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October is Church Library Month, a good time to consider what’s in your library and perhaps add some AiG apologetics resources for kids, teens, and adults.
A staff member chatting about the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum received the response, “That sounds great! But what else is there to do in Kentucky?”
A news item from close to home caught my eye. What stood out in this article was that the dinosaur in question was a juvenile sauropod.
We’re preparing to welcome guests for ChristmasTime at the Ark and ChristmasTown at the Museum November 23–December 30 (closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day).
Last week we held our Answers for Pastors conference, with hundreds of pastors and their families joining us. Learn more about this year’s event.
A small wooden sign hanging in the cafeteria of a Maryland school simply reads: “Give us this day our daily bread.” Sounds rather innocent, doesn’t it?
Today is Pastor Appreciation Day in the US—the perfect day to let your pastor know that he is appreciated and loved by you and the rest of the congregation.
Despite last year’s backlash, I want to encourage believers again this year to use this day as an opportunity to share the gospel with kids and their families.
Enjoy a night at the movies, without worrying about what might appear in the film, by going to see the patriotic film Indivisible on October 26, 2018.
Earlier this year in Alaska, the Downtown Hope Center became embroiled in a religious freedom lawsuit filed by the Anchorage Equal Rights Commission.
Our theme for this spring’s Answers for Women’s conference is Sacred: Embracing God’s Design for Sexuality, taking place April 5–6, 2019, at the Ark Encounter.
We recommend a great place to start looking for family-friendly entertainment, PureFlix.com. Here are a few titles you might enjoy watching as a family.
All three of the Nobel Prize winners in chemistry were recently awarded their prize “for their work in evolutionary science.”
Recently, a group visited the Creation Museum from a church of the Deaf in Southern California. They toured the museum with a volunteer ASL interpreter.
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