We very much enjoyed visiting the museum and spending a few moments with you. We were very impressed with the quality of the museum and overjoyed for our boys to be in a place that reinforced everything we have been teaching them. . . . We have stocked up on homeschool curriculum and look forward to learning more through the AiG materials. . . . [T]hank you, and we pray that God will continue to expand your ministry to the world!
—Jason & Cristy Nave Ben, Jacob, Caleb, Luke, & Nathan. I posted on my blog (CrazyNaves.blogspot.com/) about our trip to the museum if you would like to read it.
If you want to read a great summary of what you will see at the Creation Museum—read their blog posting. I have also included two photographs taken of the Nave family when they visited.
Way to Go Ashley!
We receive many emails from people complimenting the AiG staff from visitors to the Creation Museum or those who talk to our customer service reps or who meet AiG staff in one way or another. This week we received an email from a Creation Museum visitor who had interaction with a young lady who works part-time in the museum’s Dragon Hall bookstore. Ashley is homeschooled and the daughter of AiG speaker Dr. Tommy Mitchell. The visitor wrote:
My family and I recently visited the Creation Museum and were most impressed. Everything is world class, and we are proud to be charter members. Also, we met Ashley Mitchell in your bookstore and just wanted to comment on her excellent customer service skills. She went far above and beyond the call of duty in helping us, and we really appreciated her Christ-like attitude. She even convinced us to buy sour “cream and onion” crickets! She should be in sales.
Don’t Miss the Live Nativity
Don’t miss the spectacular live nativity and Christmas light display at the Creation Museum December 12–January 4. For details and times, be sure to see the calendar on the museum website.
Devotion: Take the first step
(Hosea 14:1-2, 4, 8) O Israel, return unto the Lord thy God; for thou hast fallen by thine iniquity. Take with you words, and turn to the Lord: say unto him, Take away all iniquity, and receive us graciously . . . . I will heal their backsliding, I will love them freely . . . . From me is thy fruit found.
It is a trap to think that we are not sincere enough to return to the Lord Jesus Christ. He wants us to take the first step even if we have to use a printed prayer.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,