A DEEPER MOTIVATION FOR SAFETY & RISK MANAGEMENT IN THE WILDERNESS

WE NEED MORE SHEPHERD-LIKE OUTDOOR LEADERS WHO AREN’T SELF-SERVING GURUS, BUT APPROACH RISK MANAGEMENT FROM A DEEPER MOTIVATION

Do we love adventure for what we get out of it, or do we love it because it bends us more toward dependency on God?

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Leading others in the wilderness with attention to risk management requires hard skills to protect your group, but even more importantly, it demands having a shepherd-like heart. I have three stories to illustrate this point: 1. A story from guiding a group of CEOs from the Young President’s Organization, 2. A story from the Prophet Jeremiah, and 3. An unforgettable moment between Jesus Christ and his Disciple Peter.

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