously saved at the age of eight, Candise began a journey with Jesus which she still cherishes some thirty years later.

For a complete bio and information about Candise’s ministry, visit www.enoughgraceministries.com.

Candise is available for various outdoor-related events. A spiritual challenge is presented with each speaking opportunity.

Book Candise today for your . . .

Ladies’ Night Out. While the men of your community/church gather for a Wild Game Supper, invite their wives to a night of fellowship.

Outdoors Expo. Enlist Candise to conduct a seminar for the novice female hunter, as well as the veteran hunters. Also, make available for men a seminar that enables them to create an interest in the outdoors for the ladies in their lives, be it daughters, moms or wives. Presentation Topics include (but not limited to): Romancing Your Wife to the Deer Stand© and What To Do If Your “Jack” is a “Jill”©.

Mother-Daughter Outdoors Event. (perhaps a dove shoot or fishing rodeo)

 

 

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