Tragedy can strike when you least expect it. If it does, what would you do? Who would you turn to? If you're anything like Daniel Strunk, the answer is simple---God.
Daniel Strunk, an avid hunter and outdoorsman, experienced a life-changing event in 2013 while bowhunting wild turkey with his dad. Both men were shot when trespassers mistakenly took aim with a 12 gauge shotgun. Daniel's father walked away; Daniel rode away in an ambulance.
Seventeen shots entered Daniel's body that day at high velocity. One in particular penetrated his skull, severed his retina and stopped just short of his brain. When a radiologist showed him the x-ray, Daniel said God stopped the bullet---and the doctor agreed. There was no other explanation for Daniel being alive.
Through it all, Daniel relied on God---walking by faith, not by sight. Although permanent physical injuries were the result of the hunt---Daniel lost sight in his left eye---a story of divine intervention and inspiration emerged as well. The result is Not X Sight, a short film about Daniel's personal journey.
Not X Sight (Not By Sight) is more than just a film, though. It's a movement dedicated to people relying on faith in the most difficult of times, overcoming impossible odds. It's a movement that asks a very important question: "Will you turn to Jesus in your Not X Sight moment?"
Watch the trailer below of Daniel's inspirational story or view the full short at notxsight.com.