We traveled 477 miles to Binghamton, New York, on Thursday to speak at the Men’s Adventure. We got into a little ice in Ohio, but most of the roads were fine. This men’s ministry has been a yearly event for over 20 years. It is sponsored by Empire State Fellowship of Regular Baptist Churches. Craig Golden is the head and does a fantastic job of organizing this major event. There were 926 men and boys there.
On Friday evening, I spoke about my Alaskan adventure, where we found what appears to be unfossilized dinosaur bones. It was very well received. On Saturday, I started off the day with my “Relevance of Genesis” talk. Then I did an hour long concert. In the afternoon, we finished with “Dinosaurs—Separating Fact from Fiction.” I was happy to see the amount of books and CDs that the men bought. They were getting armed to be able to defend their faith. Five gentlemen, from ages 5 to 79, accepted Christ as their Savior on Saturday—the angels rejoiced!
On Sunday morning, I did the Sunday school hour and spoke at the morning worship for the host church, Central Baptist.