I think your site looks great. I do have a few recommendations though: what about adding an opt in box where people can request to receive a free report or some periodic news from you. This will keep people coming back to your site and keep you in their mind when they are ready to visit.
Also the title has a funny Google thing in it. Is there a way you can remove it?
It is the least expensive and most reliable of autoresponders I have found and used. Aweber is also popular but it costs a lot more and from my opinion does not offer enough extras to make it worth it.
Hello Pastor Brady, I really like your photo on the home page. It made me feel relaxed by just looking at it! Lovely.
My primary suggestion relates to your site navigation. Your primary navigation buttons are too far "below the fold". I would suggest you reposition them closer to the top of the page so a site visitor won't have to scroll down so far to get to the information.
I hate to critique too much, but there were a few things I noticed:
-The main picture is a bit overwhelming. You might wanna try shrinking it just a bit -I also agree that the navigation bar is too low. -The small scrollable box that says "sportsman'sresource.com" looks a bit strange. I would suggest taking it out of that scrollable box.
Your graphic is way too big. Make it smaller, perhaps a banner type pic and bring your content up above the fold. You only have a few seconds to capture the attention of your visitors - they should not have to figure out that they need to scroll down to get info. They might think they landed on a photo sharing website.
Bullet point your content or put pix w/ hyperlinks to inner pages. More attractive.
Make sure your title tags include the keywords you are trying to optimize for. You want traffic from the search engines any way you can get it.
I had only two thoughts looking at your landing page (I haven't the time to dig through all the pages, sorry).
1. The buttons underneath the photo of the shop (I hope this is the actual shop) should be consistent. They are not. Whereas they are all the same size, the words within the buttons should all be Title-cased or none of them should be. (I prefer the title-case).
The font that you have chosen for the text on the front page feels "homemade". I don't know if that makes a difference, but in trying to be different, you have given an amateurish cast to the page that is unnecessary.