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The Ark Encounter is estimated to reach 2 million or more people a year from around the world. And they will hear the most important message: the gospel.
As we all get older at AiG, a natural question some people have been asking me is, “Do you have a succession plan at the ministry?”
AiG continues to increase ways to reach more people, and in more countries, with the saving message of the gospel.
When you consider the 20 somethings (ages 20–29), you get a glimpse of what the “new America” will be if this culture continues on the same downward spiral.
I can’t help but get excited about powerful evangelistic outreaches like the coming Ark Encounter, but opposition to the project fires me up even more!
The life-size Noah’s Ark is going to be a spectacular sight, but one aspect of the Ark’s construction is more important than its impressive size.
The storm that continues to build in this nation is the secularists’ overall attempt to rid the culture of the reminders of the Christian heritage of the USA.
God’s Word is like a major weapon—the more that we can see people motivated to stand on God’s Word, the more the impact can resound around the world.
After years of prayer, numerous battles, and lots of hard work, we are now starting construction of the evangelistic Ark Encounter project!
A few weeks ago, we were feeling a bit like the Israelites as they were leaving Egypt. We needed the Lord to “part the Red Sea”—and miraculously, He did!
From a human perspective, we could have never imagined the level of interest the debate with Bill Nye would draw from around the world.
Ken Ham considers the heavy responsibility of representing Christianity to both the Christian and secular world who would be watching the debate with Bill Nye.
I’m more motivated than ever to be as active as we possibly can to reach people with the truth of God’s Word and the gospel.
For the entire coming year 2014, we are going to allow all kids who are 12 years old and under to come to the Creation Museum free of charge!
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